Haglöfs Laptop Drybags For Serious Bloggers

Haglöfs Laptop Drybags For Serious Bloggers

Haglöfs Laptop Drybags (Image courtesy Stilsucht)
By Andrew Liszewski

The biggest risk my laptop has ever faced while out blogging in the field was greasy fingerprints from a tradeshow box lunch. Thankfully it just barely survived that daunting ordeal, but I guess there are bloggers out there who take things to more extremes than I do. Why else would you need a padded, double-sealed laptop sleeve that not only protects it from bumps and scrapes, but is also waterproof? I do really like the ‘Mandarin’ orange color scheme, and the sleeve is available in 15 & 17-inch sizes, but the only time my laptop is ever in any risk of falling in the drink is when I’m standing too close to a fountain in Vegas.

[ Haglöfs Laptop Drybags ] VIA [ Stilsucht ]

10 thoughts on “Haglöfs Laptop Drybags For Serious Bloggers”

  1. This is actually a cool idea, I occasionally spend and evening in a cave with friends and knowing that my computer that I take to watch movies on is well protected on the way down there would be a good thing. Or I could just let someone else take their computer into the depths..

  2. I think you all are looking at it wrong. Think instead of the camper that can't pull themselves away from their laptop but also can't stand not spending a few nights under the sparkle of the night sky.

    Imagine being an outdoors person instead of the person in your mom's basement (if you do, I didn't mean anything bad about it, lots of my friends do as well). Hiking and blogging about what adventures you encountered. This way your protecting your laptop from the elements of the outdoors. The reason I suggest this scenario is because they look just like the waterproof bags I bought from a camping store.

  3. This is a good idea if you ever have to take your laptop anywhere that it rains. It could use a shoulder strap though. Trying to carry anything in your hands other than an umbrella when it's cold and raining is just miserable.

  4. This is a good idea if you ever have to take your laptop anywhere that it rains. It could use a shoulder strap though. Trying to carry anything in your hands other than an umbrella when it's cold and raining is just miserable.

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