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Billykirk Laptop Flight Bag

Billykirk Laptop Flight Bag

Handmade in the U.S. by Amish leather workers, the Billykirk Laptop Flight Bag ($300) might cost as much as a cheap laptop, but it's surely more stylish. The bag is made from waxed canvas and leather, and offers padding for the laptop inside, a single interior pocket for stashing chargers, cords, and other goodies, adjustable shoulder straps, and a striking navy and black color scheme. Just don't go expecting this "flight" bag to keep you from having to pull out your laptop for airport security — we're pretty sure you could have a clear laptop inside a clear case and they'd still want a full cavity search.

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