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  • WaterField Outback Slip

While everybody is hyped about the new iPads, Google is preparing to storm the market with Nexus 9. Some casemakers have already started making accessories for the newest green-man tablet, which is due to be launched this month. WaterField have updated their popular Outback Slip tablet sleeve to fit the upcoming device. Made from rugged canvas fabric, the case provides enough protection to keep the tablet safe from everyday harm. There’s a simple leather tab closure featuring a button lock, which secures the case when not in use.

About WaterField:
WaterField Designs is a San Francisco original. We have been designing and manufacturing bags and cases in our own backyard from the start. This lets us turn prototypes to production very quickly and ensure products are made just right.


No mass production at our humble workshop. We personalize the production process, producing in small batches to deliver products you’ve ordered. This helps us reduce waste and lets us focus on delivering quality products.


We use top grade materials to create your bags and cases. We cut from sturdy ballistic nylon, durable waxed canvas, and premium full grain leather. We use the more expensive self-locking zippers that don’t break easily, strong D-rings, and oversized magnets to keep flaps in place.


We cut out the clutter with simple and focused design. We are mindful of how bags hang on your body, how cases protect your devices, and making them lightweight and easily accessible. Customers also influence what we make. Our most popular products came from customers requesting a certain feature, bag, or case.



Decently rugged tablet sleeve with a tab closure featuring a button lock, designed to fit the Google Nexus 9 – WaterField Outback Slip

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