This international brand uses found and recycled materials to create art installations and accessories for urban lifestyles, which includes satchels, messenger bags and a massive selection of Haul cases. But before officially becoming Haul in 2004, it was “Urban Boomerang”, a small bag making business started by Scott Kilmartin in 1998. The one constant for Haul is that it has always been a family-run operation based in Melbourne Australia.
To say the selection of Haul iPad cases is large would be an understatement. In total, there are approximately 250 different folio case and tablet sleeve designs to choose from (Yes, you read that number correctly). Folio cases ($85 each) for the iPad2/iPad3 are made of either recycled vinyl billboards or print blanket material (a piece of rubber with a felt-coated canvas backing). The later is also the choice material for the iPad/10” tablet sleeves ($75 each). And if all that isn’t enough, the “Labourer” satchel ($155) or “Foreman” messenger bag ($180) can also hold any size tablet.
Haul products are designed for the long haul, hence the name of course. These solutions may indeed last a lifetime, but when looking to buy Haul tablet cases, it might actually take you a lifetime to browse the enormous collection. No matter which design you choose, you will have chosen wisely.