While working as a San Francisco bike messenger, Rob Honeycutt couldn’t help but note how many non-messengers asked where they could get a bag like the one he carries. This inspired him build his first messenger bag, and following the first sell, his company Scumbags was born. After determining this name lacks some integrity, Rob changed it to Timbuk2 in 1990, and ever since his brand has flourished through selling Timbuk2 cases.
The company boasts an enormous collection of colorful, hip carrying solutions, including many Timbuk2 tablet cases designed for the iPad/iPad 2 and Kindles. Priced from $15-50, you can choose from a selection of tablet sleeves, shoulder bags, zippered tablet sleeves, backpacks and rough & tough tablet cases. Or, you can create your own tablet custom case with an easy to use online procedure. You get to choose case style, patterns, material, colors, etc.
Timbuk2 offers a wide-variety of superbly crafted carry solutions with cool, funky, modern and trendy designs that need to be seen because our words don’t do them enough justice. Even better, it doesn’t take a lot of bucks to buy Timbuk2 tablet cases.