<p>Spice up your commute with the Rickshaw 15” MacBook sleeve! Made with water resistant fabrics and an ultra-plush padded liner, this sleeve provides the ultimate level of protection while beautifully displaying custom artwork, designs, and text. Made from scratch in San Francisco with a focus on environmentally sustainable manufacturing, the Rickshaw 15” MacBook/MacBook Pro sleeve is the perfect way to protect your device, without a style sacrifice. </p>
Sized for MacBook/MacBook Pro 15" (Dimensions: 16"W x 11.75"H x .75").
Water resistant, extra durable.
Ultra-plush, laptop-grade padded liner.
Secure velcro flap closure.
Made with a sustainability focus in San Francisco, CA.
Designer Tip: To ensure the highest quality print, please note this product has multiple customizable design areas.
The customizable design area on the front of the laptop sleeve measures 10.2" x 15.4". For best results please add 1/3" bleed.
The customizable design area on the flap of the laptop sleeve measures 4.13" x 13.75". For best results please add 3/8" bleed.
The customizable design area on the back of the laptop sleeve measures 11.4 x 15.4". For best results please add 1/3" bleed.
Strawberry represents Perfect goodness. The romantic history of the strawberry goes back to the Greeks and Romans. The early Greeks had a taboo against eating any red foods, including wild strawberries, and this added mystery to the fruit, leading many to believe it possessed great powers.The strawberry of the Middle Ages, often portrayed in Gothic art, was the little wild, or woods, strawberry. Strawberry leaves symbolize the rank of a duke, which indicates how highly the berries were regarded. Several theories have been proposed about the origin of the name strawberry itself, but none is convincing. Some say the straw mulch often used in its cultivation inspired the name, some hold that the achenes with which the berry's surface is dotted resemble straw, others claim that the dried berries were once strung on strands of straw for decorations, while still others say that the long, strawlike runners of the mother plant (strawlike when dry) gave the fruit its name