Samara

The Laptop Sleeve

$80.00 USD $100.00 USD

If you've ever struggled finding a laptop sleeve that's functional AND beautiful, your search ends here! Designed specifically for MacBooks, the Vegan Leather Laptop Sleeve snugly fits laptops and features our signature uni-closure body.

Product Details
Size Guide
Shipping & Returns
  • Laptop Sleeves fits inside The Tote
  • Premium Vegan Leather 
  • Vegan Suede Interior 
  • One piece of material held together with a single brass closure
13" Sleeve: Height: 9" Width: 12.5" 
15" Sleeve: Height: 10" Width: 14" 
16" Sleeve: Height: 10.2" Width: 14.75"
 
Please note that the term 13", 15" and 16" are the diagonal length of the Laptop and Laptop Sleeves. We have provided the length, width, and depth of both Laptop Sleeve sizes above. Please ensure you measure your laptop and confirm what year your Apple laptop was produced, as Apple changes their sizing often with each model! Please email info@samarabags.com with any sizing inquiries.
U.S. Shipping Only. Delivery from 5-7 business days. Shipping is free on orders over $150. This is shipped from Samara and not from Girlboss. Returns are accepted within 14 days of receiving your order. Please contact info@samarabags.com for any returns.

Why We Love it

It’s a laptop sleeve that looks nothing like one. Sleek, chic, yet functional, it’s designed specifically for your MacBook. Made from vegan leather, it also features the brand’s signature uni-closure body. No more schlepping your computer around in canvas tote, ok?

Meet The Founder

SALIMA VISRAM

Salima Visram believes that beautiful fashion does not have to come at the cost of the environment. To that end, she created SAMARA, a line of cruelty-free bags and accessories. “The brand started out of a need for small, minimalist purses and wallets that were not overtly branded, that were eco-friendly and did not pose any harm to animals,” explains Visram.

The brand launched in 2017 in Toronto—though Visram was on an ill-timed vacation in Los Angeles at the time. “I started with the $500 I had in my bank account and our first batch of bags sold out that night. I remember not having figured out shipping or anything, and then having to spend that Christmas packing boxes and making multiple trips to USPS.”

Since that shaky—but promising—start, Visram has brought on a full, all-female team. And she gives 10% of profits to The Soular Backpack, an initiative that provides children in East Africa with a backpack equipped with a solar panel, which allows them to do their homework at night without the use of kerosene.