Normally I’m not a big proponent of buying designer stuff to do utilitarian things. I don’t need flashlights, playing cards, and toilet paper to be adorned with designer insignia in order to feel comfortable incorporating it into my life and using it very day.

But that doesn’t mean that something isn’t utilitarian and useful just because it was made my a brand, which is exactly what the LeSportsac Big Laptop Case is. It’s functional and non-pretentious, which is exactly what we should all expect from LeSportsac.

Le Sportsac Big Laptop Case

And what ultimately persuaded me to post this laptop case here is the price – at $38, it’s less expensive than a lot of the similar cases we sold during my college tenure as a Best Buy employee.

It’s cute, it has personality, it’s reasonably priced, and it serves a purpose that many young women will find themselves in need of filling. If more high-end brands thought to make the same types of products, they might be in better financial situations right now. Buy through Luna Boston for $38.

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  • Mike

    Being a forensic accountant for a global company, I travel a lot on business. The Briggs & Riley laptop briefcases (http://www.briggs-riley.com/category/group.aspx?cat=laptop-briefs) suit my needs perfectly. I have the 17” Executive Expandable Brief. It’s well-designed to organize my files, computer and other things I need to take on business. It can even pack in a change of clothes for short business trips.

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