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Dok Lue Laptop Sleeve

You’ll love it because: The padded laptop sleeve will keep your laptop safe, while the intricate handwoven fabric will make a statement!

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You asked and we listened! Finally a perfect sleeve for a 13 inch laptop! Out the plain boring laptop sleeve! This one is made beautifully and works to keep your laptop safe and looking sharp. We begin with textiles woven by the Lanten, an ethnic community based in northern Laos.

We’ve adapted this textile usually used for tube skirts to create a number of contemporary designs, from this laptop sleeve to totes, pouches and toiletry kits.

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Black, Blue

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Made by Tai Lue
Tai Lue

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