Native Union Stow Sleeve for 16" MacBook Pro and 15" MacBook Pro
The Native Union Stow Sleeve is a premium solution for storing and protecting your MacBook in style. The Sleeve features a padded interior and an exterior quick-access pocket for storing accessories, while it's slim and lightweight design makes it perfect for everyday carrying.
Padded interior protects against knocks and scratches
Made with durable coated fabric and genuine leather
Quick-access pocket for storing accessories
Slim and lightweight design won’t weigh you down
What’s in the Box
Native Union Stow Sleeve for MacBook
Form Factor: Sleeve, Ultra-Thin
Material: Fabric, Leather, SoftTouch
Height: 10.8 in./27.5 cm
Width: 15.7 in./40 cm
Depth: 0.98 in./2.5 cm
Weight: 9.17 oz./260 g
Mfr. Part Number: STOW-CASE-GRY-FB-15
UPC or EAN No.: 846654027341
Note: Products sold through this website that do not bear the Apple brand name are serviced and supported exclusively by their manufacturers in accordance with terms and conditions packaged with the products. Apple’s Limited Warranty does not apply to products that are not Apple branded, even if packaged or sold with Apple products. Please contact the manufacturer directly for technical support and customer service.
Warranty: All NATIVE UNION products are covered by a one-year manufacturer's warranty from the date of purchase. Extend your warranty from 12 months to 24 months by registering your product online. Visit https://www.nativeunion.com/warranty for more details.
Answers from the community
Will a MacBook Air fit into this if it has a hardshell case around it?
- Asked by PAT K from Portland
- on Dec 24, 2019
Well, I don't own the MacBook Air but it fits my MacBook Pro 13 with space to spare. It's not a tigh Well, I don't own the MacBook Air but it fits my MacBook Pro 13 with space to spare. It's not a tight fit. I would say yes a case would be fine. On further thought, it may even give you a better fit.
- Answered by Fred F from Trenton
- on Jan 19, 2020
How much extra space is in the case when you put a MacBook Air into the case? (New 2018 Retina Display Model)
- Asked by Cory F from East Hampton
- on Jan 13, 2019