UPDATE 2017-05-11: Thanks to the hard work of Wahaha360, a carry bag is now available through the main NCASE website Shop Gear: https://www.ncases.com/ New Forum Thread: http://tinyurl.com/yaeblgt2 UPDATE 2017-01-24: Original carry bag no longer available on Etsy. However, Bag V2 is under development. Check the end of this thread for news. Esty Listing - Basic Bag Esty Listing - Deluxe Bag Bag Specs: Features, all bags: waterproof and durable 1680 dernier coated ballistics nylon exterior 100% brushed cotton twill lining: soft, durable, and nearly static neutral 3-layer interior support for protection (all sides, bottom and top): 4mm corrugated plastic for crush resistance, 1/2" closed cell foam for impact protection, and 1/2" polyester batting for cushioning. Bottom has 2 layers of 4mm plastic sheet with baffles running in perpendicular directions. 1600-lb test strength heavy duty nylon webbing for wrap-around duffel-style handles with padded grip and velcro flap to hold them together Top closure: sturdy #5 YKK nylon coil zipper with two pulls, positioned below lip of bag to prevent zipper from hitting/scratching computer case Cord elastic with spring clasp on top of lid to hold oversized items like jackets or standard keyboard Heavy duty nylon thread and sturdy construction High quality woven label with NCASE/M1 logo with choice of label location (or no label) "Basic Bag" includes: Pockets on all four sides. Narrow-side pockets have open tops with button and elastic fastener. Front long-side pocket has a flap with button and elastic fastener. Rear long-side briefcase style pocket is slim and flat against the side of the bag. Optional: Rear long-side pocket can be replaced with straps and buckles at no charge (see Deluxe bag pictures) Optional: Flat flaps (similar to front flap) can be added to the narrow-side pockets for a small additional charge "Deluxe Bag" includes: 3 pockets: Narrow-sides feature high capacity 8-cm deep cargo pockets with flaps and buckle closures. Front long-side has a 2-cm deep pocket with flap and buckle closure. Cinch straps with buckle closures on rear long-side of bag for holding long and wide items. Shoulder Strap: 1600-lb test strength nylon webbing for shoulder strap (runs around the entire length of the bag) with shoulder grip and metal swivel clasps. Optional: Rubber feet riveted to bottom of bag to insulate from vibration and provide nonskid support (see picture). Additional pictures of final bags: Pictures of Packed Bags linked here. As you can see, the sides are designed to flex for lifting the computer. **** ORIGINAL POST **** My softshell carry bag for the NCASE M1 A handful of you have expressed interest in this carry bag, wanting to purchase the bags for your own cases. After a little research, I found a seamstress who may be willing to make the bags to our specs. Im willing to help out, represent the community, and see if I can make this happen for us, but Im still discussing the details with her and make no promises. I have some questions for you: 1) Id like to give her a better sense of numbers, so please reply if you may want to purchase a carry bag. This is not a commitment, just an estimate. 2) Do you prefer lighter-weight materials? This does not mean less protective or less durable, this literally means lighter weight. Im an ultra-light enthusiast, so I prefer and used a 3oz supplex nylon for my bag instead of a heavier ripstop nylon. Im guessing some would like heavy-weight, others light-weight. Im not sure we can please everyone, but Id like to hear your preferences. Below are some changes I would make to the design of the bag. It may be opening a can of worms to ask, but the bag is for you, so please feel free to provide your input. 1) Change the lid to a zippered style, more like this: 2) Use duffel style carry handles, so the bag would not require use of a gear grips handle and the lid would not have a hole in the middle like mine does. 3) Optional shoulderstrap? Materials such as D-rings and strap webbing would add to cost 4) 2 large cargo style pockets and 2 slim non-cargo style pockets for peripherals. (My pockets are all somewhat slim) 5) Improve padding and seam reinforcement Let me know what you think.