Let’s say you’re at that point in life where you have too much money. You can only experience the thrill of buying a Ferrari once. So what’s next? Parabellum, makers of hand-crafted leather products, think they can help.
When the cost of a fully-loaded iPad or Macbook Pro isn’t enough to lighten your wallet, the clear solution is to get protection from something equally endowed. Meet the Parabellum Bison and Kevlar iPad and laptop cases.
The laptop case costs $980, but that’s not a big deal, it’s designed with safety and luxury in mind. Take a peek inside this deeply textured Reservation Bison skin case with leather and Kevlar reinforcements and buffalo yourself with a vintage 1940s dead stock cashmere lining. Expect all parts to be refined, even the silky-smooth zipper and ceramic covered snap lock – clearly only the best.
The iPad case costs $600 and is skinned in the same Reservation Bison, sans fancy cashmere, but still complemented with a lambskin liner. Similar Kevlar and reinforced elastic and leather corners complete this one-of-a-kind jewel. Each are numbered for authenticity.
American free-range ranches supply the Bison and they’re tanned in small batches locally. Even the ceramic hardware is military spec. These are the ultimate in durability. The most opulent one could desire. Find them at Maxfield and Union in Los Angeles, The Webster in Miami and Colette in Paris.