Sandy Lisa St. Tropez Tote for iPad Air 2 or iPad Mini

Choices: Black, Blue, Pink or Silver

This quilted St. Tropez is guaranteed to be the talk of the town and is the true definition of sophistication. Innovative in design and customized to fit your iPad Air 2 or iPad Mini, you can prop your iPad in two different positions. With its signature hardware and outfitted with three credit card holders, pen/stylus holder and even includes a vanity mirror. Let's face it, who doesn't want to access a mirror for a quick touch up? Two front pockets will fit your cell phone and has room for a lip gloss or another small accessory you would like to carry around for the exquisite journey taking you from a casual day into an elegant evening.

The detachable gold chain straps are a bonus allowing you to use the St. Tropez with the chain straps or without, you decide. Did I mention there is camera accessibility as well? There is no need to remove your iPad from this beautifully designed case.

  • Measurements:
    iPad Air 2: 10"L x 8-1/4"H x 1"D, 2.25 lbs
    iPad Mini: 9-1/4"L x 6-7/8"H x 1"D, 1.85 lbs
  • Exterior: PU (poly) synthetic leather
  • Care: Clean with damp cloth
  • Country of Origin: China
  • Limited 30-day warranty (1-877-644-4695)

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