In today's culture of mass-production, freshness is often sacrificed for easy access and depressing ubiquity, e.g., fast food, and Janice Dickinson. At least be certain your laptop bag hasn't seen the heat lamp, with Tanner Goods
From two industrial designers, TG hand-makes-to-order (7-10 biz days) classy comp carriers from materials sourced exclusively in their native Portland -- from the metal components to full-grain hide from one of America's last luxe-quality tanneries (you can't outsource our talent for killing stuff). The bags come in the tall-but-thin "Portrait" style for smaller MacBooks, and the wider "Landscape" for 15"rs, both pimping custom nickel-plated aluminum grommets, a leather insert w/ pouches for your power adapter/mouse, and a zippered compartment for stashing sensitive documents once you're done waving them around saying "Check out how sensitive these documents are!". Functionally, the "very secure" loop-and-strap bag closure is modeled after military apps -- brawny origins that should make you "very secure" about carrying a man-satchel
For more pragmatic leathery goodness, TG also rocks wallets, key lanyards, and belts: the American-GI inspired "Scout" and the more Teutonic "Eastern Bloc", both cut to your specs -- providing fleshy freedom once your BK TenderCrisp Chicken habit ushers in a fresh Battle of the Bulge.