Sutter Sling Pouch for Nintendo Switch



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The Sutter Sling Pouch carries your Nintendo Switch with Joy-Cons attached inside the protective "Switch Taco." Additional pockets hold accessories. Remove the taco and use as a handsome, comfortable crossbody bag.

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All our products are crafted locally in our workshop by the most skilled sewing team in San Francisco.


Material:

  • 1050 Denier black ballistic nylon or brown waxed canvas
  • Full-grain leather accents

Dimensions & Weight:

  • Sutter Sling Pouch for Nintendo Switch: 10.25 x 6.25 x 2.75 inches; 12 oz.
  • Volume: 3 Liters
  • Switch Taco (optional): 10 x 6 x 1 inches; 5 oz.
  • FEATURES
    Sutter Sling Pouch:

    • Angled strap attachment creates a clean look and keeps bag flat against your back or side.
    • Quick-adjust metal cam lock tightens/loosens the strap.
    • Front, ultra-soft lined pocket, ideal for smartphones and quick-access necessities.
    • Switch Taco slides in and out of main compartment easily and leaves space for wallet, mints, glasses, etc.
    • Two interior, open-topped pockets store cords and power or other accessories.
    • Convenient key hook for easy retrieval.
    • Gold rip-stop liner lights up interior of bag.
    • Back panel padded with firm, closed-cell foam lined with moisture-wicking mesh provides extra cushioning for your back and for the Switch inside.
    • YKK water-repellent zippers throughout.
    Switch Taco:
    • Firm foam enveloped in waxed canvas or ballistic nylon shell.
    • Raised 6 mm neoprene padding protects console screen, keeps console centered, and prevents Joy-Cons from compressing.
    • Open topped pocket can hold a Waterfield 10-game card or 20-game card wallet.
    • Lined with scratch-free, padded liner.
    • Nylon 3/4-inch stretchy band holds Switch Taco closed.

    SHIPPING:
    • Domestic: Flat rate 2-day shipping. Details.
    • International: 2-3 business day delivery. Country duty/tax calculated at Checkout. Details.

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 5 reviews
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    M.T.
    Style and function

    Have been looking to get those for a while and finally did. Being satisfied with the purchase. Recommend this to anyone who travels with a Switch!

    k
    k.a.
    Hold a lot more than it looks.

    I bought the bag together with the taco insert and it hold much more than what i expected. Surprisingly, the pocket in the taco insert fits a Kobo Clara HD perfectly sideways, freeing up 1 inside slot or the front pocket and the depth is perfect too without it deforming the bag or it being taller than the taco insert.
    Materials are top notch, the leather is deliciously smooth and soft and the inner lining of the front pocket is satisfying soft.
    Overall, glad i took the plunge and bought the bag!

    E
    E.E.

    Sutter Sling Pouch for Nintendo Switch

    A
    A.I.
    Excellent multipurpose sling bag

    The bag is very well constructed. It’s just the right size to fit essential items and preventing you from stuffing it up. Here in Japan, sling bags and fanny packs are very common. I take it with me on a train when a backpack is too much. I’m able to fit a Fuji X100F without the hood. It is not big enough to fit both the Switch and the X100F, but the reality is the bag was not design for that. IMO this bag has a lot of potential to be your perfect bag for street/lomography.

    You can fit the Switch with a protective case inside the taco w/no issues. I have the Smatree Hard Protective Case and it fits just fine. Just be aware, the joysticks will move when you close the Taco if you have thumb grips. The thing I like the most is that you can remove the Swith from the bag without having to take the taco out. This is possible because the taco is longer/taller on one side and it will stay in place when you remove the Switch from the bag.

    The Bag: I was able to fit test it with two different batteries. The Anker PowerCore 20100 and PowerCore II Slim 10000 with the Taco. The 20100 was a little of a tight fit, but it was fine. The Slim II 10000 fit w/enough space to run a cable to charge the Switch while not in use. I was also able to fit a tomtoc slim hard case but if you want to use the Switch you have to take the case out of the bag. My “fit” tests were done with an IPhone X in the front pocket. Car/house keys, a wallet, lip balm, gum, and 1 oz. eye drop bottle inside the two internal pockets.

    Small camera sling bag: The bag has a lot of potential for a small point as a point and shoot camera bag. I have a wrist strap on my Fuji X100F and this bag is perfect for it. The hood does not fit when installed on the camera. I just put it right next to it and take it out when I need to. It is easy to access your camera when you need to. If you have a point and shoot camera, I will advise you to consider this bag.

    M
    M.
    Great material, poor design

    I own 3 other various bags from Gary and WaterField Bags. Love every piece. I enjoyed the leather panel and breathable mesh on the bag, but the taco barely fits in the bag with other advertised products (and you have to have the long part of the taco facing the panel as you put it in). Also problematic is the zipper which barely zips with a pokeball plus inside and headphones; it gets stuck unless you zip it slowly from a precise angle with things bulging in the pocket.

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    WaterField Sutter Sling Pouch for Nintendo Switch - Review

    It Came From A Box - February 14, 2019

    “WaterField's back with their new WaterField Sutter Sling Pouch! An Everyday Carry bag for the Nintendo Switch that's incredibly well made and a great size to take on-the-go.”


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    Waterfield Designs Nintendo Switch Sutter Sling Pouch review: Just the essentials

    iMore RecommendediMore - February 12, 2019

    “Waterfield Designs' newest bag for the Nintendo Switch is perfect for the minimalists who just need the essentials.”


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    Hands-on: WaterField Designs pre-launches Sutter Sling Pouch and Switch Taco bag accessories

    9to5Toys - February 11, 2019

    “The bag is designed to be wore in a sling-style fashion across your body which makes it easy to go around with and also gives you simple access to the internals when it comes time to game.”

    “Waterfield Designs' newest bag for the Nintendo Switch is perfect for the minimalists who just need the essentials.”


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    Accessory Review: Waterfield Design Cases for Nintendo Switch

    Nintendo Life - april 17, 2017

    “When it comes to premium cases for things, WaterField Design have got the market cornered as far as portable Nintendo consoles go.”


    SIZE GUIDE

    The Sutter Sling Pouch for Nintendo Switch is designed to carry along just the Switch essential pieces in a compact, lightweight case. The Sutter Sling Pouch will hold the following:

    Switch Gear:

    • Switch Console with attached Joy-Cons
    • 2 Straps
    • USB-C cable
    • HDMI cable
    • 5 Switch game cards or MicroSD Cards
    • Anker PowerCore+ 20100
    • Optional: 10 or 20 Game Leather Card Holder fits in the Switch Taco
    Accessories:
    • Sunglasses
    • Wallet
    • Phone
    • Keys
    • AirPods
    • And extra space for other essentials
    NOTE: We made the Sutter Sling as compact as possible for you so the CitySlicker and Pouch are a bit too big to fit.

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 5 reviews
    80%
    (4)
    0%
    (0)
    20%
    (1)
    0%
    (0)
    0%
    (0)
    M
    M.T.
    Style and function

    Have been looking to get those for a while and finally did. Being satisfied with the purchase. Recommend this to anyone who travels with a Switch!

    k
    k.a.
    Hold a lot more than it looks.

    I bought the bag together with the taco insert and it hold much more than what i expected. Surprisingly, the pocket in the taco insert fits a Kobo Clara HD perfectly sideways, freeing up 1 inside slot or the front pocket and the depth is perfect too without it deforming the bag or it being taller than the taco insert.
    Materials are top notch, the leather is deliciously smooth and soft and the inner lining of the front pocket is satisfying soft.
    Overall, glad i took the plunge and bought the bag!

    E
    E.E.

    Sutter Sling Pouch for Nintendo Switch

    A
    A.I.
    Excellent multipurpose sling bag

    The bag is very well constructed. It’s just the right size to fit essential items and preventing you from stuffing it up. Here in Japan, sling bags and fanny packs are very common. I take it with me on a train when a backpack is too much. I’m able to fit a Fuji X100F without the hood. It is not big enough to fit both the Switch and the X100F, but the reality is the bag was not design for that. IMO this bag has a lot of potential to be your perfect bag for street/lomography.

    You can fit the Switch with a protective case inside the taco w/no issues. I have the Smatree Hard Protective Case and it fits just fine. Just be aware, the joysticks will move when you close the Taco if you have thumb grips. The thing I like the most is that you can remove the Swith from the bag without having to take the taco out. This is possible because the taco is longer/taller on one side and it will stay in place when you remove the Switch from the bag.

    The Bag: I was able to fit test it with two different batteries. The Anker PowerCore 20100 and PowerCore II Slim 10000 with the Taco. The 20100 was a little of a tight fit, but it was fine. The Slim II 10000 fit w/enough space to run a cable to charge the Switch while not in use. I was also able to fit a tomtoc slim hard case but if you want to use the Switch you have to take the case out of the bag. My “fit” tests were done with an IPhone X in the front pocket. Car/house keys, a wallet, lip balm, gum, and 1 oz. eye drop bottle inside the two internal pockets.

    Small camera sling bag: The bag has a lot of potential for a small point as a point and shoot camera bag. I have a wrist strap on my Fuji X100F and this bag is perfect for it. The hood does not fit when installed on the camera. I just put it right next to it and take it out when I need to. It is easy to access your camera when you need to. If you have a point and shoot camera, I will advise you to consider this bag.

    M
    M.
    Great material, poor design

    I own 3 other various bags from Gary and WaterField Bags. Love every piece. I enjoyed the leather panel and breathable mesh on the bag, but the taco barely fits in the bag with other advertised products (and you have to have the long part of the taco facing the panel as you put it in). Also problematic is the zipper which barely zips with a pokeball plus inside and headphones; it gets stuck unless you zip it slowly from a precise angle with things bulging in the pocket.