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Best Surface Pro X Sleeves in 2022

Surface Pro X on desk
Surface Pro X on desk (Image credit: Windows Central)

The Surface Pro X is the thinnest Pro yet from Microsoft, and its premium chassis is certainly one to behold. It's portable by nature thanks to the lightweight build and LTE connectivity, so you probably want to add some protection to keep it scratch-free or safe from drops while you're on the move. We've rounded up a bunch of the best sleeves for the Pro X right here.

If we're making some suggestions

Any of the sleeves included in the roundup above will offer on-the-go protection for your Surface Pro X. However, if you're wondering which one to ultimately go with, we recommend checking out the Waterfield Designs Dash sleeve. Each Dash is handmade specifically for the Pro X, meaning you're going to get a perfect fit that comes with a lifetime warranty.

It's available in either black ballistic nylon or a Luna textile in four other colors, including blue, green, red, and grey. You can also choose between horizontal or vertical orientation, which changes the side into which you can slip your Pro X. To keep it all contained, an elastic band slips over the opening. For your smaller accessories, including charger, there's a zippered mesh pocket on the back of the sleeve.

The Dash is relatively pricey, so if it's not quite in your budget we also recommend checking out the tomtoc 360 (opens in new tab). Many sleeves provide padding along the sides but neglect the corners where accidental drops will do the most damage. The tomtoc 360, however, offers thick protection around all corners, along with plush lining to cut down on any scratching. The main pocket is zippered, and there's a secondary zippered pocket on the outside for your smaller accessories.

Cale Hunt
Cale Hunt

Cale Hunt is a Senior Editor at Windows Central. He focuses mainly on laptop reviews, news, and accessory coverage. He's been reviewing laptops and accessories full time since 2016, with hundreds of reviews published for Windows Central. He is an avid PC gamer and multi-platform user, and spends most of his time either tinkering with or writing about tech.