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|Chrome Barrage Cargo Backpack - 2075cu in
Chrome Bags is well known for creating messenger-style bags that can carry the kitchen sink, literally --plus a six pack for after your day's work is done, shoes, your wallet and a few random items with room to spare. And though those bags have their place, you don't always need thousands and...
|Chrome Bravo Laptop Backpack
Heading out into nasty weather with your $2000 laptop on your back can be frightening experience. Mother Nature doesn't care what you paid for your computer any more than she cares about the sandwich you have in your pack, and she's happy to destroy either one without a second thought. There are...
|Chrome Cardiel: ORP Backpack
In the event of a zombie apocalypse, grab the Chrome Cardiel: ORP Backpack, hop on your bike, and get ready to weave between cars as you hack the heads off those lame-brains. The waterproof ORP (Operation Readiness Pack) is Chrome's first foray into superlight packs, and who better to help design...
|Chrome Citadel Laptop Backpack
The Chrome Citadel Laptop Backpack carries all your essentials for a weekend-long adventure or a really big day exploring the city. Durable material, plenty of storage, and messenger-bag styling make the Citadel the versatile fortress of a pack that it is. Ergonomic shoulder straps free you from...
|Chrome Orlov Backpack
Hauling wet gear around is a waste of time if you get wet in the process. On the flip side, though, hauling dry gear in a leaky bag in the rain is just as annoying. At the same time, you don't always need to carry the kitchen sink with you. Taking all of this into account, Chrome tackled big...
|Chrome Pawn Backpack
The Chrome Ivan Messenger Bag's little brother, the Pawn, is loaded with all the same features as its older brother, but in a slightly smaller size. Like the Ivan, the Pawn's stylish retro look is actually more function than fashion, with military rucksack styling and weatherproof, expandable...