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- If you're living the constantly-in-motion, living-out-of-a-suitcase kind of life, you're gonna love the commuter-friendly vibes and wicked good looks of the Citizen messenger from Chrome®!
- Limited edition colors of the popular Citizen messenger, SKU# 7739116.
- A carry-all messenger bag that is ideal for everyday, year-around use.
- Front organizational pockets.
- Top flap opening with dual buckle closures.
- Spacious interior holds all your daily essentials.
- Fits up to a 17 inch laptop. Does not feature an integrated laptop sleeve (padded sleeve recommended).
- EVA foam padded shoulder strap with cross-chest load stabilizing strap for enhanced rideability.
- Iconic quick-release buckle with built-in bottle opener.
- Daisy chain mounting loops for attaching a carabiner or bike lights.
- Reflective elements for increased visibility in low-lighting conditions.
· Exterior Material: Weatherproof 1,000 denier Cordura® outer shell.
· Liner: Weatherproof, independently suspended military grade 18 ounce truck tarpaulin.
· Hardware: Commercial grade five bar seatbelt webbing and nylon 69 thread.
- Volume: 26L.
· Wrap buckle to protect from water.
· Hand wash cold with soft nylon brush and mild, non-bleach detergent.
· Lay flat to dry.
· Once dry, spray lubricant inside buckle.
- Bottom Width: 15 in
- Middle Width: 20 in
- Top Width: 20 in
- Depth: 7 1⁄2 in
- Height: 13 in
- Strap Length: 42 in
- Strap Drop: 16 in
- Weight: 3 lbs 2 oz
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Before long, people were knocking on their door. Word was out that Chrome was making the best messenger bags around. What started out of necessity became a business with an ethic: build functional products that people can rely on and do it well.
Eventually they moved to San Francisco, a city with a huge urban cycling scene. The business grew. Bags were joined by clothes, gear and shoes. Their products showed up from Brooklyn to Berlin to Tokyo. For Chrome, what matters today is what mattered in the garage - building products that work, and standing behind everything they make.