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- Made in the U.S.A.
- Chrome offers shoulder strap options to accommodate both left and right handed wearers. Zappos.com carries this style in the strap design that is meant to be worn on the left shoulder, for the right handed wearer.
- Day or night, cruise your city with your gear safely tucked in this Mini-Metro messenger bag from Chrome™!
- Murdered-out black seat-belt buckle and push-plate release doubles as bottle opener.
- 2" reflective 3M® webbing across the full-length of front flap for added visibility in low-light conditions.
- Cross-chest stabilizer strap with additional reflective treatment.
- 2" 3M® reflective webbing across the full-length of the front flap provides excellent visibility on night rides.
- Iconic quick-release buckle with integrated bottle opener.
- Laptop-sleeve compatible. (sold separately)
- Daisy-chain mounting loops for attaching carabineer clips or bike lights.
- Industrial-strength hook-and-loop accessory shoulder mounting strap for added durability.
- EVA-padded shoulder strap with cross-chest load stabilizer for increased rideability.
- Weatherproof 1000D Cordura outer shell.
- Weatherproof, independently suspended military-grade 1 lb 2 oz. truck tarpaulin liner.
- Commercial-grade, five-bar seatbelt webbing and nylon 69-thread strap.
- Volume: 20.5L
- Wrap metal buckle first to protect from water.
- Handwash in cold water only with a nylon brush.
- Use mild detergent.
- Lay flat to dry.
- Do not use bleach.
- Bottom Width: 13 in
- Middle Width: 16 in
- Top Width: 18 in
- Depth: 7 in
- Height: 12 in
- Strap Length: 45 in
- Strap Drop: 22 in
- Weight: 2 lbs 1 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.