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Bag Roundup: Jet Roll goes Supersonic, Chrome gets BLK, & Two Wheel Gear makes it modular!

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In this roundup, we look at a gaggle of new bags for the new year. First up, Chrome Industries is going BLK with a new lineup of bags made from rip-proof sail cloth material. Next, the Jet Roll Supersonic XLR gives you Just Enough storage space for your 700x50c inner tubes and gear. Finally, Two Wheel Gear goes modular with a magical 3-in-1 bike backpack kit.

Chrome Industries BLK CHRM 22X line

BLCKCHRM 22x Bravo 3.0 ($200)

Chrome is known for a wide range of bags, and the line keeps expanding. The new BLCKCHRM 22X line uses sail cloth material to resist tearing, for a lightweight and durable package. The backpack models use their new Crossvent molded back panel to improve ventilation and minimize back sweat.

BLCKCHRM 22X Shoulder Pouch ($45)

“BLCKCHRM reflects our relentless pursuit of making the most functional, bombproof gear for living the city. Born from necessity, BLCKCHRM explores innovative materials and methods of making to define new ways to carry and move around our cities.”

BLCKCHRM 22X Yalta 3.0 ($180)

The new BLACKCHRM models are available now, with additional releases expected in Spring 2020.

Just Enough Tools Jet Roll Supersonic XLR

Just Enough Tools wants to give you the perfect minimalist carry option with just the right amount of space and utility. The new Jet Roll Supersonic XLR ($65) is intended for MTB or gravel applications, and is able to fit a spare tube for a 700x50c tire.

It has a highly reflective material for extra safety, and is available in Reflex Silver or Reflex Orange color.

Two Wheel Gear Modular Bike Backpack Kit

We’re already familiar with some of the goods from Two Wheel Gear, but they launched a Kickstarter campaign for something totally different.

Their new Modular Bike Backpack Kit is three bags in one, combining a top tube bag and seat pack with a 26 liter commuter backpack.

The backpack includes a free rain cover, while the bag itself is made of a quick-dry material. They’ve also decreased the amount of logos on all of their 2020 gear, for a more subtle look.

Three colors will be available – black, graphite, and tofino blue. Only eight days remain in the Kickstarter campaign as of this writing, but it has already met its funding goal of $11,403.

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4 years ago

I love Chrome gear. I’ve got a couple of bags (I use my messenger bag when ever I cycle to work) They just seem to work well for me. Then I got a Cobra Merino hoodie, and I wear it all the time. Usually I’m not a fan boy of any company, but at this moment in my timeline, Chrome stuff is top quality, built to last, and above all functional.

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