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Chrome Bravo and Victor

Following up last weeks drop of the Delta and District bags, Chrome has let loose the Bravo and Victor bags to round out their Summer release.

From Chrome:

 The Bravo

The Bravo is a beast and will quickly become your new favorite bag because it can do it all. You can transport a 15″ Macbook Pro, iPad, U-lock, Kryptonite cable, jacket, lights, spare tubes, wrench and much more. With all this, you can still stop off at the grocery store, let out the compression straps and expand the top so the bag doubles in size to 40L, fill it to the brim with groceries and ride home happy and comfortable because of a frame sheet in the back for added comfort when you have it filled all the way up. The compression straps work exceptionally well whether you are hauling wheels or an LP. And, you can feel confident hauling a laptop in the padded sleeve this bag has. Best-of-all, the bag looks Ninja.

The Victor
The Victor is a utility bag that holds everything you need for the everyday grind and nothing you don’t. You can take a phone, windbreaker, emergency bike tools, even a sandwich and still ride in comfort. The front reflective strap can be easily modified (removal of a stitch) to hold a U-Lock. If you don’t feeling like carrying a backpack, the Victor is the bag you’re looking for.


Click through for more product images, specs, and pricing


The Bravo Features:

  • Waterproof compact urban daypack expands to double the capacity
  • Dedicated laptop compartment to fit up to a MacBook Pro 15″ computer
  • Utility cross lashing straps to secure large haul items
  • Waterproof external zippered front compartment
  • Industrial strength Velcro accessory shoulder mounting strap
  • Reinforced back panel for added support when fully loaded


  • Ergonomic shoulder strap design with EVA foam back panel for improved fit and breathability
  • Sternum strap for load distribution
  • Industrial metal cam lock under arm compression buckles


  • Weatherproof 1000 denier Cordura outer shell
  • Waterproof 1800 denier military grade truck tarpaulin liner with bar welded seams
  • Weatherproof urethane coated YKK zippers

Dimensions: 13.75” wide, 20.25” high, 5.5” deep

Volume: 20-40 L

Cost: $160


The Victor Features:

  • Iconic quick release buckle with integrated bottle opener
  • Weatherproof main storage compartments to hold a slim jacket and wallet
  • Weatherproof accessory compartment for smartphone
  • Daisy chain mounting loops for attaching carabineer clips or bike lights
  • Reflective straps for night visibility


  • Padded cordura back panel with 5-bar webbing cross-chest strap


  • Weatherproof 1000 denier Cordura outer shell
  • Weatherproof independently suspended military grade 18 oz. truck tarpaulin liner
  • Commercial grade five bar seatbelt webbing and nylon 69 thread

Dimensions: 13” wide, 5” high, 1” deep

Volume: 3 L

Cost: $85


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Devian Gilbert
11 years ago

the looks like a good addition, following current military type bags: http://hazard4.com/products/packs/evac-slings/plan-b

11 years ago

I’m kind of disappointed they aren’t made in the US anymore.

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