Be it a 12-pack or a semester’s load of three-ring binders, Chrome’s new Fixed Free series should have no problem encompassing the load. Chrome’s two newest bags feature extra-wide mouths for easy stowage of a surprising array of…stuff.
Dubbed the Delta and the District, the two packs offer up 16 and 18 liters of space respectively, and both are expandable up to 50-percent, thanks to a nifty compression strap. The construction of both packs is based around Cordura-grade nylon featuring a special TPU coating to block out even the most nefarious of elements.
Both feature plenty of organization, with pockets for your all your digital doo-dads (each pack can accommodate up to a 15-inch Macbook Pro in its built-in laptop sleeve).
Where the packs differ is their closing apparatus, the Delta features a flap closure for quick access to whatever you’re stowing, while the roll-top District offers up a bit more security against the elements.
The bags are available now (see Chrome’s website), and fetch a retail price of $110 each.
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