Chrome Chekhov Utility Bag

Chrome Chekhov Utility Bag
$110.00
Chekhov Utility Bag by Chrome
Price subject to change | SKU: CRM004V

Chrome Chekhov Utility Bag

You have to admit it, women are blessed to have the storage that purses provide them. However, it does seem a bit unfair that there's such a stigma attached to the "murse." And while you may not be carrying enough stuff to fill an Ivan roll-top, where's a guy to put his phone and keys when hot-tailing it to the midnight alleycat races' Well, in the Chrome Chekhov, of course. Don't worry Chrome's design has eliminated shame from the equation of utility. Chrome used its iconic 1000 denier cordura to fulfill an ode to the WWII utility belt. With a historical design in tow, the Chekhov is able to be worn across the body or around your waist. And in terms of storage ability, the Chekhov has been made the ideal size to hold your phone, keys, windbreaker, camera, and, dare we say it, a flask. Much like its backpacks, the Chekhov features Chrome's waterproof roll-top closure that's adjustable to accommodate a range of load sizes. In fact, it's capable of handling from two to four liters. The utility belt is lined with a welded, waterproof, and 600 denier military-grade truck tarpaulin liner. Furthering this, Chrome incorporated dual, waterproof zippered compartments to separate your wet cargo from the dry. There's even an external phone pocket and U-lock holder to allow for quick access on-the-fly. Chrome also included its trademark seat belt buckle that doubles as an integrated bottle opener. In fact, it kind of triples as a loop for a carabiner. And lastly, Chrome included additional daisy chains to provide attachment points for lights. The Chrome Chekhov is available in the color Black and in a 12x8. 5x2. 5in size. And, as with all Chrome products, it features one of the best, no-nonsense lifetime warranties in the business.

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