Technical backpacks often lack street-savvy style, but designers at Chrome aim to mend that issue with the Pike Pack. This versatile daypack loads you up with features ideal for life from the commute, to the weekend adventure thanks to a large main compartment, and durability that the brand Chrome has become synonymous with. It features a large main compartment that can be accessed from the back or top, a padded laptop sleeve for keeping valuables secure, and ample organizer pockets that keep water bottles, wallets, and U-Locks safe on your ride. Ergonomic straps with yoke help distribute your load if you're going off on a longer exploration mission, and 600D polyester twill holds up to anything the ride can throw your way. The top flap of the pack can be secured in a number of ways, keeping your valuables more secure and streamlined, or easier to access when you stop into the bodega to snag some refreshments.
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