CHROMES YALTA & BRIGADIER EQUIP THE URBAN TRAVELER FOR THE OPEN ROAD
Newly Released Tarpaulin Haul Bags Round Out Chromes Growing Line of City- Proofed Carry-alls
San Francisco, Calif. (November 17, 2010) – Chrome, the worlds leading manufacturer of bike messenger bags and urban cycling footwear and apparel, announces their new offering of Tarpaulin haul bags. As part of their 2010 Holiday offering, the Yalta provides lightweight vagabonds with a simple carry-all rolltop pack, while the larger Brigadier serves longer expeditions, doubling as a pack or duffle.
Both are built with traditional Chrome standards of functionality, durability, and effortless style, and are unique in their tarpaulin shells – lending a strong, flexible, water-resistant outer similar to the safe-dry materials utilized by sailors and tactical military.
”This is a brand new material story from Chrome that were really excited about,” says Chrome Director of Marketing, Matt Sharkey, “Members of the extended Chrome Familia have been putting them through rigorous testing over the past three months and the feedback has been overwhelmingly positive.”
Special features include: 1,000 denier Tarpaulin shells for maximum water resistance; stainless steel hook roll closure, floating bucket liner for added wetness protection; integrated laptop sleeve (Yalta); stow-away shoulder straps for duffle-to-pack convertibility (Brigadier); and 4-point side compression for volume flexibility (Brigadier). MSRP $120-140.
For more information, check out Chromes Yalta and Brigadier online at https://www.chromebagsstore.com/bags/packs.html.
About Chrome Founded in 1995, San Francisco-based Chrome is the leading manufacturer of durable, utilitarian bags for city living from Brooklyn to Berlin to Tokyo. Made in the U.S.A and sold in over 600 retail stores worldwide, Chrome recently expanded to include footwear and apparel for men and women. For more information, please visit: www.chromesf.com.
Source: Corinne Avganim | Chrome Industries