Since 1995, Chrome has made bags from reclaimed or salvage materials. These items carry significant meaning, but can’t be used frequently in civilian life.
Rain camo was originally used by the Warsaw Pact countries during WWII. Poland was believed to produce the first simplified “rain pattern” design, consisting of thin brown rain straits on a field grey background. This pattern later influenced other Warsaw Pact designs.
– Iconic quick-release seatbelt buckle with integrated bottle opener-Daisy-chain mounting loops for attaching carabineer or bike lights-Industrial-strength Velcro, accessory-mounting shoulder strap.
– Reflective straps for night visibility
– Internal fasteners for securing Chrome laptop and tactical sleeves (sold separately)
– Accommodates up to a 17″ laptop
See more at chromeindustries.com.
Since 1995, Chrome has made bags from reclaimed or salvage materials. These items carry…
by Tactical-Life / Jul 2, 2013