Chrome’s New Boris Bag for Urban Travel

October 29, 2010
Courtesy of Chrome Bags
Chrome, the world’s leading manufacturer of messenger bags for urban motorcyclists, introduces the latest bag to their Fall/Winter 2010 collection. The Boris adds a completely new take on current Chrome gear adding a not-yet-seen U-zip backpack and motorcyclefriendly travel functionality to their growing line.

Boris is a revolutionary style and design for Chrome, offering the perfect travel pack for long weekends. Designed with travelers in mind, Boris carries like a backpack with extra deep compartments and a U-zipper to avoid unpacking the entirety of the bag’s contents to find what you need. Plus, its compact build makes it easy to carry on your back while keeping over-shoulder visibility at a necessary high.

Boris Bag
The Boris bag has an 18-inch weatherproof tarp liner, a large full frontal U-zip and a media port for easy access. 

“We’re all really excited about this bag,” says Chrome Director of Marketing, Matt Sharkey. “It’s a totally new direction for us which is exciting, but still encompasses all of the quality and utility we stand for. Without a doubt, this bag will get you where you need to go and then some.”

Special features include: 1,050 denier Cordura shell; 18 oz. weatherproof truck tarp liner sealed with military spec. seam binding; large full-frontal U-zip opening for easy loading and unloading; light capacity outer pockets for easy access on the go; and media port for convenient entertainment. Available in: black/black, black/red, and navy/white. MSRP: $120.

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:

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