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Item # CRM002N

Versatile.

Drawing praise from bike commuters looking for a robust, roomy carrying solution, the Chrome Bravo 2.0 efficiently carries your daily items, important documents, and laptop. As the second edition of this versatile pack, Chrome boosted its carrying capacity from 20 to 32-liters (1952 cubic inches), giving you cavernous storage for all your stuff.

Fully waterproof, the pack's welded-waterproof main compartment protects sensitive stuff from inclement weather and serious downpours. It's constructed with military grade materials, such as 1000D Cordura and 1800D truck-tarpaulin, to withstand serious use and abuse on your bike. Moreover, its ergonomically designed shoulder straps and EVA back panel evenly distribute heavy loads for comfortable commuting.

Inside this pack, you'll find a roomy main compartment that's great for tossing your notebooks, organizers, work documents, and other large items. The quick-access, TSA-friendly laptop compartment holds most 15-inch laptops (fits a 15-inch MacBook Pro). Another waterproof pocket graces the pack's front side, securing smaller, everyday items within easy-access. Furthermore, two stash pockets along the sides hold water bottles for hydration on-the-go.

Tech Specs

Material:
[outer shell] 1000D Cordura nylon, [bucket liner] 1800D truck tarpaulin, [zippers] urethane-coated YKK
Volume:
1952 cu in
Support/Suspension:
EVA back panel
Shoulder Straps:
ergonomic
Access:
top, side (laptop compartment)
Pockets:
welded-waterproof main compartment, 1 quick-access laptop (fits 15-inch MacBook Pro), 1 waterproof external-zip pocket, 2 side water bottle/stash
Compression:
yes, cross-compressions straps
Recommended Use:
commuting, casual
Manufacturer Warranty:
lifetime

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Unanswered Question

How is this different from the original Chrome Bravo? There seems to be inconsistent info out there re: whether it's larger or whether it just has the extra water bottle holder. Also, some reviews of the original one indicate that it's not truly waterproof (because of lack of tarpaulin liner on the sides)--was wondering if this was fixed in 2.0.

Dang Sweet.

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This is just what you want it to be. There are lots of pocket for your business cards, pens and whatever else. Also, it has a few sleeves to keep your business papers straight and crisp. It's comfortable on the bike with my giant, heavy 17 inch laptop, holds a lot of other stuff I need for commuting and has taken a beating but still looks perfect. The strap on the chest moves up and down, so you can get it to the right spot.

Also, it's waterproof. It's not for dumping in a lake, but definitely for getting through any rain storm. I use this everyday, whether I am commuting or not.

The million compliments I get on it everyday, don't hurt either. If I must be critical, it was stiff at first, but has really loosened up and is easy to use now, so not really a complaint at all.

More questions? Let me help!

Emily Jenson
Expert Gearhead
801.746.7587
ejenson@backcountry.com

Dang Sweet.

I have a big gaming laptop. Its dimensions are 16.5in x 12.5in x 1.7in and I've been unable to find a tough backpack that fits. Will my laptop fit in this bag? It's almost perfect for my needs. Thanks!

Emily,'
Would it fit a change of clothes? Let's say I'm going to the gym... I can take my gym clothes, and then fit my work clothes afterwards?

I'm considering using this bag for school, do you think it would fit a couple binders/notebooks in addition to a laptop?

Yes, to all the above questions. It has a nice bit main compartment, with the computer sleeve in the back. And my computer is old and thick, but I still have room for clothes and lots of food. Text books would fit well, also.