Chrome Industries always leaves me speechless with its items. No matter if it’s a messenger bag like Welterweight or a rolltop backpack like Urban Ex but this brand always hits me with its superior level of detail. Add to all this effective concepts that give a new twist to urban luggage and it’s easy to figure out why Chrome impresses me.
Mazer Vigil Pack is a solution to carry around your daily survival kit in the city, keeping everything at its place. Like I said there is an insane attention to detail in each and every aspect of this item. Starting from its zippers they are closer to a leather jacket rather than to an outdoor backpack. Check how easy is to access the top pocket.
No matter if you pedal through the city or if you take the bus: the two side pockets have extra elastic net pockets to take care of your bottle rather than your speakers.
Look how the Chrome branding stands out on the shoulder straps that can be locked on the chest with a clip and move up and down its cursors not to interfere with the jacket that you are wearing. Like this wasn’t enough its molded EVA back panel allows breathability and this is crucial when commuting takes many hours of your day.
Put your laptop or those precious notes that your friend passed you in the zippered pocket: there couldn’t be a more secure place.
It is a laptop of 26 liters of capacity but is its tombstone shape to make it easy when you need to carry around those limited edition sneakers that you just copped.
Do you need a pocket for your chargers and your mouse? No problem: a net pocket with a velcro flap will keep those objects protected. There is also another pocket just below to carry your sunglasses in case you need them.
And when you thought you have seen enough here comes another feature: reflective daisy chains attachment loops. I can tell you are speechless too just like I am.
What to do at this point? Tell your store owner to contact Double Trouble 95: the next level of commuting backpacks can’t wait any longer…
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Photos courtesy of Martina Oberti