Review – Chrome Industries Bravo 3.0 Cycling Backpack

Chrome Industries Bravo 3.0 Urban Cycling Backpack
Chrome Industries make some of the best cycling backpacks in the world; keeping your kit safe and dry as you ride through the urban landscape day after day. The new Chrome Bravo 3.0 Urban Cycling Backpack is presented as ‘the ultimate urban rolltop’: featuring a roll-top waterproof compartment, quick-access laptop pocket and an additional cargo carrying strap system.

The Bravo 3.0 is a 35-litre backpack made from super durable 1050D water-resistant nylon, with a recycled polyester lining. Inside the main compartment there is also a removable taped-seam waterproof tote bag that provides further weather protection for the contents and a further versatile kit carrying option.

The front pocket offers an organisation area, with room for pens and small valuables, as well as a padded laptop sleeve that will accommodate up to a 15-inch laptop. On both sides of the cross-vented moulded back panel there are hidden phone/wallet pockets that allow you to stow these personal belonging safely but with easy access.

A simple removeable external cross strap system allows you to carry additional items such as a helmet or small parcel on the outside of the bag; perfect for when you end up with more than you can fit inside the bag, or for cycle commuting.

Chrome bags are made to a legendary quality level, and all have a lifetime warranty to back-up this reputation. There is no doubt that the superb build quality and design of the Bravo 3.0 backpack will mean that I am using it as my travel bag of choice for years to come.

>> Shop the Chrome Industries Bravo 3.0 Backpack at chromeindustries.com


Chrome Industries Bravo 3.0 Urban Cycling Backpack

Chrome Industries Bravo 3.0 Urban Cycling Backpack

Chrome Industries Bravo 3.0 Urban Cycling Backpack

Chrome Industries Bravo 3.0 Urban Cycling Backpack

Chrome Industries Bravo 3.0 Urban Cycling Backpack

Chrome Industries Bravo 3.0 Urban Cycling Backpack

Disclaimer: Chrome Industries supplied a Bravo 3.0 Urban Cycling Backpack for test and review 


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