- Very Helpful Organizer
I bought two of these to organize things in my Yalta pack, one black and one red. They are great, very large capacity, tight velcro closure, waterproof.....i throw everything that would go in my pockets in one (wallet, phone,keys,multitool, notebook, pen etc.) and the other for who knows? works better than those tight fitting organizer pockets on some bags.
- Beats a Ziplock bag for sure
Now I can put all my little items like band aids, cleaning pads for iPad/Sunglasses, extra pens,small cases for earbuds & sunglasses, small tools,etc...all the miscellaneous crap I used to keep in a zip lock bag into this Bomber Utility Pouch. Obvious decision & $20 is well worth it for the quality of this piece
- Perfect Pouch
This little pouch is amazing. I have two of them. One that holds all my tools and the other to hold misc. stuff. Fits perfectly in my bag.
- Is great..
I love this pouch.. It can hold a lot of stuff and can have multiple puposes
- Multi Use pouch
Great little weatherproof pouch - I've used it for a variety of purposes; stored my tools in it, put valuables in it when it was pouring rain, and even stuff like photos and passports that don't do so well when bent (it's rigid enough to hold it's shape).
- Truely of all the stars that you can offer!!
I have been using Chrome bags for about five years now, and can honestly say that it has made life a lot easier. In that time I have owned for bags. Thats not to say that I have went through them or they failed over and over again. My first two were from a friend that turned me onto them, Clark Wittington. I have now paid that debt forward by giving those away as gift, so as to, let others knom how great these bags are and that they might purchase a new one for themselves.
The third was sold to me by a friend with just two months of use out of it before he went on to other things. Then my fourth come from friends that have a bike shop called North Star Customs. I should a least say the first two were the citizen bags. The third is the Kremlin, and the fourth is the Berlin. The last two I still have.
I have been blessed to have been able to make a living delivering on my bikes with my Chrome bags, for have paid for them selves in under two weeks a piece. They are definitely a product that is a testament to itself, without the use reviews. But I guess reviews help. I am such a fan of the brand that I am now heading into the apparel aspect of the company, because if the bag can stand up to the weather and other conditions of the southeast, I am 100% certain the clothes, shoes, and accessories will be able to do the same. That is ti for right now, I will be back in a few months with another review after Chrome apparel and I put each other two the fall and winter test!!!!!
- I love this Peace of Shit
1st of all the shit is waterproof and when i got it cleaned it out and drank some gin and juice out of it.......
But now i put my tools and all other bullshit I can find for my bike.
Great job on the velcro it real strong and I know the bag look small on the a picture but it big just RIGHT
BUT all in all This product is a great buy cause there a of USE for it.
PEOPLE please drink responsibly
- Badass pouch
Fully lined like Chromes messenger bags, the velcro is great, holds a considerable amount of tools and other stuff.
Probably will buy another one for some of my camera gear, seeing as how my first one holds all my bike tools.
Good stuff boys, good stuff.
- Stupid cool pouch
I'm a fan of this pouch. just got mine in the mail a couple of days ago. fits perfectly into the side of my Metro. I'm a huge fan of matching products. So I gladly switched everything over from a craftsman tool bag into this... with room to spare in this pouch. the only problem is... now I need another one to put on the other side of my Metro. COME ON CHROME! WHY WOULD YOU PUT ME IN THIS DILEMMA!
So I wanted a tool bag to store all of my loose ends that I carry with me every day. This is amazing... I was awe struck at everything I could fit in here...
-CO2 pump with spare cartridge
-TWO 700c innertubes
-a philips and flat head
-a cresent wrench
-a pair of pliers
-metric alen wrench set
-two tire levers
-glass cleaner (my glasses get dirty so much)
-4oz ProLink lube
-4 extra AAA batteries for my lights
-First aid kit (about 2" x 3.5")
-and an extra set of brake pads
The velcro still latches fine, but it is at its limit, I could probably fit something small in there, but nothing too big.
Seriously durable and looks good sitting in my Metropolis too :)