Our medium-sized laptop messenger bag with integrated laptop sleeve, enhanced organization, and briefcase handle. The most unsuspecting laptop bag. Ever. Guaranteed for life.


The most unsuspecting laptop bag out there. The Buran combines the best aspects of our original, iconic seatbelt-buckle messenger bag with a zippered, padded laptop sleeve, enhanced organization, and a briefcase handle. It's made with the same military-grade, truck-tarpaulin liner and CORDURA® Brand fabric outer shell as our original messenger bags.


• EVA foam-padded shoulder strap with cross-chest load stabilizer for increased rideability


• Integrated padded-zippered laptop sleeve fits up to 17” Mac Book Pro
• Iconic quick-release seatbelt buckle with integrated bottle opener
• Briefcase handle and enhanced organizational pockets for work tools
• Reflective straps for night visibility
• Industrial-strength Velcro, accessory-mounting shoulder strap
• Mounting loops for attaching carabineer or bike lights


• Weatherproof, 1000-denier CORDURA® Brand outer shell
• Weatherproof, independently suspended, military-grade, 18-oz. truck-tarpaulin liner
• Nylon 69 thread and YKK zippers
• Made in China
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Customer Reviews 32 item(s)

Great School Bag
This bag is defiantly large enough to fit four or more heavy textbooks, my 13" laptop, and a large water bottle. I use this bag for carrying my college books and laptop. It fits nicely on my shoulder but does hurt my shoulder if I have a lot of weight in the bag from books. Overall this is a great bag if you have to carry a lot of things.
Review by Harry Potter / (Posted on 8/21/2014)
Love it, but not quite...
I love this bag. I wanted this bag for my husband. Has the supportive strap his back needs to carry a messenger bag. The only problem is that neither of our 17" computers fit in it. We have a new HP and an old MBP and neither fit in the laptop sleeve--and be able to zip it while still being able to zip the sleeve closed. I'm sad I have to return it. If we had smaller computers this totally would have worked! #firstworldproblems
Review by Bekki / (Posted on 12/31/2013)
This. Bag. Owns.

Hilariously, I had *just* ordered a Citizen combo pack, then 2 days later Chrome releases the Buran, which was exactly what I needed in the first place: an office-friendly version of the Citizen with an integrated laptop sleeve and a few more pockets. I needed a truly all-purpose bag I can use on long trips and, most importantly, commute in without making a clumsy compromise (the Soma was just too awkward and small for me). I'm glad I exchanged!

I work for a indie gaming company during the day, and run a humor comix mag on the side, so there tends to be all kinds of work stuff I need to port at any given time. Plus I hit the gym and run errands on the way home. (Spontaneous Trader Joe's stops!)

Black on black is perfect for me, as the more color ways something is available in, the more indecisive I get. I wear my bags hard, so black is always safe bet anyway.

If you're worried about size: it's huge, but won't engulf you. I'm 5'8" with more legs than torso, so I was worried. But it distributes the weight perfectly, no matter how much I put in it. It's just like the Citizen in terms of volume capacity. Also, it swallows my old bag without breaking a sweat! I literally toted my old messenger bag (12x15x4.5) inside the Buran on my way home from work, with room to spare. Amazing.

The laptop sleeve is huge too– it really could fit a 17" mb pro. I have a 13" mb but I haven't experienced any probs so far.

I've only used it one day, so maybe I will update after I put on more miles with it.

Review by Mander / (Posted on 4/26/2013)
this is a sweet bag
i do love this bag, had it for a few weeks now, comfortable with lots of storage.

only draw back is that my 17 inch Dell XPS laptop does not fit all the way, it sticks out about 1/2 inch and i can't zip it up.

but that aside i'm still extremely happy with this bag.
Review by Matt / (Posted on 4/26/2013)
Just what a ollege student needs
I've been looking for a good bag to carry around to class, and this is it. I got it as a gift from a relative, and it's absolutely amazing. Carries my books, laptop, and whatever else I have to haul around comfortably. Plus, I don't have to worry about soaking wet books and a ruined laptop when it rains.
Sweet product!
Review by Colin UGA / (Posted on 4/26/2013)
...what i was looking for in the first place
This bag combines all of my needs for daily use. While cycling extremely comfortable it stores all my stuff for daily use.

Great One !!
Review by Tobe / (Posted on 4/26/2013)
Plain Awesome!
This bag is.....let's see.....hhmmm PERFECT!!! it's looks quality, if feels quality, it screams quality, men this thing is comfortable LOVE IT!
Review by Jay Zilla / (Posted on 4/26/2013)
Regarding the waterproofing
I'm sure the waterproofing has been covered here before, but this just happened so I need to mention it. I got this bag on Wednesday (two days ago). I got it so I could bike to work with my work laptop, and decided to try it for the first time today.

On the way home, it poured. It was a deluge. I was soaked completely, through, everything in my wallet was wet, that's how bad it was. The entire time, I was thinking that my laptop had to be wet. I might as well have jumped into the river. Waterproof maybe, but nothing's that waterproof. (This is my first Chrome bag.) I got home, I rung out my clothes, I opened the bag, wondering how my job would punish me for ruining their laptop...

...and of course, it was bone dry. Everything in the bag, wherever it was, was completely dry. Needless to say, I was quite impressed.
Review by Pete / (Posted on 4/26/2013)
Buran rocks for IT techs
Being an IT Tech in NYC, I have to carry around tools and part in addition to the laptop. It's a big load. Just got the Buran and loaded it up and it felt like I was carrying half the weight and in the center.

Everything is topnotch. The seatbelt buckle is just great. Only thing I would like to see is more small pockets in the inside to organize Leatherman, cables, tools. The accessory bag didn't do it, but the cell phone holder definitely will take good care of my Droid X.

All in all...great for a computer tech. I don't bike for business, but I would be comfortable with this loaded up on a bike.
Review by Christopher / (Posted on 4/26/2013)
Needs More Work.........
I was psyched about picking up this version of the Buran, but two main things prompted me to return it.

Two of the pockets in the organizational section have no bottoms to them and are essentially slots for unless it was a snug and secure fit, I'm not sure what you would put in there that would stay. Funny thing is that although the folks at the store (Chicago), are really very nice, they had no idea this particular feature existed and couldn't figure out the reason for it. What was the purpose for leaving them open at the botom and what was the harm in running a line of stitches or two to close them off?

Also, the rough side of the velcro closure for the main compartment is on lid/flap of the bag. Take a close look at the front outer edge binding of the main section of the bag. It doesn't take long at all for it to become frayed from the wear. Like many of the other models, the velcro sides should switch positions to reduce this from occurring. Running a match along the binding to burn this off isn't the answer as this should not be necessary to begin with.

I do have other pieces in my collection from Chrome, a company with a reputation for innovative design and a loyal following. I'm not goin' anywhere and will hold onto my Soma, etc., but hopefully the upgrade to this bag will include a few tweaks here and there.
Review by RO / (Posted on 4/26/2013)
I love this bag!
This is my first Chrome bag, and I really love it. When I would travel I would have to carry a bag for my camera, laptop, and another small bag for other random things. But with this awesome bag, I can fit it all and still have room for items I pick up along the way! I fit my clothes for work and my bike lock during the week and it's my camera bag when I shoot in downtown Chicago. I absolutely LOVE this bag and I WILL be purchasing more Chrome bags when that time comes.
Review by Alex / (Posted on 4/26/2013)
Not bad, needs improvements. Go for a messenger bag with a laptop sleeve.
Due to the design the front two compartments wont hold much, and neither will the compartment in back of it. The back zipped compartment is also not stitched at the bottom of the bag, so this will cause the bag to wrinkle in the back. The velcro on the flap to the first two compartments will start pulling at the fabric where there is no velcro, so it will start to look frayed. The handle is also placed in the back part of the bag so depending on how much weight is in the bag, the bag wont balance correctly when using this handle. The laptop compartment could also use more padding. I would recommend purchasing the messenger bag, and a laptop sleeve over purchasing this bag. The upside is that the main compartment will hold a lot, the bag is very comfortable coming across the chest, and these bags are built to last.
Review by Travis Carroll / (Posted on 4/26/2013)
Like it...hoping to see improvements.
I had a citizen bag before and I had just bought a Dell 16XPS. So I decided to upgrade. I have not been disappointed. Also recently I have begun to travel extensively for work, I recently carried my laptop and power cord , a Nikon 3100 in a sleeve with a 18mm to 200mm lens, and a copy of Dance with Dragons, with plenty of room to spare for other mags and water bottle on a four hour flight to Mexico. I do agree that the Velcro seems to be losing strength with as much use as I put it through. Overall very comfortable, and distributes the weight very well.
Review by Cerati / (Posted on 4/26/2013)
great design, but questionable long-term durability
I have a few Chrome messenger bags and a few backpacks and have been happy with all of them. I was looking for a medium size messenger bag that had a built-in laptop sleeve and room to carry a bit extra stuff. The Buran is perfectly designed for this. It's not huge but it's big enough to carry my large laptop plus everything I need for my daily commute to the office. It can also fit even more stuff in a pinch if you have to stop at the grocery store on the way home. I've also found it to be a good DJ bag. It will hold my laptop and gear easily, and the zippered compartment is great for holding all the extra cords and an external hard drive or two. I also really like the subdued look of the Buran. It's looks very low key in office settings and out on the street one can never go wrong with all-black. So overall I really like this bag.

Ok, now my only gripe is that this this bag does not seem to be as durable as my other Chrome bags. When I bought it at the SF store in June the sales guy said that this is one of their China-made bags. I have no problem with overseas production, as long as they match the quality and durability that we've come to know in Chrome products from before. IMHO, though the design and build quality is good the materials are not quite the same as the stateside made bags. The cordura material has a stiffer feel to it and doesn't soften or wear in over time as my other Chrome bags have. The big problem I had was with the strap. The strap material wears faster and became fuzzy after only a few months of daily use. I bought this bag in April and by early August the strap was toast. It had become pilled and too thick and just wouldn't slide through the buckle easily anymore. I sent it in for warranty and they replaced it with a new bag. So I'm on Buran #2, we'll see how long it lasts. Thankfully Chrome backs up their products.
Review by ccrider / (Posted on 4/26/2013)
Unfortunately, I hate this bag
As someone who takes a busy train and walks a mile to work everyday, I went into the SF Chrome bag store thinking that I was going to be getting the best trendy commuter messenger bag out there. I expected that every day I used the bag, I would scold myself for ever having commuted to work with a backpack in the first place. Unfortunately, however, after having spent about a month with my Chrome bag, I miss my backpack terribly. Here's why:

Reasons why I can't stand this bag:
1) It requires a wide radius of movement in order to put the bag on. It's not so tough putting the bag on as it is taking it off. On a busy train that gets packed in like sardines sometimes, it makes it really difficult to take the bag on and off.
2) For someone of average strength, the bag itself is quite heavy. Combine that with a laptop, notebook, ipad, other stuff, etc., the bag takes considerable arm strength to put on, but especially take off.
3) The buckle. The buckle at first seemed like the coolest thing to me. However, upon actually seeing the buckle, it's a solid heavy piece of metal. If you're packin' this bag, fully stocked and you hit that buckle button, the straps come flying off. I can't use the buckle on the train as I would surely clobber someone right in the head and probably get sued. If I'm walking up to my car and decide to be lazy and hit that buckle button, I then have two long hanging straps with heavy pieces of metal at each end. It makes it difficult to put away without fear of the metal swinging and hitting things.
4) When you actually have stuff in this bag, it's actually pretty difficult to pull to the front of you if you want to get something out. You have to really pull and lift in order to get it to move. Then, once you have it in front of you, the front flap is huge and it's somewhat difficult to get stuff out.
5) Though the shoulder padding is nice, it's not very useful in providing comfort. All of the weight of the bag seems to center in at the buckle. If you've got a zipper or flap of jacket under the buckle, it can be uncomfortable.
6) Since using the buckle to take off the bag is not an option for me, it's hard to navigate earphones/buds with this bag, as you'll have to take those off first before lifting the bag clear over your head.

The good about this bag:
1) It looks cool.
2) It's waterproof.

To summarize, honestly, the only thing good about this bag is that it looks cool. This bag seems like it was marketed and built with the urban commuter in mind, however it defies the very meaning of the word functionality. It has made commuting a much larger pain than need be. I'm sorry to say this, but this bag has caused me to return to my backpack. I would return it, but Chrome's return policy is stated as follows "...return the unused item in its original condition." Since I've technically used this bag (how else was I supposed to determine if I like it or not?) it seems that I won't be able to.
Review by Matt in SF / (Posted on 4/26/2013)
Do a few things, do them poorly
The other reviews seem fairly accurate. I got this bag for half off, not sure I'd pay that much for it again. On the plus side, the all black version looks great without all of the shiny chrome and red accents. The construction of the bag feels sturdy overall. Now on to the rest...

As people have stated, the strap is uncomfortable and cumbersome. It is rather difficult to get on while buckled, even more difficult to get on when unbuckled. Same is true for removing the bag. You need to be extremely flexible (contortionist would help) to remove the bag with the strap buckled. If you unbuckle it, prepare for the bag (and your laptop) to drop like a box of rocks. The main strap would be fantastic if the thick padded part actually rested on your shoulder. However, the bag always wants to sit with the uncomfortable buckle resting on the pressure point (your shoulder). This can be mitigated by tightening the strap all the way. That transfers your uncomfort from your shoulder to your back. The angle that the strap is sewn to the bag is totally wrong on the other side also. there is no way to adjust it to get the flap of cloth "properly" oriented. It will always be folded, floppy, or just plain "off." This same behavior is also present on the padded side, which may contribute to the overall uncomfort of the strap. The grab handle is situated on the BACK of the main flap, not the top (pick up the bag and you'll see what I mean. The strap would need to be moved about 2" forward to be on the top of the bag when you are picking up by that handle.

Moving away from the strap and to the bag itself. I see a lot of features that I'd love to see in my Soyuz backpack. However, many of these features were not thought out at all. The velcro portion under the main flap is great. Two nice long strips on the bag side. Unfortunately, Chrome forgot to put velcro on the flap side and opted for buckles instead. The velcro is used to hold the smaller front pocket's lid closed. However, there is no way to get the lid to close to the bottom of the velcro. It seems as though they decided to take two of the ideas people had complained about in the Soyuz and then combined half of each idea into one crappy result. Soyuz: Needs longer velcro strips all around OR straps with buckles. The Buran has both of these features, just implemented very poorly.

The second interior pocket section has organization and a large zip pouch on the rear side. It seems Not much else I can say about this part of the bag, it should function.

Moving to the main compartment, It's a main compartment, just a simple medium large compartment with the laptop sleeve covering the back. This compartment gets filled up a lot faster than you'd think. Because it is a big open compartment, you'll want to try to organize your contents carefully when loading. The laptop sleeve does technically fit the 17" macbook pro, however, the corners are very tight. The YKK zipper pulls are metal. This is a recipe for scratching the hell out of the corners of your macbook pro. If you have a smaller laptop, it should be less of a problem. The padding barely seems adequate for both the front and back sides of the sleeve. When the 17" macbook pro is inserted into the bag, it essentially becomes a 1" thick aluminum back board to the bag. See above about uncomfort and lack of padding for the laptop.

As with other Chrome bags I've used, they seem to be rather overbuilt on the outside and deceptively small on the inside. Combine this with the openings for all pockets and compartments feeling smaller than they should be (more difficult to load)

I'll give the bag a day or two of use before trying to offload it on a coworker. If you are looking for a good, useful and not uncomfortable messenger bag to carry a laptop around in, keep looking. As someone else mentioned, you're better off looking at one of Chrome's other bags and then adding a laptop sleeve.

There is a LOT of room for improvement in this bag. Chrome seems to be decent at updating bags, I hope they can figure out how make this half assed bag better. If you are dead set on this bag, I'd have to recommend waiting for another updated version.
Review by ascii / (Posted on 4/26/2013)
I like this bag - works fine
First, I believe that most of the poor reviews come from people who don't know how chrome bags work. I mean, obviously, if you have the bag packed with heavy cargo, the straps will fly open quickly when the buckle is released - same as with any other bag.

I own several different models of Chromes - and use them appropriately. I pack my Buran with a 17" Macbook Pro, Galaxy tablet, Zoom camcorder, all power cords, and thick spiral binder just fine. I work PR for large-scale events like SXSW, NAMM show, and CES, and this bag does the job.

I would like to see a divider pocket in main compartment, but that's not a big deal.
Review by Ken / (Posted on 4/26/2013)
I've been using this bag daily for over a year and it has held up and still looks brand new.

It works perfect when I either catch the train or ride my scooter. The nice thing is that the buckle system allows me to take in on or off when I have my helmet on. My previous bag's strap was fixed and I would always forget to put my bag on before my helmet. The metal buckle does add a little weight, but it gives me a weighted secure feeling. The reflective material on the straps are a nice touch and it's really lights up at night.

My Macbook fits nicely into the sleeve, and the bag is totally waterproof. I routinely wear it in the rain, even in heavy down-pours and my laptop stays completely dry. The best thing is not having to worry about your stuff getting wet! That feeling is priceless!

I really love this bag and can't say anything bad about it. I routinely get compliments about how cool the bag looks, and I would definitely buy another one!

It's also great to know that Chrome stands behind their bags and it has a lifetime warranty! How awesome is that!

Review by Sam B. / (Posted on 4/26/2013)
I LOVE this bag!!!!
I have several Chrome bags including messenger and back pack styles, but the Buran has been the perfect multimedia bag for my laptop, camera, extra lense, flash, ipad, and the rest of my gear (power cords, batteries, memory cards, etc.). It has more compartments than my other bags that allows neat organization of everthing.

The bag's material feels a little stiffer and sturdier than others and feels solid and I'm sure it will last along time. I like that it has less flex when all of my expensive gear is in it.

I also really like that it has a handle on it, making it very easy to carry the bag like a regular briefcase. The other messenger bags don't have this handle and it's a little bit of a pain to carry around when it's not on your back. I used to throw around my bag filled with expensive gear, and now the handle allows me to be more careful and place it gently it on tables or chairs

Some of the other reviews unfairly bash this Buran bag in particular, because of the iconic seat belt buckle system, used by Chrome in most of their bags. I think it comes down to extra weight vs. the coolness factor. If you don't want extra weight, don't get any of the Chrome messenger bags, but if you want a cool bag that's highly functional with style that provokes a certain cool image this bag may be for you.
Review by Randy / (Posted on 4/26/2013)
Fits my 17 MacBook Pro like a champ, lots of room for everything else, One question Should I have Velcro on the bottom of the Flap like normal Messenger bags? I noticed there is the fuzzy one on the face of the bag but the flap doesn't have the sticky Piece found on normal messenger bags? Kinda miss it, loved not having to use the clip on ones.

Lemme Know! Peace!!
Review by danbyars / (Posted on 4/26/2013)
Best bag ever!
Picked it up on my last trip to the US - just the perfect bag for international business travel - heaps of room, lots of storage pockets and it looks cool!
Review by Greg Cross / (Posted on 4/26/2013)
Great travel bag, could benefit from US-construction
After shopping around for laptop bags for work, this was the closet to a Chrome Messenger bag fit I was going to get. I have heard the non-US bags are constructed with different materials, but this bag still seems to hold up for the most part after a bunch of traveling - it even has doubled as a laptop/carry on travel bag!

I'll be monitoring how the bag holds up, but there's always the lifetime warranty should anything go wrong. Would love to see this one made in US since it's similar construction to US-made messengers.
Review by Chad / (Posted on 4/26/2013)
Great Bag
I recently acquired the Buran laptop messenger bag and have not been disappointed, It's a great bag and ticks all the boxes for me.

I really wanted to get the citizen messenger bag, however, for my needs which is commuting to a corporate environment and allot of air travel carrying sensitive gear you need a bag that looks good and is functional and the citizen looks but no carry handle? why??

The Buran offers a laptop compartment, carry handle, waterproof, large capacity, durability and style. I like the fact it has quite a big capacity without looking huge, its important for international travel carry on to have a large capacity to carry items, once you have a laptop, SLR, documents, book, change of clothes you are getting pretty full. Also waterproofness is a huge plus, standing in the rain at an Indonesian airport with my laptop and SLR in the bag not having to worry - priceless!!

I have 7 bags of the same size which include Timbuk2 x 2 (commute 2.0), Briggs and Riley, Tumi, Maxpedition, Eddie Bauer and I feel that this is the first bag I reach for when need to go on assignment or go somewhere quickly for many reasons.

I strongly urge Chrome too keep up the good work for professionals who want a messenger laptop carry. Keep the messenger look like the Citizen, just keep pimping out the bag and refining. i.e. a pocket you can access without opening the the bag.

If you are a professional and commute to the office and need a bag that is multifunctional and in doubt about which bag to get from Chrome get this one.
Review by Daniel / (Posted on 4/26/2013)
no no later
Review by olater / (Posted on 4/26/2013)
Not happy about change of design of flap
I purchased the Buran bag after realizing the Metropolis was too large for me. My friend has a Buran and loves it, so I got it this week and realized that the design was changed to remove the velcro fastening on the front flap. Had I know this had been changed I wouldn't have purchased it. It's really inconvenient and feels insecure to not have the flap stuck completely down like the Metropolis and the former design of the Buran. Chrome doesn't offer the ability to have the velcro added on as they do for ALL their other bags. Frustrated.

Otherwise it's a great bag, I like all of the other features a lot and it fits and is really comfortable. Any suggestions where in SF I can get this velcro added on? I am not going to buy a 3rd bag!!
Review by Heather Hal / (Posted on 4/26/2013)
I've had this bag for over two years now, and travel all over the world with it. There has never been a time where I wasn't happy with this bag... Chrome, you have a customer for life!
Review by Beej / (Posted on 4/26/2013)
Great carry-on bag
Ive been using this bag to keep my valuables that I need to keep on me in the bag while I've been on tour. It's a great carry-on size, and fits what I need it to, but not much more.

I have stuffed in it:
17" Laptop with a Tablet, DSLR with two lenses, 3 small sketchbooks and pens, and a change of clothes.

It's box shaped bottom lets everything sit flat unlike my other messengers which all roll to the bottom, but the corner may poke you while you're walking. Riding with it is great, and it stays even on my back.

I think I've been spoiled by owning their Warsaw backpack (the giant one), because this just doesn't feel as sturdy, and the liner isn't used throughout the bag like my other. This probably saves a considerable amount of weight, but I have suspicions about it in the rain/weather. I've yet to have used it in the rain. It is nice to have a smaller and lighter bag than the Warsaw for occasions that I don't need to transport my living room.

Overall I'm very pleased with my purchase, but it's a bit concerning that I could have spent 5 more dollars and gotten a metropolis. Oh well, we'll see how it holds up to my abuse, my other bags sure have taken a beating and are holding up beautifully, keep up the good work, Chrome.
Review by Thomas / (Posted on 4/26/2013)
Mostly good
This bag is pretty good, but the functionality was dramatically reduced for people who use these as a bike messenger bag. They took the velcro off the main flap! Hosers! While this is probably great for those who simply want a cool bag to tote around, it's not too great of a bag to carry my computer and other stuff while riding a bike.
Now I have to go to an upholsterer and have velcro sewed on the flap to make it functional and work as a bike bag. I feel deceived. This info should be on the bag description page.
Review by Mar_T / (Posted on 4/26/2013)
This thing can handle it all! During the week it keeps my laptop, textbooks, and notes dry and safe. On the weekend it can handle a case of LoneStars for tailgating. I also carry a flat kit, U-Lock, and lights all the time. It's super comfortable and I've received nothing but compliments on it.

I would go with the silver buckle though. I got the black buckel and it scratches too easily.
Review by VictorEli / (Posted on 4/26/2013)
Laptop sleeve NOT waterproof!!!
Just in case you think otherwise, be warned, the internal laptop sleeve is not waterproof! Had a spill inside the bag, and as a result, my macbook pro is dead. I can't really understand why they wouldn't make this part waterproof in itself, exactly for this reason.

Otherwise the bag is cool, but this seems like a major design flaw. Also, where's the velcro on the flap?!!!
Review by Todd / (Posted on 4/26/2013)
Awesome bag, well worth the price
Chrome bags are among the best messenger bags I have had the pleasure of owning; it is spacious, stylish, and unlike conventional back-packs where all the weight pulls you back, the Chrome bag seems to shift the weight to your center making heavy loads feel less burdensome. With rainproof coating and some mild reflector strips this is a bag which will protect your interior gear. Coming with a lifetime guarantee you cannot find something better. In terms of mid-range messenger bags which aren't high-class waste the choice is clear.
Review by Curtis C. / (Posted on 4/26/2013)
My favorite Bag Ever. Very Comfortable & the perfect size for MacBook Pro &/or iPad-Many differ pouches & pockets if you like to keep things organized like me. I've found that Chrome products have a certain charm and personality that grow on you & the longer I own a chrome item the more I like it. I pan on buying several more items lie the "Vega" for Summer & I may Rock the Hip Pack at some point? I also plan on buying the iPad sleeve since there is plenty of room in the laptop pocket in the Buran to wrap my iPad to keep it extra safe since I tend to put other items in the laptop pocket as well...books, Magazines,etc
Review by Benjamin Held / (Posted on 4/26/2013)

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