New Soyuz Laptop Bag from Chrome Bags

The days of the traditional mobile office are over. The Soyuz speaks to the tech athletic nomad that demands performance and functionality, period.

This medium size, dual compartment roll top backpack and laptop bag allows placement of daily essentials that can be organized in multiple weatherproof deep manifest pockets.

For convenience and protection there is a side access, integrated laptop bag pocket. The durable materials and fully waterproof seam-sealed main chamber make this a daily go-to for the commute across town and its sleek aesthetic and unique design will make a personal statement where ever you end up.

Dimensions: 14" x 21" x 6." Flat Volume: 1600 cu.

The Soyuz laptop bag is constructed with the most rugged assembly of industrial materials and hardware available:

- 1,000 denier Cordura weatherproof body laptop backpack
- A fully waterproof, RF welded, urethane rolltop backpack main chamber
- 11X15" padded laptop bag compartment w/ separated file chamber
- Industrial metal cam lock under arm compression buckles
- Weatherproof urethane coated YKK zippers

Chrome Bags Soyuz

The Soyuz laptop bag is designed with an ergonomic EVA compression molded back panel, an airmesh Strap construction, full shoulder strap accessory attachment belts, and four additional weatherproof external cargo pockets.

A fully waterproof RF welded urethane main backpack chamber means that a six pack of beer could explode in there and not dowse your laptop in the next pocket over. Combined with the weatherproof cordura outer backpack shell, your cargo is safe from rain, snow, mud, and most anything else this cruel world can sling at you.

The Soyuz is available in black and sik/red and retails for around $180

Chrome Bags are popular with cycle messengers due to their durability. The Bags are available from some dealers in Australia and can be purchased online from the USA: www.chromeindustries.com



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Christopher Jones is a recreational cyclist and runs a professional design business, Signale. As the driving force behind Bicycles.net.au he has one of each 'types' of bicycles.

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