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Chrome Barrage 22L backpack

200,00 € 159,90 €

The Chrome Barrage backpack is a model iconic of the brand.

Until 2024 it was called Cargo Barrage. It was a bag you could pack vary the volume from 18 to 22 liters depending on the winding level of the roll-top.

Then arrived the Barrage Freight, the volume of which was increased to 34 L.

Now, Chrome has split the range into three bags with distinct volumes.

As per usual, the construction is impeccable and super resistant materials are used.

The big news, in addition to the new size variants, is the significant reduction in weight , of around 30% compared to its ancestor.

In this 22 liter version , you will find everything that made Barrage Cargo so successful but by being much lighter.

It's a rolltop , so you have a Roll-up closure secured with a Fastex buckle . No velcro, no zip. Of strong .

For the Barrage, Courier bag DNA obliges , the emphasis is placed on the gross carrying volume , not on the organization with possible multiple internal compartments.

For a bag more oriented towards classic type use city ​​backpack , take a look at the Well done 4.0 where the Urban Ex 2.0 20 L And 30 L.

To come back to the Barrage then, you will find just one small internal pocket which will allow you to slide a 15" laptop or something similar.

A small internal pocket accessible from the outside will allow you to store a phone, your card holder , keys, etc.

On the outside, two small pockets will allow you to slip your U or any other thing .

Now, I intentionally save the best for last.

In front, like the nose in the middle of the face, you won't be able to miss the large adjustable net .

It will allow you to take anything that won't fit inside .

However, if despite this you have need more capacity , be a pro and switch to the Barrage Pro !

  • Volume: 18 L
  • Dimensions: 26 x 44.5 x 14 cm
  • Weight: 910g

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