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Lightly used Chrome Ivan Rolltop Backpack, Black, ca. 2012.

Without inserting too much individual commentary, it is objectively fact that Chrome keeps bumping the rate of their material up. Among my coworkers in Fall 2012 had a dealer direct account that they could buy Chrome items with, and I got the pack at ≈≈ 55 % of market price. As cool as it looks and as many sacks of potatoes, 12-packs of beer, jugs of fluid, or strangely troublesome pieces of scrap material that I might hypothetically carry by means of bicycle, I might actually use the money more than I can the bag.

Cool Details.
made in USA.
water-"evidence": what this implies is that your things will not get wet in rainy weather. what this does not indicate is that it is a dry-bag for your kayaking journey.
looks awesome.
has a zippered pocket on exterior, great for laptop or documents.
excellent for taking a trip (probably vehicle journeys, maybe domestic air travels).

Potential Drawbacks.
as it is huge enough for a kid to curl up in, it is most likely cumbersome for much shorter individuals (for comparison, I am wearing it in one picture, and I am ≈≈ 5'10").
fits a lot of stuff, but in between its lack of company and its size, it can be a little a creative undertaking transporting a varied load of things (for instance: groceries or laundry: fine. groceries AND laundry? hmm.).
too big for international carry-on size.

$75 company, Cash just, get. Needs to be sold prior to August 4th.

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