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The quick-commute specialist.

Pretty much every time you leave the house on your bike you have to carry something. Most of the time it's something small like your phone, a light jacket, and a bagel. It's kind of silly to carry a messenger bag or backpack when all you really need is a lunchbox-size pouch. Chrome feels your pain. The Victor Bag fits the bill perfectly. This bag is much smaller and more secure than a full-sized messenger bag, but provides the same sling-style access as its larger siblings.

For the folks at Chrome, smaller doesn't mean cheaper. The Victor's super-tough 1000D Cordura construction will stand up to just about any conventional urban warfare. The commercial-grade five bar seatbelt webbing with Chrome's iconic seatbelt quick-release also comes straight from the Victor's big brother bags. Inside, an 18oz military-grade truck tarpaulin liner holds off anything Mother Nature can throw at you, so your smartphone and tuna-on-toast arrive at your destination equally crisp and fresh. If you wind up needing to carry more than the 3L Victor can handle, daisy chain mounting loops on the outside add versatile (although exposed) carrying capability. A padded back panel softens things up a bit and reflective trim elements make you more visible in evening traffic.

The Chrome Victor Bag is 13in wide, 5in high, and 1in deep. It is available in one size and comes in black.

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Perfect small bag for riding

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I have had it for a few months and I really like it. I'll use it when I am going out for and afternoon ride or whatever. It has a great little pocket for a cell phone, would fit an iPhone up to a Galaxy (fits my S3 just fine. ) The main pocket has enough room for a thin windbreaker folded or rolled and maybe a few tools and or wallet. I have not used the bottle opener, but I use it to hook my carabiner/keys on. I feel like it does loosen up a little bit after a few miles, not a big deal though. It's a more masculine option to having a hip sac or fanny pack.

I want to use this bag while riding my...

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I want to use this bag while riding my motorcycle. Two questions- is it made in the USA and is it waterproof?

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Yes It is made in the USA and it is not totally water proof. Is has a very water resistant cordura outside and a tarpaulin inside.