Chrome Kovac Sling Bag

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Chrome Kovac Sling Bag

Slings are gaining traction as a popular bag option for EDC, and while some may argue that they are simply bigger fanny packs, their roots are seated in the functionality and versatility of messenger bags for cyclists. Chrome Industries is a mainstay in the world of bike messenger bags, and their latest sling bag, the Kovac, presents a viable EDC option thanks to its ergonomic design, comfortable straps, and quicker access to your gear. And with tough construction, added security, and plenty of organization for your essentials, it's a solid companion for your commute and adventures around the city.

Built with 1050D nylon on the outside and measuring 5.5” x 11.5” x 4” on the inside, the Chrome Kovac Sling Bag has a 5 liter capacity which is plenty of space for your daily carry essentials. The main compartment features a 70D nylon liner, and includes mesh pockets for organization, each big enough for your phone, tools, or wallet. The front panel of the bag is made of durable tarpaulin, which protects the easy-access front pocket that's perfect for keys or gloves.

You can wear the Kovac as a cross-body sling or as a waist pack using its lightweight strap and buckle system. A padded mesh rear panel and angled straps add to the comfort when used over your shoulder as a sling. Should you use it for a bike ride or commute, the integrated U-lock holster ensures you can take along your bike security as well.

While not a full-on bike messenger-style bag, the Kovac sling gives you decent capacity with the features, accessibility and durability that made Chrome Industries a name for itself. Designed to be a bag built for the city, its simple lines and useful layout make it a good option for your daily light carry bag, or your daily commuter, on or off a bike. Check it out at the link below.

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