Introducing Chrome Storm™ Outerwear
October 16, 2012
San Francisco, Calif. – (October 12, 2012) For over 17 years Chrome has been known for making bombproof and useful bags and apparel that protect you and your belongings from the elements. Chrome Storm™ Outerwear extends this tradition. It provides bike-specific functionality with market-leading breathable weatherproof performance in jackets that work on the bike, in the office and at the bar.
For Fall 2012, Chrome is proud to introduce our first-three pieces utilizing the new Chrome Storm™ technology, the Storm Cobra and Storm Field jackets for men and Storm Pasha jacket for women. All three pieces have been crafted to deliver the fit, fabrication and feel that bike messengers and commuters need. They have a classic look and feel with no heavy bulk, so you can go from the bike to the bar without having to switch out your jacket. Chrome Storm™ is urban utility in delivered.
Storm Cobra - Men’s fully-taped 100% waterproof, breathable hoodie. Based on Chrome’s proven Cobra hoodie, the Storm Cobra features Chrome Storm™ breathable waterproof technology, bike-friendly fit, pit zips, zippered back cargo pocket, two way main zipper and reflective details.
Storm Field – Men’s fully-taped 100% waterproof, breathable field jacket based on the M85 military jacket. The Storm Field features Chrome Storm™ breathable waterproof technology, bike-friendly fit, pit vents, two way main zipper, zippered back cargo pocket, synch cuffs and reflective details.
Storm Pasha – Women’s fully-taped 100% waterproof, breathable hoodie. Based on Chrome’s proven Pasha hoodie, the Storm Pasha features Chrome Storm™ breathable waterproof technology, bike-friendly fit, pit zips, zippered back cargo pocket, two way main zipper and reflective details.
Chrome Industries was established in 1995 with a Juki sewing machine, a few yards of military grade fabric and seat-belt buckles cut-out of old cars. The mission was simple; create bombproof gear that is practical and functional. Chrome's iconic messenger bag with quick release buckle was born. Over the last 17 years, Chrome continues to develop useful and durable gear for people who live and ride the city. Street-tested by professional messengers, fixed freestyle riders and urban commuters, Chrome makes bags, footwear and apparel that adapt to the changing and unpredictable nature of the city. For more information, visit: www.chromeindustries.com.
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