Chrome Macheto Travel Backpack Review | Big, Chunky, and Durable One Bagger Posted on August 26, 2019 backpack bagger Big chicago hotels Chrome Chunky dallas hotels Durable hotels hotels in chicago hotels in florida hotels in las vegas las vegas hotels Macheto private jet rental property review travel travel vlog vacation 13 thoughts on “Chrome Macheto Travel Backpack Review | Big, Chunky, and Durable One Bagger” Do you have any experience with Chrome Industries? Let me know how it's been!Reply which is better fritzoy by mission workshop of chrome mocheto I can decide help plsReply Will this be enough to carry a week's worth of clothing?Reply I think D stand for weight of the yarn in 9000 meters, not yards.Reply I would say the hideaway on the back is for using the straps on the front for strapping thing onto the outside of the pack, you would then tuck away those straps on the back to avoid leaving them dangling.Reply Surprised it doesnt have loadlifter straps, especially considering how far it extends off the back. Cool video!Reply I think I have the version 1 of that backpack. Because the logo is red, and the key ring is orange. I like the space, but not the shape. I ended up switching to a Tom Bihn Tri StarReply Nice review Tom. Listen, any chance of you reviewing the Nomatic Travel Bag and the Tortuga Setout as I'm deciding on the 2? In all honesty, I take you and Chase Reeves opinions on bags, as the authority on such matters and I only have half the picture from him and none on those 2 from you and they're both very relevant if you're a digital nomad. I'd like to see your take on the improvements on the Setout over its predecessors and if they've fixed the quality control. Also, the Kosan 2 bag system has to be worth a review bro.Reply Maybe it optimizes the volume of the backpack, but it's very boxy. Also, no waist straps, which means that your shoulders will hurt a lot.Reply Always look out for your vids! Could you review the new Tumi “Alpha Bravo Sheppard Deluxe” as an EDC and the Compagnon “The Backpack” as a camera bag? Keep up the great work!Reply Love the design ethos but waaaaaay too chunky 😑Reply Looks like a killer bag, reminds of an older Tumi bag I've got!Reply love their messengers but this looks sooooo clunkyReply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.