Over two decades ago was made the first Chrome bag with a Juki sewing machine, a few yards of industrial-grade nylon, military grade truck tarpaulin, and the commitment to making durable useful gear that works on and off the bike.
They didn’t have money to make a buckle that could hold the weight of a loaded messenger bag, so they salvaged seatbelt buckles out of junkyard cars. An icon was born. Their original messenger bag with its seatbelt buckle quickly became a favorite of professional messengers around the world. More importantly, their way of making things was defined. They call it Freedom through limitations.