Chrome Niko Camera Bag

The guys at Chrome Bags have sent us a few emails about their new Niko Camera Bag recently. It is basically a messenger style SLR bag designed to carry your bag, lenses, tripod and other photo taking necessities. To launch this camera they announced a sweet contest where you can win of their Niko Camera Bags and a sweet Nikon D3000 SLR. Check out Chrome's site for more info.

Special Features:
• Single shoulder messenger strap with signature Chrome seatbelt buckle
release that doubles as a bottle opener
• Cross-chest load stabilizer keeps your Niko in place on and off your bike
• Top grab handle for alternate carrying mode
• Customizable main compartment holds extra film, lenses, flash and SLR camera
• Additional pockets on main zippered flap
• Side Velcro straps lock in and carry your tripod or bike pump
• YKK zippered top pocket, with elastic mesh pouch
• 1,000 denier weatherproof Cordura outer shell

1 comment

  • Nikon D3200

    Nice looking camera bag. Would the Niko be able to hold a larger lens such as a 300mm f4?

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