Chrome: Custom Military Salvage Program May 25, 2012

Last year US Army Vehicle Commander Jared Morford of Watertown, South Dakota reached out to Chrome to make a Custom Salvage bag with the duffle he carried to Iraq. Chrome’s Custom Salvage Citizen was born.

In honor of Memorial Day, Chrome is launching a Custom Military Salvage Program for U.S. Military veterans & their families. If they bring in their military duffles or fatigues to one of Chrome’s four HUBs (SF, NY, CHI, or PDX), we’ll use the material to create a custom Citizen Messenger bag.

  • Ancient Arrakis Youth

    thumbs up

  • http://twitter.com/Wrcthree William Campos

    omg this is amazing!! I am a combat veteran with plenty of duffel bags and patches, I will definitely be taking part in this. Thumbs up to Chrome!!

  • http://www.facebook.com/wade.stevens Wade Stevens

    Flag Hatchet worthy!

  • Lloyd

    Hah!  Watertown was where I was “from” on my fake ID back in the day.  I didn’t even know it was a real place.

  • German Flea

    how much does it cost to get a bag made?

  • Shsusig

    My custom Burro, made out of my old duffle and desert fatigues pre-dates this by almost four years