Chrome Industries Chef’s Knife Roll

Dec 18, 2017

Category: Gear

Masters of the culinary arts know they are nothing without the tools of the trade and all are familiar with the anguish of not having easy access to their coveted gallery gadgets. Chrome Industries recognized the demand for a quality shank sheath so they paired with neighbor and famed food fabricator Chef Chris Cosentino to create their Chef’s Knife Roll.

Keeping to their roots of well contrived street gear, Chrome constructed this tote of an abrasion resistant nylon outer and a military grade tarpaulin liner, akin to their ubiquitous line of bicycle messenger bags. Eleven pockets cradle all of your favorite cutting tools and button snap closures ensure that all your sharps will be contained in any kitchen disturbance. Additional utility pockets, multiple pen slots, and an easy entry business card holder assure quick access to all of your essential trimmings. The tri-fold bag is kept closed with adjustable cinch straps and is carried by an offset handle, providing a harmonious posture by balancing the weight of knife handles to blades.

Purchase: $125

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