Chrome Industries offers knife roll developed with chef Chris Cosentino

By Stephen Frothingham

PORTLAND, Ore. (BRAIN) — Chrome Industries is now offering a knife roll, developed with renowned chef Chris Cosentino, who has restaurants near Chrome’s operations in San Francisco with Cockscomb and now Portland with Jackrabbit.

“Chris worked with us to hone every detail, from pockets to pen slots, of this knife roll. Built from the same 1050d nylon and heavy duty tarpaulin as our durable messenger bags, this is a chef’s knife roll designed for the everyday hard use of work in a kitchen,” the company said.

Cosentino said, “The patch on the roll puts it best, ‘The goal is to make people comfortable, to make people familiar with the unfamiliar,’ and I’m excited to introduce my friends at Chrome to my friends in the kitchen.”

The bag, made in Chico, California, has three utility pockets, fits 11 knives up to 17-inches, has snap-closure flaps for safety, cinch-down clip straps, pen slots, a quick-access business card pocket, and an offset handle for blade/handle balance. Its dimensions are 9″ x 10″ (Rolled) / 19″ x 27.25″ (Open).

MSRP is $125.