GuraGear launches Chobe 2.0, an everyday carry bag on Kickstarter

Gura Gear Chobe 2

GuraGear debuts Chobe 2.0 on Kickstarter, a carry bag made from premium and durable materials.

“We looked to our most devoted users for advice on how to improve this already incredibly durable and beloved product,” said Trevor Peterson, co-founder and CEO, GuraGear. “We’re excited to share this new and enhanced version which incorporates all of the great feedback. With updates to the design and increased functionality, the Chobe 2.0 is the premier bag for an increasingly mobile generation of consumers.”

Available in 13” and 16” sizes to fit current Apple laptops, Chobe 2.0 is built from a high-tech VX-21 sailcloth fabric outer shell from Dimension-Polyant (made in the USA) and features reliable, smooth pulling YKK zippers to the 20 assorted storage compartments.

Key features include:

  • Additional camera inserts available in two sizes to hold both mirrorless and DSLR kits or to organize life’s essentials.

  • Durable and weather-resistant

  • Put your bag down anywhere; with VX-42 Protection, the bottom of the bag has protection from unexpected liquid exposure.

  • Easy pull zippers; smooth pulling, durable YKK zippers.

  • Zipper expansion provides five more liters of carrying capacity.

  • Seam-sealed rain cover and removable shoulder strap included.

The Chobe 2.0 campaign will run for 30 days with several rewards packages, including options for the Et Cetera line of accessory pouches, designed to fit seamlessly into Chobe compartments, as well as GuraGear’s premium camera backpacks, Kiboko 2.0.