FREE Chrome Shoes Trade-away!

Chrome Industries, the San Fran-based manufacturer of wicked Messenger bags (which you can buy from OTR) is making shoes. In fact, they have been making shoes for a while, but wait, you didn’t know that? Well, that’s why they want to give you a pair for free. In fact, they are so confident that their shoes are the best shoes for everyday biking that they think once you try these first pair for free, you’ll love ’em forever!

Sounds…it sounds freakin’ great!

So, how do you score yourself a pair of these sweet kicks?

Here’s your mission:

You’ve got today…and more like this morning. If you can get an old pair of worn out ‘kicks’ in the mail and postmarked today then send them to this addy:
Chrome Industries
Attn: Turds for Gold/Sharkey
580 4th Street
San Francisco, CA 94107

IT MUST BE POST-MARKED MARCH 18th, or no shoes for you. So don’t send your dancing shoes and don’t send them tomorrow. Cool? So, worn out shoes, to the above address, with a return address, your size, a thank you, it doesn’t matter when it gets there, just when it goes, and you get free shoes. Booyah!

“There are a lot of great shoe brands out their but few, if any, are made to handle the harsh demands of riding in the city,” says Chrome Marketing Director, Matt Sharkey.

“Our shoes are built to hold up under the toughest conditions and are designed 100% to address the needs of the everyday city cyclist. Not only did we want to build a shoe that was durable and functional, but we also paid close attention to overall fit and timeless style.”


4 thoughts on “FREE Chrome Shoes Trade-away!

  1. I actually find Chrome’s stuff to be over branded. The style/design is usually an extension of the logo and colors. I have nothing against the company, maybe if they changed it up more I’d cringe less when I saw their bags/shoes.

    The messenger bags have been the same since 2002, at least, which makes me wonder if they are even a design company anymore, really.

    1. I’m excited to try their shoes at least. I’ll be able to do a review and see if they are built as well as they claim. If they’ve pulled it off, I’ll be happy with them, although the styling does leave a little to be desired.

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