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Custom LeatherCraft 75-Pocket Tool Backpack

By: on December 19, 2015
$92.99
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A tool bag for your favorite tool mule. Custom LeatherCraft has overhauled this traditional backpack into the handyman's ultimate companion. The heavy-duty bag is made of ballistic poly fabric and divided into 5 zippered compartments housing a total of 75 pockets of different shapes and sizes. It is customized to hold 14-piece wrench sets, electric drills, extension cords, pliers, and screwdrivers, and most anything else you'd need to schlep along on job. Or up a ladder. A tool bag on the back means two hands free to work and climb.

The LeatherCraft backpack measures 13" x 17-1/2" x 9". In comes with a 5" multi-compartment plastic tray, but does not include any of the tools shown in the photos.

Muchas danke to Manny for the Dude Product Tip.

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