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CLC 1132 75 Pocket Heavy-Duty Tool Backpack

CLC Work Gear
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CLC 1132 75 POCKET HEAVY-DUTY TOOL BACKPACK

Our premium quality tool backpack made of Cordura fabric with 75 pockets and sleeves to hold a wide variety of tools, plus a multi-compartment plastic parts tray, has heavy-duty zippers and soft, padded shoulder straps.

Features:
  • Made of durable Cordura fabric
  • 6 zippered compartments and 75 pockets, sleeves and loops
  • Enough interior panels to hold a multitude of tools, like your:14 pc. wrench set, electric drill, drill bits, pliers, screwdrivers, testers, and much, much more
  • 7" x 5.5" multi-compartment plastic parts tray included
  • Adjustable padded shoulder straps
  • Padded handles
  • Approx. dimensions: 13"W x 17+"H x 9"D
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