|Manufacturer||Fox Outdoor Products|
|Item model number||40-65 OD|
|Product Dimensions||20.32 x 20.32 x 50.8 cm; 861.83 Grams|
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Black Legion Products Jumbo Mechanic's Tool Bag with Brass Zipper, Olive Drab
- Inside dividers
- 2 snap accessory compartments
- Hard fibre bottom
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~ Inside dividers ~ 2 snap accessory compartments ~ Hard fibre bottom ~ Heavy duty, cotton web carry handles.
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Where the bag falls short is its dimensions and structure — if you're looking to use this as a tool bag, you might look elsewhere for something with more conventional dimensions and structure. It's smaller than expected, as well as long and narrow, which affects the kind/amount of tools you can place in it; my husband says he can fit, at maximum, 2 drills, a hammer, 2 bit cases, and a drill charger.
Because of the canvas-y material, it doesn't hold its shape very well, causing the walls of the bag to slump when opened or empty or to bulge when filled. This is fine so long as you aren't expecting the bag to retain its shape or stay conveniently open the whole time. The structure and dimensions of this bag also mean that, when the bag is full, the pockets on the sides of the bag are rendered pretty much unusable for anything other than very small items.
So if you're looking for a good looking, durable bag, this bag is awesome, especially for the price! However, if you're like so many of the others here looking to use this bag as a tool bag, I'd suggest you consider the size and amount of tools you use. And when estimating the proportions of the bag, err on the side of small.
Roomy, and REALLY strong. I carry 50+ plus pounds regularly in it and nothing even feels close to flimsy. The side pockets are pretty small as are the interior pockets which are just pencil pockets really, cannot even fit a large socket in them. This is more of a cram everything inside for the job bag and not a keep everything organized bag, but it gets the job done and maybe you should be looking for a welding bag or a rolling toolbox if you really want the former.
The other techs I work with have the usual Husky tool bags or the bucket bag. Which is fine, but I prefer to work in style, thank you very much. This bag fits the bill. Its heavy canvas and the handles can withstand a lot of weight. The interior has little pockets that are quite useful as well as pockets on both sides of the exterior with a button down flap. Its just a cool bag, straight up. I stenciled my name on it, military style, giving it a kind of WWII look.
Look, if you need a tool bag, why not go ahead and get a cool one. 5 stars for style points and good construction.