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Mechanics Tool Bag with U Shaped Zipper - Red

Mechanics Tool Bag with U Shaped Zipper - Red

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Red Mechanics Tool Bag

This red tool bag is great for mechanics, military members, EMT or anyone looking for a place to store their tools, supplies and smaller sized necessities. Made of a durable 100 percent cotton canvas material, this small red EMT tool bag can easily hold your smaller tools and equipment without any worry. This military mechanics tool bag in ideal for carrying tools and supplies quickly thanks to its lightweight construction and soft yet durable handles. Only 11 inches long, 7 inches wide and 6 inches high, the small size and soft material of this tool bag makes it easy to fit into smaller storage areas and doesn't take up a lot of room. The large U-shaped top zipper allows for easy access and the front features an external snap-close compartment for frequently used items. Perfect for all kinds of equipment and supplies that need a durable yet soft and lightweight carrying case. Order this Red Tool bag to take with you whenever you need to be ready for action on the fly!

Red Military Tool Bag Features:

  • Material: Heavyweight cotton canvas
  • Closures / Fasteners: U shaped zipper and black snaps
  • Dimensions: 11 inches x 7 inches x 6 inches
  • Color: Available in red and earth brown

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