The Blue Ridge Overland Gear Tool Bag was designed to keep tools at the ready to repair vehicles traveling off the beaten path. The U.S.-made 500D Cordura nylon bag measures 12"x12"x5.5" and features taped seams and bartacked seatbelt-webbing handles. The inside is lined with hook-and-loop material that secures six included 12"x4"x2" removable pouches used to organize wrenches, sockets, screwdrivers and more. Three rows of 1" MOLLE webbing and a 4" Velcro panel on the bag’s front pouches. The bag’s clamshell design allows it to be unzipped and spread out flat as a tray for loose tools or small parts. Price: $126. Contact: Blue Ridge Overland Gear; (866) 855-5471; blueridgeoverlandgear.com.
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