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  • Water-resistant 600D polyester fabric
  • Waterproof molded base for durability
  • 3 zippered compartments, 19 internal pockets, and metal tape clip
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The Husky 16 in. Tool Backpack helps you stay organized and efficient with easy access to your tools on-the-go. Includes 3 zippered compartments, 2 external mesh pockets and 19 internal pockets for organizing your tools. The waterproof molded base provides stability to keep the bag upright for easy access and the 600D water-resistant polyester fabric will provides long-term durability.

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Tool Storage Product TypeTool BackpackTool BackpackTool BackpackTool Backpack
MaterialPolyesterPolyesterPolyesterPolyester
Tool Bag TypeTool BackpackTool BackpackTool BackpackTool Backpack
Product Width (in.)16 in14 in10 in17.5
Tool Bag GradeStandard DutyHeavy DutyStandard DutyHeavy Duty
Number of Pockets21223535
FeaturesNo Additional FeaturesNo Additional FeaturesPadded HandlePadded Handle
Holding Capacity (cu in.)1801226830001871
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Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in.)
7.00 in
Assembled Height (in.)
19.00 in
Assembled Width (in.)
16.00 in
Nominal Width
18
Product Depth (in.)
7 in
Product Height (in.)
19 in
Product Width (in.)
16 in

Details

Color Family
Red
Color/Finish
Red
Denier
600
Features
No Additional Features
Holding Capacity (cu in.)
1801
Included Accessories
Zippered Top
Material
Polyester
Number of inside pockets
19
Number of outside pockets
2
Number of Pockets
21
Pack Size
1
Product Weight (lb.)
4.5 lb
Returnable
90-Day
Tool Bag Grade
Standard Duty
Tool Bag Type
Tool Backpack
Tool Storage Product Type
Tool Backpack
Tools Product Type
Tool Storage

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  • 4.5
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  • 85%recommend this product
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do not waste your money on this
do not buy this backpack not even stand by it self is trash
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    Garbage
    I should have known better but this will be the last husky bag I purchase. I know it’s cheap but not worth it even if it were $5. It just dosnt hold its shape when you put tools inside. Also netting is failing quick. Owned less than a year and it has been a poor product since tools went in.
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      1 found this review helpful
      Versatile, can stand upright
      Perfect size and good number of pockets to hold all my frequently used tools giving me portable, quick access. The one thing I would change is making the main compartment have more small pockets on the inside front (rather than one big pocket). Backpack didn't stand upright when I got it loaded, but I reshaped the bottom plastic platform to make it stand up on its own. Use a heat gun on the bottom (inside and outside the bag) to get the plastic pliable, then hold the bag wide open (front to back) to get the bottom to make a concave shape (when looking at it from the outside), and keep it that way until it cools (I used ice packs to cool it down within 5 minutes). Once the bottom is formed correctly, the bag will be stable and stand on its own. Time will tell how durable it is, but it seems pretty solid and other reviews suggested it'll last.
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        • Recommended
        1 found this review helpful
        Superb stuff
        Very durable n good quality...highly recommend this product.
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        • Recommended
        Very well made work backpack. I am actually impressed and it has made carrying those odd and end...
        Very well made work backpack. I am actually impressed and it has made carrying those odd and ends to the jobsite a lot easier especially going up a ladder. The back pack has a lot of different storage locations from small pockets inside and out and the inside can carry some torch tanks and roofing nailers. It’s actually pretty comfortable and has some good padding on the part that goes on your back. The straps are padded and even have a front clip to secure the pack good. What I really like is it looks like it should last and seems like it can take some jobsite abuse. The bottom is like a hard rubber which also helps keep it upright. The actual material its made of is a pretty tough canvas material that won’t tear easy. I didn’t realize how handy a tool back pack was until I got it. For all the different jobs remodeling requires and all the different tools I feels that a tool back pack fits greats and should a long time.
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        • Recommended
        Great backpack. It's not as large as the Milwaukee or even Klein but so what, sometimes, a small...
        Great backpack. It's not as large as the Milwaukee or even Klein but so what, sometimes, a smaller backpack is better. Mine is used when I have to wear my electronics technician hat. First, I work in an environment with hydraulic oil all around so the protective bottom is a must. Two, I have to climb a lot of ladders going from one platform to another. Again, the chest strap is a must. I have some larger backpacks for carrying hand tools. This Husky is perfect for carrying my two iPads and specialty tools. Because the oil ruins so much equipment (even Hilti power tools), I can't afford to invest in too expensive of backpack. This Husky is a great fit literally and financially
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        • Recommended
        1 found this review helpful
        This is a really great tool backpack. It's extremely well made and very sturdy. There's a lot of ...
        This is a really great tool backpack. It's extremely well made and very sturdy. There's a lot of interior space for your big tools and larger items including a tablet or clip board, flashlight, and an extra bottle of water or two, and has a couple extra pockets.The exterior back has a compartment for pencils, screw drivers or markers, and each side has more compartments for smaller items, small boxes of nails or screws etc.Great construction accessory to carry lots of odds and ends or everything you need for a small project.
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        • Recommended
        Some good, some bad with this backpack. Made of nice thick material. Seems durable. Flat thic...
        Some good, some bad with this backpack. Made of nice thick material. Seems durable. Flat thick plastic bottom. Needs power tools stored in large compartment to stay upright. Nice padding on the straps and back. The front and rear compartments have small storage pockets for tools such as screwdrivers, small pliers, etc for storage. They do offer two very large pockets in the large compartment, but wish they offered medium size storage pockets for larger tools like tin snips, vise grips, etc. The small pockets are too small for those type of tools, while the two large pockets are too big. I found that once you loaded the top row of pockets with tools, it was very difficult to use the 2nd row down, and found them to be pretty much wasted and unusable. It would have helped if they had used elastic fabric at the top of each pocket to allow a little give in the storage of your tools, but they don't. The main compartment also has one large storage pocket ideal for gloves. This large compartment works wells for storage of your power tools. I was able to fit my cordless driver and drill easily. 2 nice external mesh pockets. One small zippered side pockets. Has a nice clip for attaching your tape measure to on the upper outside corner. There is zero padding on the bottom of the large compartment, so this will not work for your laptop.
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        1 found this review helpful
        The Husky 16 in. Tool Backpack is a winner here. It has a rubber base to it, so if the ground is ...
        The Husky 16 in. Tool Backpack is a winner here. It has a rubber base to it, so if the ground is wet my tools don't get wet. It has a drink holder on the one side, which is very important as I tend to go through a lot of fluids in the course of the day. It has a nice flat bottom for storing some tools. The one thing that they could have done better, is the pockets inside of the large bay area. It is a little difficult to put items in the front pouches with tools in the back pouches, although not a major issue. Outside of that, it is a winner. Good job guys.
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        • Recommended
        I do absolutely recommend this backpack. Amidst backpacks in the price rage of the 100s, this is ...
        I do absolutely recommend this backpack. Amidst backpacks in the price rage of the 100s, this is just offers same top-quality design and materials used for a fraction of the price. This is an unbeatable deal, especially for journeymen, HVACR technicians, electricians. In terms of organizing it has everything that is needed without forcing you into organization of your tools in a way that you wouldn't' like or it would feel unnatural to you. Although sturdy and thick all around the empty backpack doesn't feel heavy. All the stitching has been made with reinforced thread and stitching, inside and outside, double walls, breathable padded zones at the back and on the straps.That's why Husky offered 3 year warranty on it and it would definitely last much longer than that. It is 18"x"15"x7.5" and it has sturdy zippers alll around as I noticed those are the first to fail on any backpacks. Although all load points have been double reinforced this backpack is not meant for lugging very heavy items. I have loaded it full with tools, and it held up pretty good, but the fabric is not meant to withstand more than 40 lbs. That is why it is so lightweight yet strong enough to hold everything together even bouncing inside a truck. I think Husky did a very good job with this backpack, it is designed to be very comfortable, not restrictive even with the cross connector between the shoulder straps, very comfortable to use and work with and last but not least very affordable. Totally worth the money, not only because of good design but also materials used and craftsmanship.
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