Klein Tools’ Tradesman Pro backpack features 21 pockets and a large interior for tool storage. The elastic loop holds a worklight for hands-free illumination of the interior. The front unzips halfway for tool access. It features adjustable chest and lower straps for a customized fit.
Southwire Tools’ backpack enables contractors to carry tools on the back or by hand. The easy-opening zippers allows access to the tool in numerous storage compartments. Enclosed pouches are located on both external and internal surfaces to provide additional security. It features a durable, waterproof rubber bottom that provides a nontipping base and protects contents.
Klein Tools’ Master backpack features 48 pockets and a removable tool caddy with various pockets, including closed pouches for small tools and parts, open pockets, and straps for long screwdrivers. It has heavy-duty carrying handles for hanging. It also has durable back padding, lockable zippers, a fully molded bottom, a metal hook and a D-ring.
Eclipse’s backpack has 29 pockets for hand tools, test equipment, cordless power tools and tablets, in addition to larger items such as cable wires and laptops. It has padded, adjustable straps and a weather-resistant, molded bottom to keep tools dry. It can hold up to 33 lbs.
Milwaukee Tool’s Packout backpack is made with tear-resistant 1680D ballistic material. It has 48 pockets, including a hardshell pocket for sensitive equipment. Part of the Packout modular storage system, it has an impact-resistant molded base that connects with other Packout system components with integrated locking cleats.