Most tool bags are filled with multiple pouches and small compartments that allow you to organize all your tool and gear inside. Not the case with the Blue Ridge Overland Tool Bag, which prioritizes a compact form factor, so you can carry a good load of tools without the burden of a large bag.
Measuring 12 x 12 x 5.5 inches (height x width x depth), the bag comes in a more streamlined size than traditional tool bags, giving you a convenient place to carry all your hand tools. It’s designed to accommodate tools 12 inches or less in length, so it should accommodate the needs of most trade professions, whether you’re a plumber, a mechanic, or an electronics technician.
When laid fully open, the Blue Ridge Overland Tool Bag reveals six hook and loop pouches measuring 12 x 4 x 2 inches each, all of which are secured to the inner lining of the bag using integrated Velcro panels. Those pouches, by the way, come with string-reinforced vinyl front panels so you can easily identify the contents.
Out front, the bag comes with three rows of 1-inch MOLLE webbing for attaching extra compartments as they’re needed, with a mesh pocket on the back for storing larger, awkward items that won’t quite fit inside. Features include a clamshell design, 500D nylon construction, and seatbelt webbing handles.
Available now, the Blue Ridge Overland Tool Bag is priced at $109.99.