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As a tradesman, it has become apparent that there has been a lack of choice in the current market for industrial, reliable heavy duty electricians’ tool bags. When Tuff Tool Bags inventor Tony Nankervis started traveling interstate to and from various mining sites and other project sites, he found that a ‘good old’ canvas tool bag or expensive electrician bags just wouldn’t do.


Tuff Tool Bags has developed an easier way than lugging around a heavy toolbox or doubling back and forward to the truck for tools needed for a job. Some people think that to get the best of anything, you have to pay a lot – but Tuff Tool Bags has designed its Shoulder Bag to be as functional, heavy duty, affordable and safe to use as could possibly be. Its easy access compartments help tradesmen become more organised, and thus more productive on the tools.


It’s a fact: Mine workers need a serious tool bag. The Shoulder Bag is it. Take it to jobs large or small – it is safe and reliable, with the durability to handle any weather conditions.


Made with the best:

  • Fire-retardant materials
  • Rip/tear-resistant
  • UV protection incl. double-reinforced base and ends
  • Heavy-duty shoulder strap


Giving you fast external access & visibility:

  • Velcro lids on all pockets
  • Straps & plastic clip buckles on lid
  • Reflective lid strip
  • Blue & silver highlights for high visibility
  • Giving you easy internal access:
    • Internal pockets (1)
    • Document pocket (1)
    • External pockets (4)
    • Internal tool loops (28)
  • With an extraordinary load capacity of 60kg.


Dimensions: Size is important, but we’ve kept it realistic!

Internal storage area (mm): 500W x 140D x 260H
Total external size incl. pockets (mm): 650W x 250D x 260H
Inside plan sleeve (mm): 460W x 240H

For more information on the Shoulder Bag and other Tuff Tool Bags products, visit our website