Carhartt Bags

  • Feb 5, 2021

NEW CARHARTT BAGS TO HAUL IT ALL

February 3, 2021

For more than 130 years, Carhartt has made its name synonymous with rugged work apparel that stands the test of time. When it comes to clothes designed to outwork them all, there are none better.

This same philosophy is now built into the most comprehensive gear bag lineup in the industry. Exclusive to SanMar, Carhartt has crafted 13 new bags to handle whatever you want to throw in them, from tools to technology.

Here’s just a sample of the rugged backpacks, duffels and coolers now available.

 

  • The Foundry Series 14” Tool Bag is quintessential Carhartt, bringing everything you’d expect to the table with room to spare. The main zip compartment is large enough to fit a cordless drill, with plenty of pockets for hand tools. Made of heavy-duty polyester and with a durable water repellent finish and an inner metal frame for structure, this is a tool bag you can depend on.
  • It’s not always about the tools. The Foundry Series Pro Backpack is tough enough for the job site and spacious enough for a weekend adventure. It’s made of the same 1200D polyester as the tool bag, with pockets for organization and a dedicated sleeve for a 17-inch laptop.
  • You’re going to need something to drink, and Carhartt knows that those drinks are best served cold. The Vertical 12-Can Cooler is specially designed to fit in a locker (for workers or students alike), seam sealed to lock in cool temperatures and prevent leaking, and made of tough polyester with a DWR finish. The main compartment is fully insulated with room for up to twelve 12-ounce cans of your favorite cold beverage, with an adjustable shoulder strap for easy transportation.

Still looking for more? There’s plenty more to be had. A versatile Utility Tote, a Packable Duffel and yes, even a Waist Pack help to complete the collection.

No matter what needs to be hauled around or where it needs to go, these rugged new bags from Carhartt are designed to outwork them all.


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