At­las 46 “York­town Tool Roll pouch”

Words and pho­tos Alain Gagnon In­sta­gram: @Al_Gagnon Email: raw­im­[email protected]

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This par­tic­u­lar ac­qui­si­tion made my spouse very happy. It de-clut­tered my truck draw­ers and ended the con­stant search for tools I needed “now”, but couldn’t find (it wasn’t a pretty sight). This Tool Roll is amaz­ing con­sid­er­ing its size and com­pact looks. You can stow most of your nec­es­sary tools all in one place. Once filled, you sim­ply un­hook the main buckle and lay it flat. On one side you have 5 pock­ets and on the other side you have the 18 tool slots cov­ered by a Vel­cro flap. It’s very rugged with strong zip­pers and the seams are sturdy enough to han­dle a large load of tools. At­las 46 swears by their prod­uct and thus, of­fers a life­time war­ranty.

The ex­tra bonus for my par­tic­u­lar sit­u­a­tion is that when full and all rolled up, it fits per­fectly into my smaller Decked drawer sys­tem for quick and easy ac­cess. All the nec­es­sary tools and small ac­ces­sories are read­ily avail­able and por­ta­ble for

emer­gency me­chan­i­cal re­pairs or sim­ple rou­tine main­te­nance.

I have made one mod­i­fi­ca­tion to the orig­i­nal prod­uct by sewing Vel­cro strips on to the five pock­ets, and get­ting Vel­cro name tags (made by to iden­tify the con­tents of each pocket (that’s my dummy proof sys­tem).

Key Fea­tures

Made of heavy duty 1000D cor­dura 5 large zip­pered front pock­ets 11 wrench slot or­ga­nizer 7 mul­ti­pur­pose tool slots 2 car­ry­ing han­dles 3 D rings for hang­ing up if re­quired Large vel­cro strip on front (for your favourite patch) — mine’s a Cana­dian Flag Front buckle to keep it all to­gether while rolled up guar­an­teed for life Comes in five colours: black, coy­ote, mul­ti­camo, orange and char­treuse (flam­ing lime green).

The York­town Tool Roll pouch Re­tails at $110­

Check out their web­site as they have other topqual­ity prod­ucts pri­mar­ily made for the mil­i­tary, home­land se­cu­rity and law en­force­ment agen­cies.

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