Klein Tools® Introduces Tradesman Pro™ Tech & XL Backpacks with Extra Interior Room

July 17, 2023

Klein Tools® Introduces Tradesman Pro™ Tech & XL Backpacks with Extra Interior Room

Klein Tools introduces the Tradesman Pro™ Tech & XL Backpacks (sold separately) with a large-molded bottom for stability and extra interior room for power tools and zipper bags. 

About Tradesman Pro

All 3 XL Backpacks Feature

  • An external USB-C port for charging devices outside of the backpack 
  • 1.5’ USB-C cord and cord management flap
  • Tough, molded bottom to provide stability and protect against the elements
  • Made of heavy-duty, water resistant 1680d ballistic weave material
  • Interior headlamp bracket that fits Klein Tools headlamps
  • Hard, molded front pocket with dividers to help protect items like phones and safety glasses
  • Main zipper designed to open bag fully for easy access
  • Exterior tape measure clip and tape loop
  • Extra padding on shoulder straps

Tech Backpack (Cat. No. 62805BPTECH)

  • Back padded compartment protects laptops or tablets up to a 17.3’’ (screen size diagonal) by 1.5’’ high
  • Front compartment has 20 interior pockets (6 made of soft neoprene to protect meters and testers) and 8 exterior pockets 

XL Backpacks (Cat. Nos. 62800BP & 62800BPCAMO)

  • Large interior to carry power tools, zipper bags and other equipment  
  • 40 pockets; 27 interior and 13 exterior

“Klein Tools’ new XL backpacks are designed to be durable as well as able to carry all the tools professionals need on the jobsite,” says Scott Rabe, product manager at Klein Tools. “The Tech Backpack has a front tool compartment featuring soft neoprene pockets that are ideal for storing meters and testers, and a back compartment specially padded for laptops or tablets. The XL Backpacks (available in black and REALTREE Edge® camouflage) feature the perfect amount of storage and maximum comfort. All three are made of water resistant 1680d ballistic weave material, and feature a tough, molded bottom to provide stability and protect against the elements.” 

Scott Rabe, product manager at Klein Tools

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