Model#: CLCN1523
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CLC 1523 Small Poly Ziptop Utility Pouch

  • CLC 1523 Small Poly Ziptop Utility Pouch
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Details

Have your tools and accessories handy with this Custom LeatherCraft Small ZipTop Utility Pouch 1523. Its double-pull zipper cover secures parts and tools, and can also accommodate longer items.
Features:
  • Made of polyester fabric and ballistic binding
  • Snap-back feature helps keep cover out of the way
  • Additional large front panel pocket
  • Zipper cover secures parts and tools in pouch and accommodates long-handled tools
Includes:
  • Small Poly Ziptop Utility Pouch - 1523

Specifications

Material: Polyester
Size: 2-3/4 in.

Recommendations

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Yes, I would recommend this to a friend (1)
Great for quick repairs!
I use this product as a Maintenance Technician, at a large Resort for quick access repairs.
April 18, 2013
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Just perfect for use while filming
I use this while filming.. With this pouch, I have small much needed tools at my disposal.. very nice bag....
Although I'll make my own, I do wish CLC offered an over the shoulder sling for their pouches... I'm not a big fan of utility belts or suspenders...
September 8, 2013
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Recommendations
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
Small Poly ZipTop Utility Pouch
Great for the type of tools a Slot Technician would need to have on the Gaming floor-screwdriver, multitool, small set of nut drivers, penlight notebook and pen. All the tools needed to take a peripheral back to the workbench.
September 27, 2011

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