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Tuff Truck Bags

July 14, 2016 - Products

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Tuff Truck Bags

Measuring at 40"x50"x22" (26 cubic feet of storage), the Tuff Truck Bag is made from waterproof, heavy-duty, non-breathable PVC material, and all seams are water-tight sealed using heat fusion and epoxy. The lightweight material is collapsible for easy storage and also comes with an easy storage tote bag. Tuff Truck Bags can even be used in conjunction with traditional pickup truck boxes to maximize storage space. 

They easily collapse to stow when not in use and easily roll up for storage in the included tote bag. All Tuff Truck Bags have larger than 40-inch zipper opening that zips from end to end on the front, and even goes around the bag's corner areas to give a "Large Mouth" opening. 

All Tuff Truck Bags are constructed using a high temperature, heat-fusion method. All seams are fused together using a radio frequency fusion seal. This fusion method keeps any stitching out of the bag's interior and seals the bag from the inside to ensure durability and tuff-ness! The corner rings are also heat-fused to the exterior corners of the bag.

In addition, all Tuff Truck Bags have a heavy duty metal ring fused in all 8 bag corners in order to easily fasten the truck bag to any truck bed using bungee cords. 4 adjustable bungee cords are included with each Tuff Truck Bag! The Tuff Truck Bag's heavy duty corner rings are made from solid metal and very durable.

Each Tuff Truck Bag ships with 4 low-tension, adjustable bungee cords, 1 storage tote bag and 1 waterproof, heavy duty Tuff Truck Bag. 

Work Truck editors has a chance to check out the bags and found them to be incredibly easy to use, durable, and well constructed. 

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