Featuring a unique two compartment design, the Arsenal® 5843 is third-party certified for hoisting up to 50 lbs. - allowing for hands-free climbing and easy mobility of tools and equipment around the jobsite.

“This backpack has all the storage capacity and organization of a top-flight tool bag,” said Nate Bohmbach, product manager, Ergodyne. “The best part? It’s third-party certified to ensure safety at heights and on the ground in a wide range of industries.”

With two main compartments housing 26 interior pockets, 11 PALS webbing loops, and 7 exterior pockets {of different shapes and sizes}, the new backpack holds a variety of tools and everyday work gear. Nickel-plated hardware and 1200D Ballistic Polyester with PVC backing provide superior durability while the reinforced padding on the back delivers maximum comfort and breathability. Additionally, a tall holster on the side panel of the backpack {unique to the 5843} provides a safe spot to store tools that don’t fit in the main compartments and ring attachment points found throughout the bag are safe and convenient to hook carabiners and other at heights connectors.

“Workers schlep around all sorts of gear in all sorts of ways creating far too many opportunities for lost productivity and injury,” said Tom Votel, president and CEO of Ergodyne. “The goal of our new Tool Backpack is to provide a safe vessel for transporting that gear in an organized and ergonomic fashion.”

Ideal for workers in any industry needing tool storage or those working at heights, the new Arsenal® 5843 Dual Compartment Tool Backpack is available now at all authorized Ergodyne distributors. For more information or to find out where to buy, visit www.ergodyne.com or call 800.225.8238 // 651.642.9889.

Key Features

  • 1200D Ballistic Polyester w/ PVC backing
  • Two main compartments house 26 interior pockets and 11 PALS webbing loops
  • 7 exterior pockets of different shapes and sizes to hold a variety of tools and equipment
  • Tall tool holster on side panel for carrying tools over 18” (45cm)
  • Nickel-plated hardware and tape measure clip
  • Reinforced comfort padding on the back with airflow design breathability
  • 4 Molded ABS plastic bases
  • Padded shoulder straps for increased comfort under heavy weight
  • Ring attachment points for ‘biners and other connectors
  • Third party certified for hoisting up to 50 pounds (higher weights may be used for standard use)
  • YKK zippers

About Ergodyne

Since 1983, Ergodyne has pioneered the development of safety products that Make The Workplace A BetterplaceTM. What started with just one product has grown into a line of top flight, battle-tested, Tenacious Work Gear®; all precision crafted to provide protection, improve productivity and manage the elements for workers on jobsites the world over. The current lineup is extensive and constantly growing including: Hand Protection, Knee Pads, Supports, Footwear Accessories, Cooling Products, Warming Products, Hi-Vis Apparel, Lanyards, Equipment Storage Systems, Performance Work Wear, Portable Work Shelters, and Head Protection.

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