Husky 22in Pro Grade Rolling Tote



My first experience with a husky rolling tool bag was a pleasant surprise. I had not really used much from Husky and didn’t really know what to expect as it was a store brand. I was using it in conjunction with a rolling tool/consumables cart on a large heavy commercial cabinet installation job.
The bag was used to hold my hand tools like my hammer, measuring tape, pencils, square, chisels, pry-bar, container of drill bits, container of driver bits, gloves, a Makita 18v drill, impact driver and an oscillating multi tool.  All other tools and consumables were kept in the large rolling tool box. We rolled those bags full of tools from one apartment to the next installing kitchens and bathroom vanities.  All of the pockets were well sized and there was room for each tool to complete the task at hand.
I was impressed with the quality of the hardware, stitching, handles and the wheels. These details raised my expectations when I thought about Husky products from then on.
When I visited Home Depot headquarters in Atlanta in April 2017, I learned more about why the quality was so good. #thdprospective

Purchase at The Home Depot


We were able to witness first hand the extreme testing each product goes through to ensure high quality. In fact I learned that the bag I had grown fond of was actually in their entry-level line. You see, it was one of their red bags. The best Husky bags are the black line. They are upgraded in many ways with heavier, higher quality materials and hardware throughout to better withstand the abuse they will receive on a job site.


Now I have the larger heavier duty black 22″ rolling bag. It holds more of everything. Not only is it larger, It has 38 Pockets! Plus 4 tape measure hangers. The construction really is a big upgrade to the bag I knew before. Thicker walls, heavier zipper, feet and handle. I can’t imagine any tool this tote wouldn’t be able to handle as long as it fits.

There are 3 large steel reinforced wheels to make navigating over cords and debris very easy. The wheels are protected with a through axle and outside reinforcement. They don’t seem likely to fall off or break any time soon.
When the bag is zipped closed and the neoprene rain gator is in place the bag is water-resistant. I wouldn’t throw it in a lake and expect it to keep the your tools dry but the odd cloud burst should prove to be no problem if you forget it outside or in the back of your truck. This may pay for itself fairly quickly depending on how water-resistant your tools are.

With 3960 Cubic inches of storage plus the outside pockets the Husky rolling tool bag is one of the larger bags on the market. It doesn’t stop there however. The top is flat and inviting allowing you to stow other large toolboxes or bags on top. Imagine the trips between the job and the truck that can and will be saved by this well designed well-built rolling tote.
I encourage tradespersons in the market for a large rolling tote to check these out. You just might be pleasantly surprised like I was.

Order from The Home Depot


  • 1680-denier, heavy-duty, water-resistant material protects your contents
  • 150 lb. weight capacity supports a wide range of tools and accessories
  • 38 storage pockets keep all your items organized
  • Reinforced tool wall provides flexible storage options
  • Measures 22 in. L x 12 in. W x 15 in. H
  • Backed by 5-year limited warranty
2018-02-02T09:27:01-05:00July 24th, 2017|Accessories, Husky, Storage|31 Comments

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  1. Mike w 08/13/2017 at 6:00 PM - Reply

    That’s an nice bag

  2. Larry 08/11/2017 at 6:41 PM - Reply

    Awesome review. How do you think it fairs against other bags?

    • thetoolpig 08/13/2017 at 5:02 PM - Reply

      Hey buddy you won the bag! If you send me your address I can get the shipping quote to your house?? also I don’t know your Instagram name

  3. Kevin Sanchez 08/11/2017 at 5:23 PM - Reply

    Actually was looking into getting a rolling tool bag as it gets heavy to carry my bag across 3,000ft warehouses. I will definitely give Husky bag a go after reading this reveiw. Thank You

  4. Chad nielson 08/11/2017 at 5:22 PM - Reply

    I’d take one if somebody wants to give me one. Husky bags always do the job, and their warranty is bomber.

  5. Cooper 08/11/2017 at 1:00 PM - Reply

    I have a lot of husky bags but not a rolling one! I love husky bags they’ve yet to fail me and this one looks super versatile! I wonder if they’ll ever come in a base color besides black ?

  6. Robert Schulze 08/11/2017 at 12:57 PM - Reply

    I have been looking at rolling tool bags. This one looks good for the price. I do like the Milwaukee as well.

  7. James fox 08/11/2017 at 11:48 AM - Reply

    Gonna save a lot of people from back pain with this one

  8. Dan 08/11/2017 at 11:41 AM - Reply

    Wow I need this bag, so much room for activities!

  9. Collin Enright 08/11/2017 at 11:05 AM - Reply

    Much better lugging your tools by hand. Husky bags have proved pretty durable in my experience.

  10. Charles 08/11/2017 at 10:57 AM - Reply

    This bag would work great for me. I always hate it when I get to the job site and there’s always that one tool I forgot. With this bag, I can carry all my tools with me all the time. @makitacharles

  11. Tyler Turk 08/11/2017 at 10:27 AM - Reply

    Nice review; thanks! I’ve had nothing but good experiences with Husky tools and accessories.

  12. David R 08/11/2017 at 10:05 AM - Reply

    You know i had the milwaukee one in mind, i was thinking of buying it maybe in two more weeks, but with all that info you said on the husky… im going for it… awesome feedback thank you

  13. Joe 08/11/2017 at 9:53 AM - Reply

    Sick bags, pretty spacious and
    Easy to lug around. A buddy of mine has one

  14. Jesse v 08/11/2017 at 9:29 AM - Reply

    Looks like it will hold up nice and keep tools dry. Wish it had a leather punch for skinning knifes.

  15. Justin 08/11/2017 at 9:25 AM - Reply

    You do a really great review for the products, hopefully I can add this to my collection.

  16. Charles 07/31/2017 at 9:16 AM - Reply

    Off topic, but I’ve been going through your posts and just wanted to say, great job on the website redesign. Looks much better and it’s well organized.

    • thank you 07/31/2017 at 9:17 AM - Reply

      Hey Buddy thank you but I cannot take credit. I have to thank my dear wife for that. Let Mrs. Toolpig know she will appreciate it!!

    • Charles 08/11/2017 at 10:55 AM - Reply

      @makitacharles by the way

  17. CTSparkyyy 07/30/2017 at 10:34 AM - Reply

    I have a much smaller Husky bag and it’s lasted me 3 years without any visible wear and tear. For he price you can’t beat that. Honestly in a perfect world I would have top name brand everything lol but that’s not reality unless you want to spend all your money on tools and equipment. I have 0 complaints about my Husky bag and this looks like a serious upgrade from the one I have. I’ve said before that I used to laugh at people with rolling toolbags until I ended up on jobs where I had to lug my tools a half a mile every day lol now the jokes on me. I am definitely looking into investing in one and this looks like an affordable durable option.

  18. Brian 07/28/2017 at 11:06 PM - Reply

    Great looking bag I have a smaller red version and am about grown out of it. Husky makes a good product! Would love the bigger one.

  19. Jalen 07/28/2017 at 7:47 PM - Reply

    This is sweet I see these bags everywhere . I need one!

  20. Conor 07/28/2017 at 10:39 AM - Reply

    Looks good, and I imagine you can stack a smaller bag or lunch box on top of it and roll in with it. Kind of like I do with some travel luggage.

  21. Hernan Cortes 07/27/2017 at 9:29 PM - Reply

    This bag looks like it would make a hard job easier and keep the tools organized. When I saw the video I knew it was something I needed to have. #KarenCortes

  22. Brandon Cline 07/27/2017 at 9:20 PM - Reply

    Nice detailed review. I have been looking for a new tool box/bag and this might take the money! There’s plenty of organization with 38 pockets. Thanks for the write up.

  23. Josh rodgers 07/27/2017 at 8:18 PM - Reply

    Seems like a good quality bag with a lot of space and a good pricepoint!

  24. Dale Beaudoin 07/27/2017 at 6:08 PM - Reply

    What a great review on this product! I have been looking for a bag that can hold up and something that fits my price tag as I start up my buisness. Thanks for the info

  25. Orest Mashtaler 07/27/2017 at 6:06 PM - Reply

    I have one size smaller one. Amazing bag. I was rocking on the commercial jobsites for 3 years with it.
    Now time to grow for more tools!

  26. Joel roff 07/27/2017 at 5:18 PM - Reply

    Looks good. I haven’t ever been one to use tool bags. I always have preferred the hard cases, but your review of this makes me want to consider switching. Husky is a decent brand I think. However wins it will be very happy I am sure.

  27. Jeremiah b 07/27/2017 at 4:12 PM - Reply

    Top notch save the back and shoulder bring everything you need at once!

  28. Mike noonan 07/27/2017 at 4:11 PM - Reply

    I see this bag a lot on job sites, for the price it definitely is a competitor with Milwaukee, I’ve been in the market for a rolling tool bag, just haven’t pulled the trigger yet on which one to get, winning this would make the decision a lot easier.

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