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Bucket Boss

We didn’t go out and buy a brand name, we built our own.

Founded by carpenters working the frozen tundra of Duluth, MN, the Bucket Boss legend starts in 1987, when master carpenter/monster guitarist “Diamond Dave” strapped a canvas apron on to a five gallon bucket, thus creating the original Bucket Boss tool carrier.

From those humble beginnings, Bucket Boss continued to roll out a series of new products born right on the job site, including the Parachute Bag and the Gatemouth.

In 1992, the Parachute Bag was developed to empty all of those tortured milk cartons that held small parts.

In 1994, we invented the Gatemouth family of tool bags. We loved our beat-up, broken-in canvas mason bags, but a truly perfect bag would stay open on its own. The Gatemouth, with its famous “Dr.’s Bag” opening, forever solved that problem, and remains the industry standard today.

In 1997, laptops started showing up on jobsites, and we introduced the Contractors Briefcase, an organizer designed for working contractors, not for office supply stores.

In 2002, we stepped it up another notch and introduced Bucket Boss Extreme, a heavier-duty line for professionals.\

We’re bringing back the original quality, packaging and Duckwear color scheme of the original products, and calling those Bucket Boss Originals. In addition, we are proud to introduce Bucket Boss Professional, a series of industrial-strength products for the everyday working professional.

The Bucket Boss Brand is about a commitment. Buy a ticket to our past and you’ll find every philosophy needs its prophet. Ours is the end user, the guys in the trenches, in the rafters and in the workshop. They work it hard, and expect our products to stand up to it. They are willing and able to punish us daily via emails and phone calls if our products aren’t right. Our commitment is to these guys.

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