Cargo Hold Tool Pouch

Whether you’re in the middle of a project or just need an extra hand, the Little Giant Cargo Hold can help. Weighing in at just over 12 pounds, this ladder accessory is lightweight and compact, with an integrated platform to hold all your tools so you can get the job done with less work. The Cargo Hold features a durable, vinyl-coated fabric bag, complete with pockets and organizers to keep your tools and materials organized. From basic models to super-sized ladders, we can handle any job. No more up and down the ladder to get a tool or handful of nails. And now, you can turn any Little Giant Ladder into a work platform with the optional Work.

Customer reviews: 4.5 out of 5

About Cargo Hold Tool Pouch:

Brand: Little Giant Ladders
Material: Nylon, Alloy Steel
Color: Orange/black
Item Dimensions L x W x H: 12 x 7 x 5 inches
Maximum Weight Recommendation: 25 Pounds

  • Sturdy tool pouch attaches to the ladder to keep tools at hand.
  • Contains slots and pouches to keep your supplies organized.
  • Compatible with most Little Giant ladders.
  • 12.1 x 8.3 x 4.7 inches.
  • Made of ballistic nylon and steel.

Main Features:

  • Multiple ladders and accessories to meet your household’s needs.
  • Secure straps hold tools securely in place.
  • Carrying pouch with adjustable shoulder strap means you’re never without the things you need most.

Product Description: Cargo Hold


The Cargo Hold Tool Pouch is the perfect organizational tool for any job or project. We designed this durable, high-quality bag with your specific needs in mind. With a uniquely tough design, it’s made to stand up to the rigors of your occupation. Available in both small and large sizes, you’re sure to find the perfect fit for your tools!

This tool pouch is a must-have for anyone that owns or is in the market for a little giant ladder, Cosco and Werner. The pouch has room for all of your tools and will keep them safe and secure while you work. It also works great alone or can be used with any little giant ladder model, Cosco, and Werner.