Soft-sided containers with pockets for carrying tools and transporting them to and from a jobsite are known as tool bags, backpacks, and totes. Bucket bags have a cylindrical body, a roomy interior, and a flat bottom that allows the bag to stand upright. A single compartment in flat zippered tool packs holds and organizes tiny tools and parts. Rolling tool bags have wheels and an extensible handle for lugging heavy tools and parts around. Tool backpacks provide various pockets for storing tools as well as shoulder straps for carrying the pack. Open-mouth pockets on tool bags keep tools visible for easy access and selection. When loading and unloading tools, wide-mouth tool bags include a lid that fastens tightly to keep contents secure and opens fully for a clear view and simple access.