AMain Trail Keg Storage Container w/Tool Pouch

AMain Trail Keg Storage Container w/Tool Pouch
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The AMain Trail Keg is more than a container that will allow you to keep a variety of items easily accessible on the trail. The Trail Keg is a useful accessory that is perfect for hauling small tools, hardware and other trail side necessities - and is incredibly useful when you need to make a trail side repair!

The trail keg includes a tool roll for keeping your trail tools within easy reach and organized. A small 15x1mm rare earth magnet is included that can be glued to the inside of the lid (shoe goo or double side tape works well), creating a magnetized parts holder that will help to keep small steel parts like screws or body clips safely stuck in the lid while you do your trail side wrenching. Plus, we threw in a small 5.5mm end wrench that will work for most applications that require a 5.5mm wrench. 

The inside of the container measures 125mm deep, by 73mm wide, so there is room for a variety of smaller hand tools, small screw containers, and other items you may need. Plus, the container features an awesome "EXPLORE" graphic on the side that gives the Trail Keg a striking appearance you will not find anywhere else.

No one wants to walk their rig back to camp. So grab a Trail Keg to keep in your trail pack and let AMain help you get your rig to the end of the trail - and back.


This product was added to our catalog on July 12, 2018

Verified Owner
Thursday, Jun 10 2021 (6 weeks ago)
AMain Trail Keg Storage Container w/Tool Pouch
perfect for a tool while on the trail. its compact so its not big and heavy. The magnet for the inside of the lid is great. never lose body clips or screws while wrenching on the trail!
Verified Owner
Sunday, May 10 2020 (about a year ago)
AMain Trail Keg Storage Container w/Tool Pouch
I just received mine 2 days ago and it was broken. I'm guessing whoever packed it overtightened the lid and cracked the side of the Trail Keg.