Lloyd Kerry has been a woodworker for over 30 years and he’s learned a few things during that time. One of which is the fact that on a rainy day, it’s a real pain in the #^% to make a plywood run if you don’t have a camper shell on your truck. Necessity being the mother (of invention) that it is, Lloyd decided to solve the problem instead of whining about it. And that’s the story of the Kerry-All Pouch. Pretty simple, as is the pouch itself.
The Kerry-All Plywood Pouch is 4 feet wide and 8 feet long – just right to carry a few sheets of plywood in the rain, from the store to your shop or job site.
As I said, it’s a pretty simple concept. The pouch is made from a woven polyethylene and treated with a UV inhibitor to help stave off the sun’s damaging rays and extend the life of the pouch.
Running the length of 2 adjacent sides are strips of Velcro – yup, you put the plywood in and press the edges closed. Again, almost too simple for words.
There are also several loops sewn into the perimeter of the pouch, allowing you to secure the end of the pouch to the truck while you load (at least that’s how we used them and it works great!).
As a matter of fact, ToolSkool Remodeling Contractor Dana Wilkerson tested this product on the job and really couldn’t find any negatives to report. In his words, “This thing is great….wish I’d thought of it!”.
Kerry has since expanded his line of pouches to include specialty units for trim, stacks of drywall and even real estate signs. The man is a go-getter, for sure. And you know how much we like the “little guys” here at ToolSkool – they are the backbone of this country and need a little support from all of us!
To purchase the Kerry-All Plywood Pouch or to find out about the entire line of products from Kerry Woodworking: CLICK HERE
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