1. Tune In

For crew members who want to listen to music via their mobile devices, DeWalt’s new Jobsite Bluetooth Speaker offers a portable option. The speaker can run on either a 12-volt or 20-volt lithium-ion battery, or by using an AC adapter. Users can connect Bluetooth-compatible devices though the unit’s auxiliary port, and can also use a USB power port for charging. The device features two 2.5-inch speakers and is designed for the durability that is needed on the jobsite, with a rubber overmold, an LED light bar, oversized buttons, a mute function, as well as an auto shut-off function. 800.433.9258 | dewalt.com

2. Compact Carryall

At just 12.5 inches high, 10 inches long, and 8 inches wide, the Veto Pro Pac MC is the manufacturer’s smallest bag yet. A webbed handle for easy gripping, separated front and back storage compartments, and a 3-millimeter-thick polypropylene base help keep the bag—and all of your tools—dry, steady, and secure on the jobsite. 877.847.1443 | vetopropac.com


3. Touch Tech

By encasing your iPad in shell-like layers of polycarbonate and silicone, the Rugged Folio from Zagg helps protect your tablet from impact and moisture alike. Inside, the Folio includes a backlit keyboard connected by magnetic hinges so you can flip the device open like a laptop. 800.700.9244 | zagg.com


4. For Hardworking Feet

Magnum workboots are made from leather and synthetic materials that the manufacturer says are ideal for the jobsite. Available styles include the Chicago, which features a breathable waterproof membrane; the Halifax (shown), which has a builtin toe and heel guard; the Stealth Force, a tactical black boot with antimicrobial treatment and moisture protection; and the Lightspeed, a boot that marries the look of a running shoe with a Vibram slipand oil-resistant outsole. All Magnum footwear is backed by a one-year warranty. 800.853.2896 | magnumboots.com


5. Love These Gloves

Specifically designed for tradesman who are likely to encounter cuts, scrapes, and vibration or impact injuries on the job, these gloves from Klein Tools are made of materials including leather (shown), water-resistant nylon, and neoprene to suit the wearer’s particular needs, whether it’s handling lumber, swinging a hammer, or just staying warm. All but one of the styles is outfitted with Trek Dry stretch material—a breathable, moisture-wicking sponge foam—and tricot lining suitable for lessthan-ideal working conditions. 800.553.4676 | kleintools.com