I work in field service, so things tend to take a beating. I purchased these when some of my cheaper vinyl ones failed, and they are much better!
I can't figure out why they can't get the wrench depth right. Who designed it...Craftman, the Chinese? The small wrenches fit fine and the end of the wrench is exposed, at about 6 wrenches in from smallest to largest the pockets are too deep and the wrench disappears to the bottom. This pouch is made in China, Craftman wrenches and Gearwrench wrenches are all made in China. Why is it so difficult to figure out what size the pockets should be? Now to make it work the way it should my wife has to help modify the pouch...this is just wrong! Sears fix your web site so the google browser on a iPad consistently works properly and all the buttons work.
This is a well made wrench pouch at a great price.
Everybody was correct about saying that the pockets are too deep and your wrenches disappear into them. It's definitely a bad design and can't understand why they just don't correct it. But I purchased two of these for my USA Craftsman combination wrenches. I immediately put my metric wrenches into one roll and my SAE wrenches into the other roll and marked off where I wanted the material cut and stitched. I brought them to my local upholstery shop and the seamstress cut and stitched them to where I wanted it. I also purchased two MADE IN USA patches and that was sewed on as well. No way to post a photo on here, but wish I could show everyone how it came out. Make a comment on here and maybe I can send a photo of what it looks like. I like Craftsman tools!