Wearable Tool Storage - Tool Belt and Accessories
Now that we've looked at the more conventional options for carrying tools we're going to look at the newer option of wearing your tools:
Tool belt sets
Tool vest and rig
The first and most obvious way is to have a tool belt onto which tool holders of various descriptions can be hung (more on these later).
The belt will fit waist sizes 28" to 52" and features a padded but tough, heavy-duty construction for durability and comfort. A heavy duty quick-release buckle allows for easy attachment and removal.
The tool pouch is made from durable polyester to protect it from damage and the pockets have rigid rims for easy access.
With over 10 easy access vertical pockets / holders, the pouch is great for safe and organised tool storage for specific jobs. The front pockets are specially constructed so that nails and screws won't get stuck in the seams.
Most tradespeople are likely to use a knife of some description, so there is a specially reinforced internal knife pocket that prevents the blade from cutting the pouch material and keeps the user safe.
The swivelling hammer loop allows the hammer to move out of the way, but remain securely held, when bending or climbing. What's really neat with this pouch is that the hammer loop can be located on either side of the bag for left or right handed use.
The side which is not used automatically offers a tape hook.
MA2733 - Nail Pouch
Where a lot of nails or fixings are needed to be carried, there is a separate nail pouch that can be added to the belt.
This also has a seamless inner to stop nails and screws getting stuck.