DiamondBack Artisan Carpenter - Right hand
Great For: Remodelers, Trim Carpenters, Framers
6 pockets, 9 slots, 5 loops
The Artisan was designed for the Finish Carpenter that knows what they need, when they need it and where they want to put it.
The Miter Pouch on the dominant side has six slots for your essential tools and a 7-slot Drill Bit/Tool Index for your smaller pieces.
The Eagle Pouch on the non-dominant side has the storage capacity and organization for auxiliary tools, fasteners and ties.
The Artisan comes standard with a padded Hammer Holster (Right).
All of this secures firmly to a lightweight and comfortable 4” DiamondBack Belt.
- 7-slot Drill bit/tool index
- Speed Square slots
- Hammer Loop
- Hammer Holster
Note that when choosing a size, there is an additional 10-12″ of belt webbing to expand your belt for those extra winter layers. Measure your torso around the bellybutton (DO NOT USE YOUR TROUSER WAIST SIZE) and buy the belt that matches the measurement on our sizing chart. If you size up, you will not be able to tighten your belt in the summer.
Tool Belt Sizing:
- Small (S) 31-34 inch
- Medium (M) 35-38 inch
- Large (L) 39-42 inch
- Extra Large (XL) 43-46 inch
Comfortable, light, practical and extremely tough. Takes a little while to wear it it and get the pockets loosened up but once they are it’s excellent. Worth the hefty price tag in my opinion.
Hiya Harry, ah thanks so much for saying this! We're glad you're happy with the rig and are impressed with the quality Cheers again, Team TF
Ive been looking at this belt for some time now and I thought ill bite the bullet, and I am definitely not disappointed. This belt is top top quality with lots of great features the materials are so tough and strong, hammer holster is a game changer. And looking at all the Accessories make this belt fully customisable, the buckle also is great snap on and off with ease. This belt is possibly the best belt I have ever owned and your see why when you try!!
Very high quality belt and very well thought out pouches. The hammer holster is worth the cost of the belt on its own.
Takes time to loosen up but I've soaked it and filled the pouches to capacity, then let it air dry. This really does help but I might have to do it a couple of times.
Would definitely recommend the suspenders to go with it if you want to carry a lot of weight.
It's definitely costly but you do get what you pay for & I would say over the years that I've probably spent way more than this in other belts.
High quality takes a bit of time to break in and get all the pockets loosened up but really nice and well built
I’ve owned a few tool belts over the years and nothing compares to this one, it feels comfortable, it don’t slide down like others under wait, it’s made to last and nice set up. I do recommend having suspenders if you load them make it easier on your hip
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