How to Size Your Tool Belt
Place your existing tool belt in a straight line and measure it from the end of the buckle to the most commonly used hole. Select the belt size (by mid point) that is closest to your measurement.
If you do not have a current tool belt to measure, you can get an approximate tool belt size by adding 4" to your pant waist. Belt Liners (5005) and Hip Padding (5006) and winter clothing requires 1-2" extra belt length.
|Small||34"||29" to 32"|
33" to 35"
|Large||41"||36" to 39"|
|X-Large||45"||40" to 44"|
|XX-Large||49"||45" to 49"|
|XXX-Large||53"||50" to 54"|
Note: The chart is the manufacturer's APPROXIMATE sizing chart. When in doubt, order your belt one size larger.
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