The Best Tool Belts and Pouch Systems Available

Diamondback Toolbelts is made up of a small team dedicated to carrying on the tradition of making the best tool belts and pouch systems available to professional workers worldwide. With a deep background in building structures from the concrete phase through the finish phase of a project–coupled with the knowledge of how durable a product needs to be to meet the rugged demands of even the toughest climates and conditions-we are proud to continue the Diamondback legacy of durability, craftsmanship and comfort.

Our comprehensive belt and pouch system is made to keep carpenters, laborers, sheet metal workers, electricians, and the like, safe and comfortable in the daily demands of field work. The American made product was created by the late Jim Skelton who, because of back problems, developed this product in the early 1990s to help alleviate his pain and outlast any belt system on the market.

Because we’re vertically-integrated, direct-to-consumer, and handle everything from design to marketing to shipping, we bring our customers much more than just tool belts.  We’re a real world brand devoted to tool belts and the over-engineered basics that are anything but simple.

Why Buy Diamondback?

Who doesn’t want to be safe and comfortable in the workplace all while supporting an American made product? But why pay more?

We like to consider our tool belts an all-around good investment. Every component of our products, from the fabric to the metal buckles and everything in between, are all made and assembled here in the United States-meaning you’re helping to keep our economy strong. Furthermore, our belts tend to outlast our competition. Sure you can buy a cheaper rig at a box store every year for $60 or $70 but our belts have been known to last for 20+ years. When you break it down, buying a Raptor today for $305.00 equates to your rig averaging out to $55 a year over 5 years, $27.50 a year over 10 years and only $13.75 a year if you can keep it going for 20 years! Put another way, your Diamondback rig breaks down to a mere .15/day over 5 years and only .08 a day over 10 years.