1 pocket, 5 slots
The Mazo is the dominant side pouch of the Chopo and Maestro Systems. We designed this pouch in collaboration with some of our favorite carpenters who do everything from frame to finish, drywall and installs. (Check out @toolaholic, @modern_oak and @aaronthomasaquinas on Instagram). The Mazo is designed for the small hand tools you need in detail work, but it can also be built out and customized with accessories like the 722, Utility Sheath of Nailer Loop on the webbing attachment points. This is our smallest tool pouch.
Attachment: Hook and Loop System
What Fits: Hand Tools, Scribes, Knife, Pencils and Markers, Driver and Drill Bits
Great For: Trim Carpenters, Framers, Remodelers, Installers
- 2 External Webbing Attachment Point
- 4-Slot Tool/Bit Index
- Trim Square Slot
- Hammer/Flat Bar Holster can be attached
- 30 day risk free returns
- Free return/exchange shipping in US
- 5 year warranty
- Consistent positive reviews from customers
Width (inches): 3
Depth (inches): 3.5
Height (inches): 11.5
Weight (pounds): 0.55
Great small set up for jobs where it’s going to be a tight fit. Although I upgraded to the miter, I keep this pouch on hand for when I working in confinded areas and need t save some weight.
I like the pouch, great size. wish it had slots to keep tools in their place in big pocket. i do have to buy a separate tape measure holder tho because mine occasionally gets caught and falls off when I clip it to that outside strap where the picture has it. bit holder needs to be broken in but no big deal I rather have it too tight than loose
Haven't had much time with the setup yet but so far it's impressive. Super compact (what i was looking for), and the belt system is hands down awesome. Look forward to using it more.
As a custom cabinet builder and installer the maze is just the right size. It’s not so big that you’re hitting everything while walking and holds the tools needed. Very glad I found out about Diamondback!!
This small bag holds all of my small items so I don’t need to ask myself, “Where did I put that little tool?”.