1. Do you have a guarantee?
We back our products with a guarantee of 10 years on workmanship. That means if stitching fails or if the pouch wears out from normal use, we will fix it or replace it. We also guarantee that all of our materials will be free of defects.
Unfortunately, we cannot cover tears or rips of any sort caused by saws, knives, chisels, or other such objects. Improper use of your equipment such as hanging tools from the suspender loops on the belt will VOID THE WARRANTY.
The Diamondback Warranty only covers products purchased directly from Diamondback or Diamondback authorized dealers. Diamondback products acquired by other means are NOT covered by the warranty
2. Do you have a return policy?
We offer a 30-day unconditional money back guarantee and/or exchange on all products. Head This Way for more.
3. How long does it take to get my bags?
You will receive an Estimated Delivery Time on any items not in stock. If there is no “Estimated Delivery Time”, the order should ship within 3-5 business days. You will automatically receive an email with tracking information for your order when it ships.
4. Why do you need to know my size?
We are the only tool belt manufacturer that lets you truly customize your rig, in terms of pouch options, layout, colors and even more importantly, sizing. Since comfort should be the top priority from day one, it’s critical that you start with a belt that actually fits. We recommend you measure yourself around the waist with a tape while wearing summer clothes with consideration to where your belt will ride most comfortably. Once you have measured, use the table to determine your size.
5. What are the belt sizes?
We make XS – XXL. See our sizing chart for exact measurements.
6. Which bags come with the hammer holster?
We can attach the hammer holster to all our existing pouches apart from the Lucky, Rookie, Ox, Tail Pouch, E-Pouch, Bossman and GK2. Just put the bag in your cart, and you will get a pop-up to choose your holster options.
7. Can I get a left-handed set?
Yes. Our pouches can be configured for the left of right side of the body. We stock most models in both configurations in black and green. Red and blue options are limited.
8. Standard vs XL vs GRRande?
XL pouches are 1-inch wider than Standard pouches. It’s all a matter of taste. Some professionals want more space regardless of their height, while others desire a less obtrusive overall fit. The XL pouches offer more room for tool as fastener storage than the Standard pouches. However, if you carry a ton of fasteners and need to be able to access them quickly we designed the GRRande just for you. The GRRande pouch has a deep pockets with wide openings making it easy to carry and access a ton of fasteners or tools.
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How much bigger is an XL pouch? A lot. The Main pocket goes from 5.25 cups to 8.5, smaller secondary pockets are 4 cups and 5.25 respectively. Tape pocket is a consistent 1 3/4 cups. Did we mention these things hold water? #igetthisquestioneveryday #labtest #experiment #toolbelt #howbigisyours @jhegs11
9. How do I attach my pouches?
Attaching pouches is easy. Check out this video to see how to get it on.
10. Tell me about my color options at Diamondback?
All pouches come in black and ranger green. Red and blue options are available for some pouches but supplies are limited. To find out what color options are available for each pouch click the “Color” dropdown menu on the corresponding page.
11. Which rigs are better suited for Framing Carpenters?
Most Framing Carpenters prefer the Denali because of the versatility it offers them. The pouches that come with this belt The Elias Pouch and The Wrangell Pouch are well-designed and comprehensive to hold anything you will need on the job.
12. Which rigs are suited for General Carpentry applications?
General Carpenter professionals prefer The Raptor and The Joiner.
The Raptor will meet the needs of most any professional, and it is excellent for all jobs. From working concrete to finish work or somewhere in between, the Raptor’s simple but tough design will exceed your expectations. This set includes The Eagle Pouch and The Talon Pouch.
The Joiner is the precise setup needed for a Master Finish Carpenter. Your job requires numerous specialized tools for an assortment of detailed and precision work. By pair a Keystone for your dominant side with a Wrangell for your non-dominant side we not only prove the versatility of our pouches but provide you with plenty of options for carrying all your tools and accessories. The accessory Magnetic Pocket Cover keeps driver bits, loose fasteners or your house keys dry and secure in the top pocket of either pouch. A comfortable and supportive 6” Belt lightens your load on a full work day. A Hammer Holster comes standard on this setup.
13. Which rigs are better suited for Trim applications?
Both the Artisan and the Installer are made for trim carpenters.
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 . All of this secures firmly to a lightweight and comfortable 4” Diamondback Belt .
The Installer was designed with input from top installers to meet the unique needs of your specific craft. A 405 Lo-Rider Hammer Loop attach firmly to your dominant side and provide the perfect accommodation for your trusted hammer or nail gun. For your non-dominant side we chose the versatile Eagle Pouch. The Eagle Pouch can easily handle all your auxiliary tools, speed square and tape measure. Plus, it has room enough to conveniently store our compact Drill Bit Case. All this is secured on a light-weight, comfortable 4” Diamondback Belt. The #5 Gear Bag is perfect for holding shims or other loose accessories.
14. Which rigs are better suited for Electricians?
The Electrician System is made up of The Aurora pouch that includes a bandolier interior for screwdrivers, pliers, side cutters and all of your other trade-specific gear. The Wrangell offers lots of rooms for a variety of fittings, fasteners and odds and ends while the Drill Holster comfortably carries your Impact Driver or Cordless Drill with additional space for bits and hole saws.
15. Which rig is better for Drywall work?
The Drywaller was designed using input from professional drywall workers. The dominant side, 3-pocket Talon Pouch pouch is compact but roomy enough to hold your essential drywall tools. We chose the 4-pocket Wrangell Pouch pouch for your non-dominant side due to its versatility and various compartments for holding auxiliary tools and fasteners. We know that your gun is just as important as your axe. The Gun Loop keeps your screw gun close and easily accessible. Our SuperFabric Chisel Sheath will hold your jab saw or utility knife so you don’t need to worry about puncturing your pouches. Your axe is held ready for action in our signature Hammer Holster. All of this comes on a lightweight, comfortable 6” Diamondback Belt .
16. Which rig is better for Roofing or Metal Work?
We understand the specific needs of Roofers and Metal workers so we decided to configure a belt system to accommodate you. A 4-pocket Wrangell pouch on the non-dominant side is large and versatile enough to hold a variety of auxiliary tools and fasteners. The padded Diamondback Hammer Holster attached the Wrangell is perfect for carrying a pair of Snips. On your dominant side we chose our padded Drill Holster equipped with drill bit slots and a 405 Lo-Rider hammer loop. A Tape Pouch attaches firmly on the back of a comfortable and sturdy 6” Belt. This setup is everything you need for the job without all the bulk extras.
17. Where do you ship?
We ship products to any location. We have customers in the US, Canada, the British Isles, Australia, New Zealand and Japan among other places. Just place your order and we’ll get it there. Better yet, find a local dealer!
18. How many steps go into building my own perfect tool belt rig?
Step One – Select a belt – To ensure proper fit, measure yourself around with a tape wearing summer clothes. Measure where you are going to wear your belt. Do NOT just provide your pant size. Once you have measured, use the table to determine your size.
Step Two – Select the right pouches – Order the smallest and lightest bags that have enough room. Count your tools and fasteners, and then browse our selections to pick pouches with enough compartments for you. Remember, all pouches and accessories are interchangeable, so you can multi-task.
Step Three – Choose your colors – All of our products come in either black, and ranger green with some options available in Red and Blue.