The Elias 2.0 is the dominant side of The Denali 2.0. It has the most tool slots and dividers of any of our pouches. It has a top pocket for tape, chaulk or small fasteners plus a large main pocket with 6 tool slots and two cascading pockets – the first has an internal divider and the second has a hook and loop cover that can be tucked away when not in use. There is also a drill/driver attachment at the front and a hammer loop in the back. Choose this pouch when you want to carry it all, but stay organized at the same time.
What Fits: Lots of Hand Tools, Drivers/Drills, Cell Phone, Bits, Chaulk or Tape, Pencils, Punches
Are Diamondback pouches as strong as a leather pouches?
All Diamondback products are made with 1000 Denier(a measure of thickness) Nylon. 1000D Nylon has an abrasion resistance(the ability to resist wear) and tear strength greater than leather. See this chart :
Changed my review from 3 star -> 5star!
Reason: My gripe about the shipping cost still remains valid but was heard by the company. I contacted them and asked if they would help cover the return and exchange for the right size belt and they did!
So thank you diamondback for standing behind your product and caring about your customer. I now have the BEST tool belt money can buy. Stellar product and service. You earned the 5 star and my…” Read More
“I wasn’t sure about this rig at first. I tried the Denali setup on the 701 vest. Turns out I absolutely love it. I hate trips back and forth to the truck or tool box. I have a specific framing rig setup, but I carry things I ALWAYS end up using throughout the day. I used occidental for a couple years but my back has been giving me fits- not because of the occidental bags but because (apparently) I’m not…” Read More
“I had researched several brands before deciding on Diamondbacks. With so many options and not knowing what was best, I settled on the Chopo setup based on the minimal setup. Big enough bag on non dominant side to hold what I need for framing, and small bag on dominant side to reduce carrying too much. Added the suspenders to take some pressure off my hips throughout the day (not a spring chicken anymore). Without a doubt, noticeable difference in weight,…” Read More
“I love the system. Have the wrangell on the left and miter on the right. I wish that there was an option to have a quick release tape measure holder built into your preferred side. For me it would make the system flawless if I could have the right hand miter pouch with a built in quick release holder. I find it difficult to access my tape quickly. Otherwise loving it. But for $400 it should be 110% of everything…” Read More