Artisan Toolbelt System
Artisan Toolbelt System
Great For: Remodelers, Trim Carpenters, Framers
6 pockets, 9 slots, 5 loops
The Artisan tool belt was designed for the craftsman 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 tool belt and Hammer Holster. All of this secures firmly to a lightweight and comfortable 4" Diamondback Belt.
- 7-slot Drill bit/tool index
- Speed Square slots
- Hammer Loop
- Hammer Holster
- 30 day risk free returns
- Free return/exchange shipping in US
- 5 year warranty
- Consistent positive reviews from customers
Width (inches): See component specs
Depth (inches): See component specs
Height (inches): See component specs
Weight (pounds): 3.8
I got this belt to work on a siding replacement project for my house. It works well to carry everything I need for the siding installation process. I normally wear size 31 waist pants and size Small was perfect.
This belt may be more comfortable for a heavier set person. The video instructions state that the belt should go around my stomach instead of resting at my waist but it's impossible as I don't have a beer belly. Since the belt sits at my waist, the nylon belt rubs against my hip bone. This would be a non-issue if the belt rested around my stomach. I wonder if a leather belt might have been more comfortable for my scenario.
Most comfortable bags I’ve worn
I have been using the artisan set up for a few weeks now and have really enjoyed it. I made the switch from the occidental fat lip framer. I really like the organization in the artisan. I’m currently trimming a new house and the lighter weight setup has been great. The only knock got me is that the bags are not forward enough on my 4” medium padded belt. I have to rotate the miter pouch more forward which makes the eagle hard to see when I’m grabbing a tool from it.
Havnt had a chance to use it yet. My old diamond back toolbelt is still hanging in there just. Hahaha
Would be 5 stars if for not for 2 small points first the price they are expensive but I understand the materials and work that goes into them, it's just the price does sting. Second is I have washed the pouches a few times and left them to dry with cans in the pockets to open them up, and after a few weeks they start to close back up again, I understand they are designed for gun nail strips it would be nice if they would hold a littl bit more of an open shape. Other than these small things they are very ergonomic, comfortable, robust and also light I feel.