Body Position

4 Pockets, 10 Slots, 1 Loop

The Elias 2.0 is the dominant side pouch 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.

Attachment: Hook and Loop System

What Fits: Lots of Hand Tools, Drivers/Drills, Cell Phone, Bits, Chaulk or Tape, Pencils, Punches

Great For: Framers. Remodelers

  • Hammer Loop
  • External Webbing Attachment Point
  • 7-Slot Tool/Bit Index
  • Covered Outer Pocket
  • Pocket Divider
  • 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): 6

Height (inches): 18

Weight (pounds): 1.7

Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews
Ryan Schroeder
Not sure yet

So far it’s awesome, but I only got it a few days ago! Just switched all my tools to my new belt today. Send me a new review in a few days/weeks when I’ve actually tried it out

Jeremy Frontz

Elias 2.0 Pouch


Jason Hayes
Bag upgrade.

I have had the DB tool bags for about 4 years. I ordered another right side bag to upgrade to a larger bag for my right side. I’m a remodeler so my tool load out is always changing. I also bought my wife some DB bags with the woman’s belt several years ago. With me and my wife both Vetearns “ Made in America “ goes along way with us.

Benji Buss
Easier access

Much bigger than the original. I'm 6'6". My hands are almost as large. Wish these were available when I made my first purchase 6 or 7 or 8 years ago. Much happier with the extra room. Now if you could only make them available in red like my originals. To hell with potential lawsuits from milwaukee.

Keep it rad,

Glad you are enjoying the Elias 2.0. We worked hard on the upgrade. Thank you for rocking with us!!

Jeremy Frontz
Overall love it. Diamond Back responds to my issue.

Edit: after I wrote this review I was pleased to see that the company takes time to read customer reviews and desires to improve their products. This seems like something that could be easily tweaked for enhanced functionality.

I really wanted to love everything about this pouch and I really hate leaving negative feedback. I had an hope that if I dropped nearly 500 bucks on this pouch it’d be without flaws. Overall it is just way too long. Seems wasted space between the chalk box pouch and first pouch could absorb some of the length. I’m 6’3” and I wear it at the appropriate height so it’s manageable.

This has a significant design flaw centering around the most common and most critical thing I reach for in my pouch, my pencil. The area where most people would store your pencil and razor knife is significantly encroached upon by the center pouches. So much so that I cannot store my razor knife there because it’s wedged against the pouch and stuck in place. I even tried different ones and its not a matter of break in.

The Pica pencil is another significant issue with this set up. It will not fit all the way in the front slots because they are made to shallow. The Pica holster is unable to catch all of the grips and it pulls out with the pencil. Additionally, the pencil slot to the right in the picture is too skinny to fit the holster. The only way it is useful is to place the Pica in the slot intended for the razor knife.
I’m sure there are a half dozen design modifications that could be made to improve this functional issue. It’s a matter of to cram to much in a small space and comes at the cost of usefulness.

Thank you for the well thought out feedback. We appreciate you taking the time to send us this information. We take your insight very seriously as we are always looking for ways to improve future models.