2 Pockets, 7 Tool Slots, 1 External Tool Loop
The Loki is our newest pouch. This little guy packs a big punch. The Loki is the smallest Diamondback pouch capable of holding a full size Speed Square. The new, angled corner design will keep items from getting stuck down in the corners of the pockets. The tool slots are generously sized for irregularly shaped or large hand tools. The Loki is designed for your dominant or non-dominant side. You may just want to get a matching pair!
Attachment: Hook and Loop System
What Fits: Speed Square, Strip Fasteners, Glue Bottles, Punches, Chisel, Markers
Great For: Trim Carpenters, Remodelers
- Pocket Divider
- Integrated Rare Earth Magnet
- Bit Clip
- External webbing Loop for attaching Accessories
- Stiff webbing strip for hanging Tape Measure or Accessories
- Hammer Holster/Flat Bar Holster Compatible
- 30 day risk free returns
- Free return/exchange shipping in US
- 5 year warranty
- Consistent positive reviews from customers
Width (inches): 3
Depth (inches): 5
Height (inches): 12
Weight (pounds): 1.2
Good pouch have one for toolside and fastener. Gives enough room for organized tools and some fasteners. Do frame to finish work when I need more fastener storage the slingshot or db sax are great.
The length of these bags is great for short guys. Fall on you thing not by your knee.
Very good pouch perfect size for finishing. Big enough to do some framing
This pouch is nice, I like the two square slots, the tape holder and use the magnet more than I thought I ever would. It does stick out and could use more fastener space, issues the 'DB pouch artists' could easily fix by changing the top profile and hanging it a little bit lower I'm sure.
love it. super high quality materials , light weight , the only flaw is the stiffness , thought it would soften a bit by now , and i use it every day , but really great product .
I’ve been using the Loki pouch on my left side (non dominant) of the 701 vest and it’s been great! I like that it doesn’t hang down too low and you can fit quite a bit in it. You have to make sure it’s positioned a little towards the back of your belt otherwise it feels like it’s sticking out the front since it’s a little wider pouch. I keep my square, torpedo level, a couple bits, 2 screwdrivers, catspaw and a chisel in the pouch. That leaves the outside pouch for fasteners and it works perfect! I use the bossman on the dominant side and it’s great with the 701 vest!