Last Updated: January 13, 2017

This Terms of Service Agreement (“Terms of Service”, or “Agreement”) is an agreement between you (“User”) and Diamondback® Toolbelts (“we” “us”, or “our”) to govern the use of (“Website”). By using this Website, you agree to comply with these Terms of Service, our Privacy Policy, and any other conditions or guidelines posted on this Website.

License to Use Website

Unless otherwise noted, Diamondback® Toolbelts and its licensors own the intellectual property rights of the Website and all material on the Website. All intellectual property rights are reserved.

You may view, download, and print pages from the Website for you own personal use, subject to the restrictions below and throughout this Agreement.

You may not:

  • Sell, rent or sub-license material from this Website
  • Reproduce, duplicate, copy, or exploit material on this Website for commercial purposes
  • Republish material from this Website
  • Edit or modify material on this Website
  • Redistribute material from this website, except content specifically made available for redistribution

Prohibited Use of Website

You must not use this Website in a way the causes or could cause damage or impairment of the accessibility or availability of the Website. You must not use this website for, or in connection with, illegal, harmful, or fraudulent purposes or activities.

You must not use this Website to store, host, send, use, or distribute material consisting of, or linked to, spyware, viruses, or any other malicious computer software.

You must not conduct systematic or automated data collection on this Website. This includes, but not limited to, data mining, extraction, and harvesting.

You must not use this Website for purposes relating to marketing without written consent from Diamondback® Toolbelts. You must not use this Website to send unsolicited commercial communications.

Restricted Access

Diamondback® Toolbelts reserves the right to restrict access to any area of the Website at our discretion. If we provide you with a user ID and password to enable access to restricted areas, you must ensure the user ID and password are kept confidential. We may disable your user ID and password at any time without notice or explanation.

Website Warranties

This website, including the information and materials provided on it, is provided without any representation or warranties, expressed or implied. Nothing on this Website is meant to constitute advice of any kind.Diamondback® Toolbelts does not warrant that:

  • This website will be consistently available
  • The information on the website is complete, accurate, or non-misleading

Limitations of Liability

Diamondback® Toolbelts will not be liable to you in relation to the contents or use of this website for:

  • any direct loss
  • any indirect or consequential loss
  • any business loss, loss of revenue, income, profits, contracts, business relationships, reputation or corruption of information or data.

Exceptions to Liability

Nothing in these Terms of Service will exclude or limit anything unlawful to exclude or limit. Nothing in this Agreement will exclude or limit the liability of Diamondback® Toolbelts in respect to:

  • death or personal injury caused by our negligence in regard to the use of this Website
  • fraudulent misrepresentations
  • any matter that would be illegal for us to exclude or limit its liability

Other Parties

You agree that you will not bring any claim against Diamondback® Toolbelts officers or employees for any losses suffered in relation to this Website.

You agree that the limitations of warranties and liabilities set out in this Agreement will protect Diamondback® Toolbelts, our officers and employees, as well as subsidiaries, successors, and sub-contractors.


You hereby indemnify Diamondback® Toolbelts against any losses, damages, costs, liabilities, and expenses incurred by us arising from any claim or breach by you of any provisions of this Terms of Service. This includes, but is not limited to, legal expenses, settlements of a claim, and advice from legal advisers.

Breaches of this Agreement

If you breach these Terms of Service in any way,  Diamondback® Toolbelts may take action we deem appropriate to deal with the breach. Action includes, but is not limited to, suspending access to this Website or bringing court proceedings against you.

Variations of Agreement

Diamondback® Toolbelts has the right to revise these Terms of Service at any time. New versions of the Agreement will apply to this Website from the date of last update listed at the top of this page. To ensure you are familiar with the most updated version, please check this page often.


Diamondback® Toolbelts may transfer or sub-contract our rights and/or obligations under this Agreement without notifying you or obtaining your consent.

You may not transfer or sub-contract your rights and/or obligations under this Agreement.

Unenforceable Provisions

If any provision of this Agreement is deemed unenforceable by law, that will not affect the enforceability of all other provisions in this Agreement. If any part of a provision is deemed unenforceable, but the rest of the provision is deemed lawful if that part is deleted, it will be deemed deleted and the rest of the provision will be in effect.

Law and Jurisdiction

These Terms of Service will be governed by the laws of the United States. The exclusive jurisdiction for disputes relating to these Terms of Service shall be the state and federal courts located near Charlottesville, Virginia.

Questions About Our Terms of Service

If you have any questions or concerns regarding our Terms of Service, contact us at (800) 899-2358 or

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311 Reviews
  • “Top quality canvas bag. Niko RH and Elias 2.0 LH setup has been outstanding for the past two weeks. The Niko is well organized for supporting your typical tool setup and the Elias has a ton of pocket space for connectors, wire nuts, and various other items enabling the wearer to work more efficiently with reduced downtime. I was able to order and receive my purchase within a week. My biggest complaint is that the company definitely could include positioning guidelines for their suspender system. However, this was a minor complaint unrelated to the quality of the product and I would recommend these bags to any tradesmen.”
  • “I’ve been looking for a comfortable, well made, left handed, belt system for years. The Maestro from Diamondback has been the answer for me as I do mainly trim carpentry. The 4” belt is definitely the most comfortable I have ever worn, and I’ve been wearing different brands of them for 49 years now. The hammer holster is great, the quality is exceptional. Well worth the price.”
  • “Absolutely amazing product, and even better customer service! Cannot recommend enough! Worth every penny. I’m currently running the 4 inch belt, deluxe suspenders, eagle pouch on my non dominant side and mini niko on my dominant side! It’s perfect for those trim out days/finishing for the residential electrician everyday get up!”
  • 2 weeks ago
    “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 in my 20’s anymore. The vest takes a huge load off my hips and I keep the vest belt tight around my waist. The shoulder support coupled with the belt not sagging has been SUCH an improvement. I really like the hammer holster in the front, it gets in the way climbing through rafters so I just move the hammer to the back loop- so easy. I LOVE the dedicated spot for a screw gun. The one improvement over occidental is that the rear cats paw sleeve as well as the sleeve for your combo square are much more accessible. I had to contort myself to see where I was reaching on the occidentals. The wrangell pouch sits lower and allows me to easily turn my head and slide everything where it goes. It sounds petty but if you’re on a roof screwing around in a tight spot trying to put your tools away while your buddy is squawking at you- it IS a big deal. There is one buckle on the right side that won’t stop maladjusting in my side. It annoys me but I think it’s because I have a lot crammed in the Elías pouches. The other thing is, sometimes when I bend forward the bags flop forward, BUT, nothing has ever fallen out of the pouches. Ever. That is a huge bonus because stuff would fall out of my occidental rig if I leaned too far forward. Overall five stars. The pictures are from working on my house and helping a buddy on his project.”