Our Tool Belts and Pouches for Sale
Our range of pouches and tool belts for sale includes:
- Belts and aprons: Consider your tool belt or apron the foundation of your on-hand storage setup. A tool belt tends to come with detachable pouches, while an apron usually has built-in pockets.
- Belt pouches: If you want to change your tool belt kit, try adding or switching out pouches. We sell tool pouches with a variety of materials and configurations for general purpose and specialized use.
- Holders and holsters: These tool belt add-ons work similarly to pouches, but they tend to have extra sturdy materials and a design meant for a particular tool. For example, we offer holsters and holders such as leather knife sheathes, measuring tape holders, hammer holders and drill holsters.
- Support braces: Support braces and suspenders distribute the weight on a tool belt between your waist and shoulders for better ergonomics. They often have features such as Hi-Viz trim and padding for extra safety and comfort.
- Tool carriers: In situations where you need portable storage, a tool carrier can hold the supplies that you can't add to your tool belt.
Brands We Sell
We sell tool storage solutions from leading names such as:
- Milwaukee®: Known for power and hand tools, Milwaukee® also manufactures heavy-duty nylon tool belts and pouches.
- Kuny's: These independent Canadian manufacturers produce genuine leather tool pouches and comfortable workwear for do-it-yourself (DIY), construction, forestry and electrical workers.
- Makita: In addition to their signature power tools and bits, Makita produces interchangeable storage systems featuring tool belts and pouches.
Using a Tool Belt on the Job
Construction Fasteners and Tools customers use their tool belts and pouches in DIY, construction, maintenance, utilities and other rugged work. To get the most out of your tool belt, keep these factors in mind:
- Pouch prioritization: Most people who use tool belts arrange their setup to have a dominant and secondary pouch. The dominant pouch stays on the side of your dominant hand and features your most important tools. Meanwhile, the secondary pouch will be near your nondominant hand and hold fasteners and small objects.
- Proper wear: Remember to wear your tool belt and arrange its pouches in a way that maximizes their ergonomics. Hang your dominant and secondary pouches near your thighs for support, and keep additional pouches to a minimum.
Buy Tool Pouches and Belts Online
Count on Construction Fasteners and Tools for the rugged storage solutions you need for your next job. If you have a product in mind that you don't see on our online store, get in touch - we'll see if we can source it for you.
If you have a question about our products or policies, contact our team online or call us at 1-866-238-8880.