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Tool Belts

Tool belts are very useful for carrying around all of the equipment you need while working on construction projects. Some of them are ideal for carrying a few basic tools such as hammers and screwdrivers and some of them have larger compartments for carrying power tools and other building equipment. With so many different types to choose from, you can find a tool belt that suits your specific needs.

Leather Tool Belts

Leather tool belts are known for their durability and longevity. Most of them start out somewhat stiff but over time they get broken in, and become supple. Most of these tool belts feature a standard belt closure with a belt buckle and holes for size adjustment. Leather tool belts most commonly come in brown or black. Some of them feature adjustable pouches and you can place them on your hips or put them on the front of the belt so that you can easily reach the things you need.

Nylon Tool Belts

Nylon tool belts come in a wide array of colours, including shades of flourescent yellow and orange for those who want increased visibility. You can find nylon tool belts that go around the waist like a standard belt and there are also apron style tool belts that hang around the neck and tie around the waist. Some of them also feature velcro closures for easy removal.

Contractor Tool Belts

Contractor tool belts are typically worn by builders and those working on construction projects. Many of them have large pouches and pockets for electric drills and most of them also feature a nail bag for easily accessing nails and screws with one hand.

Electrician Tool belts

Electrician tool belts are designed for those who work with electrical lines as well as electrical connections within houses. Many of them feature extra large tool belt pouches and storage solutions that can hold large quantities of wire or other electrical equipment. Many of these belts are designed with a tight fit so that they stay in place while climbing electrical poles or moving through tight spaces.

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