This TradeGear tool belt uses velcro and a double-prong belt to keep over 20 pockets secured to your waist.
– Has air-mesh padding in its belt for increased comfort
– Contains carrying handles on each pouch for quick adjustments
– Comes in two sizes to better secure to waists of all sizes
– Doesn’t contain many small-sized pockets for equally sized tools
– Its large pockets are heavy and bulky
A molded memory foam lines the back of this Gatorback tool belt to help relieve the weight of your tools.
– Has interior-lined pouches and a box-shaped design that helps prevent sagging
– Equipped with metal suspender rings that fit most four-point suspenders
– Protected by a one-year, defect-free warranty
– Is the most expensive tool belt in this review
– The adjustable belt doesn’t contain enough prong holes to properly tighten the belt
Made of quality leather, this Style N Craft tool belt offers two durable pouches with classic tan coloring.
– Contains a slot to hold your tape measure
– Has two pencil holder pockets
– Uses a double-prong belt to support the pouch’s weight
– Only fits waist sizes between 34–46 inches
– Its leather design shows scratches and damages easier than nylon belts
This affordable tool belt prioritizes carrying capacity with its two barrel-bottom pouches.
– Equipped with pouches that can be moved anywhere along the belt
– Offers room for two hammers through its steel and web hammer loops
– Available in a one-, two-, or four-pack
– Its adjustable belt is difficult to tighten
– Has large pockets that don’t secure tools properly
With a five-pocket design, this Dickies tool belt is built to carry a few tools for small home projects.
– Has a lightweight design that’s easy to secure
– Fits waist sizes between 32–56 inches
– Available in white, black, or tan
– Doesn’t include a hammer hook
– Its material was the least durable of all tested tool belts