Strap on the Right Roofing Pouch Tool Carrier for You
A master carpenter and a chiropractor came up with Diamond Tool Belts in the early 1990s in order to reduce the chance of back injury. Diamondback’s GRRand model is specially designed for framers and roofers. When you’re on a roof, there’s more to focus on than just swinging a hammer or pushing a shingle scraper. You’re thinking about safety and balance. Keep your eyes on the job while you reach instinctively into the roofing tool belt’s big open pouches – no button or clips to distract and occupy your attention unnecessarily.
The folks behind Bucket Boss use brains over brawn when it comes to carrying tools around. They got their start with the smart idea of modifying the basic 5-gallon bucket by creating a multi-pocket canvas lining to hold tools and get to them easily! Today BucketBoss makes equally sensible tool belts. Thick steel grommets make adjusting the belt securely and with ease. pouches can be detached and relocated on the belt if needed. There’s one steel hammer holder and an additional loop for other tools with handles.
From the roof climbing Kiwis over in New Zealand comes the Super Yankee for right-handers and the Super Yankee for…. you guessed it, left-handers! Both belts are made of thick, indestructible leather and are designed for convenient access to your most important roofing tool – your roofing hammer. Southpaws rejoice, finally there is a piece of roofing equipment made for you, not just those all-to-common righties.
What’s in Your Roofing Tool Belt?
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