New IDEAL Pro Series Tool Belt System

EIN IDEAL Belt 400

August 24, 2022

Consisting of 6 component parts, and 2 bundles, the Pro Series Tool Belt System is a fully customizable tool suspension rig. Built with durable materials and features that help it stand out from the competition, IDEAL’s Tool Belt System is a hot addition to our Pro Series line of bags and pouches.

Product Details:

  • Durable materials
  • Thinly padded shoulder straps for added comfort without bulk
  • Fully adjustable straps for customized fit
  • Built-in handle on suspenders for easy carrying
  • Tactical metal belt buckle
  • Metal fasteners
  • Padded belt lining
  • Fits up to 42″

 

 

Part Numbers:

Tool Belt Bundle w/Suspenders

37-070

Tool Belt Bundle

37-071

Cell Phone Holder

37-072

Drill Holder

37-073

Tool Belt

37-074

Suspenders

37-075

Hammer Holder

37-076

Electrician’s Pouch

37-077

 

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