The Chopo tool belt strikes a balance between essential carry on the dominant side and a pouch large enough for a speed square on the non-dominant side. It also includes a hammer holster and nailer loop so you are ready for a wide variety of fasteners. We worked to design a minimalist framing set-up, but the Chopo has found a home with many carpenters, drywallers and others who are looking to keep the weight down and the versatility up.
- 4 Pockets
- 8 Tool Slots
- Butterfly Tool Loops
- 4-slot Bit Index
- Speed Square Slot
- 2 Accessory Attachment Points
- Padded Pocket Divider for Brad Nail Strips
Mazo Pouch The Mazo is the dominant side pouch of the Chopo and Maestro Systems. The Mazo is designed for the small hand tools you need in detail work, but it can also be built out and customized with accessories like the 722, Utility Sheath of Nailer Loop on the webbing attachment points. This is our smallest tool pouch.
Hammer Holster The Hammer Holster is one of the most popular pieces to the Diamondback System. It rides behind any Diamondback pouch with the head of your hammer at your fingertips and the handle in a padded sleeve that protects your legs and knees, as well as your surroundings.
Eagle Pouch The Eagle is our medium non-dominant sized fastener pouch and is included in the Artisan and Chopo Systems. It includes a top pocket for tape, chalk or small fasteners, a main pocket with speed square divider sized for hand tools or strip fasteners. Choose this pouch if you carry tools or small fasteners on your non-dominant side and want to keep a slim profile on the site.
Gun Loop The Gun Loop includes two locations for attaching cordless or pneumatic tools. It can be used to carry a cat’s paw or any other long, thin tool in your arsenal. Attach anywhere on your belt or pouches with a solid belt clip.
4" Diamondback Belt The 4" Diamondback Tool Belt provides more comfort, support and options for customization than any other product on the market. Based on a lightweight, durable design, this belt distributes weight away from your hips for years of pain-free wear.
TOOL BELT SIZING
DO NOT USE YOUR PANTS SIZE. Use a tape measure to measure around your torso at the belly button. See how in the video below.
- Small (S) 31-34 inch
- Medium (M) 35-38 inch
- Large (L) 39-42 inch
- Extra Large (XL) 43-46 inch