$20 OFF SALE - Camo Woodland Brown - Ultimate Electrician MAX Comfort Combo Tool Belt

$20 OFF SALE - Camo Woodland Brown - Ultimate Electrician MAX Comfort Combo Tool Belt

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** Pricing at BoulderToolBelts.com reflects a $20 discount - Tool Belt is NEW and has 3 year Warranty**

Configuration:  Ultimate Connect-A-Pouch, Hammer HolderTape ClipUltimate Electrician Tool Pouch, MAX Comfort Metal Buckle w/ Leather tip or MAX Comfort Quick Release Belt

Includes 13 Slots, 19 Pockets and accommodates up to three connect-a-pouches The ‘Electrician’ line of Tool Belts have been specifically designed for all your Professional Electrician needs. Pouches have plenty of pockets and loops to hold tools upright and accessible. Boulder® Bag Tool Belts are Rated #1 in the industry. The Tool Belt of choice for over 20 years!

"I have been an electrician for 20+ years and these are the only bags I rock!"   
Kelly Reed

Product Details

Max Comfort Back Support Pad 
Made in the U.S.A.
All New - Carrying Handles
Two Belt Types - Leather-Tipped Belt / Quick Release Buckle
Boxed Design
Metal Suspender Rings
Riveted and Bar-Tach Stitched
Designed by Professionals

About Boulder Bag

Boulder Bag Tool Belts and Pouches are simply the best made Tool Belts in America. They're incredibly strong, so they can take whatever pounding comes their way. Yet lightweight, so they don't take it out on you.  Boulder Bag manufactures the finest quality USA Military Grade tool belts, tool pouches, tool bags and accessories for the construction and electrician industries. Boulder products are rated #1 in the industry for a reason. Great Quality and Great Value.


Customer Reviews

Based on 100 reviews
Samuel Marseille

The mesure for the belt isn’t very good but the bag is good

Need more time with them

They're good. Like most things we buy nowadays, it sucks not being able to try things in person. I would've realized that I needed the medium size as opposed to large. I made it work, but they're Frankenstein'd with an occidental belt. I do like the lightness of them. I'd probably like them more if I had the right size, but it's all good. I usually pass my bags on to apprentices after a while anyhow and I'll be back to purchase another set that'd be the correct size. All in all, they're good. This is just my opinion which is just a reflection of the shopping experience us old f***ers are having to adjust to. We don't like change! LOL

Mark Carini

Boulder Bag Ultimate Electrician MAX Comfort Combo Tool Belt

George Loveday
Pretty happy so far with only a few things I would change.

Hi guys! Im pretty happy with my choice so far. I just put down my newer leather Occidental leather electrician bags with comfort belt to try these. I weighed in at 25 lbs with those bags, and with yours and taking a couple tools out Im now at 19lbs which feels like a big difference. The bags are comfy, and there are plenty of tool pockets. There are a few changes I would make that would seal the deal. Just so you know I wear tool bags everyday for a good 8 hrs plus. I have about 5 other brand ones sitting in my garage because they just didn’t cut it. One thing Im running into is I ordered the large because Im at the 34-36” waist and I have it pulled all the way tight and need another hole, but there is no room to make a hole in the belt. Im thinking I should have gotten the Medium and maybe the plastic snap buckle. Not sure though. Second, the two pockets on the left side tool pouch one I use for wire nuts and one for screws. The pockets are very deep which isn’t a huge deal, but then I will end up carrying too many screws and digging through them is a pain. I think I need to find a very small clip on bag to hook to the front of the bag for screws then use one of the deep pouches for material Im installing such as boxes, straps, couplings, etc. The other thing that gets me every time is the bags fall over when you take them off and some of my tools or parts fall out on the ground. That kind of sucks. The pros though are the handles and the pouch velcro is strong. Other brands you pick up by the handles and the velcro comes apart. These are comfortable. The camouflage pattern looks sweet. The right tool pouch is very organized which I like. The left pouch could use one more divider instead of one center one. I hope this is a helpful review for people. As of right now a few weeks in Im pretty dang happy. I just need to figure out the belt issue and the small pouch issue. Thanks guys!