Designed with carpenters in mind, but offering enough storage solutions for several trades, this mid-sized tool belt is well suited for both interior and exterior work. It’s small enough to maneuver while doing interior work yet large enough to hold plenty of tools and fasteners for jobs that require more storage. This was Badger’s first full set and was the starting point for all of our other sets. It’s an ideal daily workhorse for many of our customers.?This set up consists of the contoured?belt with metal COBRA??buckle,?C1?on the dominant side and the?C2?on the non-dominant.
C1 Bag Configuration: Tape pouch, 5 tool slots in main pouch-three along inside back and two inside front, single outside lower pouch with tool slot, rear tool loop. Pencil/utility combo up front with three small slots and one deep pocket. Overall length is approximately 14″.
C2 Bag Configuration:? Tape pouch with 4 interior 1″ wide elastic slots, speed square slot in main pouch with wide tool slot below, lower fastener pouch with slot, two front tool pockets, 2 stacked rear tool slots and a reinforced bar sleeve on the underside of the bag.?Overall length is approximately 14″.
As with all Badger bags, the bottom of the main and fastener pouches are reinforced with USA made tactical webbing to increase puncture and abrasion resistance.
Badger Belt – Please read this for size
To ensure you get the belt that will offer you the most flexibility, it’s important that you read and follow these instructions. DO NOT base your choice on your pants size. Take a string or tape measure and measure snugly where you plan to wear your tool belt. Belts are typically worn on the hips. This area tends to be wider than where your pants sit. For example, let’s say you wear a size 33” waist jeans. But if you measure, you might get a 37” around your hips, where you like to wear your tool belt. Keep in mind your working conditions. If you work outside in all seasons, layers will increase your circumference.
When reading the Belt Sizing Guide, please do not go below minimum size.
Belt Sizing Guide
- Small – 79 to 89 cm (31″ to 35″)
- Medium – 89 to 99 cm (35″ to 39″)
- Large – 99 to 109 cm (39″ to 43″)
- X-Large – 109 to 119 cm (43″ to 47″)
- XX-Large – 119 to 130 cm (47″ to 51″)
For smaller or larger sizes, please contact us or Badger Toolbelts directly.
The belt pad is 5 cm shorter than the minimum length which means that in order to fit the buckle and be able to tighten the belt as much as you want, you can’t go below the minimum size. You need those extra 5 cm to be there. That being said, you can go above the “maximum” size. If you go above the maximum size you will have the pads stop further apart and you will force the pouches further back.
For example: If you are a size 104 cm you can use a Medium or a Large. If you go for the smaller size, a Medium in this case, the pouches will be further back. If you go with size Large, the pouches will be closer to the front since the pads will end closer to the middle.