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Lowe's has Estwing General Construction Leather Tool Apron Belt (94744) on clearance for $24.98. Select free store pickup where available. Thanks Rokket

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  • Constructed of 100% cowhide with both full grain and split leather with an adjustable belt.
  • Fixed pouch storage includes 7 pockets, 2 tool loops and a right-side metal hammer holder provide ample on-the-job carrying capacity.
  • Adjustable belt can comfortably fit waist sizes of 30 to 52 inches.
  • Covered by a 1 year manufacturer's warranty.

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Lowe's [lowes.com] has the Estwing General Construction Leather Tool Belt (model 94744) on clearance for $24.98 with free store pickup. This may be a YMMV deal.
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Created 12-19-2019 at 01:47 PM by Rokket
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Amazon's [amazon.com] price is $52.99.
Walmart's [walmart.com] price is $52.99.
Sears' [sears.com] price is $79.99.
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Good deal. None around me though. My leather belt disappeared and I bought a nylon one which was a mistake. Need to get another like this.
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Good deal. None around me though. My leather belt disappeared and I bought a nylon one which was a mistake. Need to get another like this.
Plenty of availability around me, but perhaps this is a YMMV deal? I'll add YMMV to the title...
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Thanks! In for one. Limited stock near me.
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Plenty of availability around me, but perhaps this is a YMMV deal? I'll add YMMV to the title...
I was able to get this from my local lowes via pickup and regular shipping. So I wouldn't put that.

This is a great belt. Bought it was my first tool belt
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I saw it this morning not comfortable
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Got one. Thanks!
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I saw it this morning not comfortable
I agree, I've checked this one out before and it seems like it's pretty cheaply made. I wouldn't expect much more out of it than any other $25 tool belt.
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Great reviews on this toolbelt - overall rating of 4.8 / 5 stars, with 96% of reviewers recommending it. Some of the reviewers posted photos, too.
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I have this tool belt and use it regularly. Personally I find it very comfortable, the leather was very good quality, actually fairly soft, yet thick. A lot of leather tool belts are the really hard, cheap leather, which I would imagine would be a lot more prone to eventual cracking and splitting.

I've used it for a bunch of my around the home projects, fencing, carpentry etc. And it works great for that. IMO, you can't go wrong for $25. Whether or not it is suitable for full-time tradesmen? I can't say, although if you were a full-time tradesmen, I'm sure you'd want to spend more money to get something with more features / comfort, like a nice over the shoulder tool rig.
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I don't like leather but for a homeowner and not a trades person this looks like a no brainer. Obviously if you work the trades or already have bags you'll know what you like and don't. If you don't own a set of bags... this looks like a great set to start with.
Too bad they aren't available near me, I would've picked up a set for my 13 year old son.
If you get these, look into Obenauf's HD LP for treatment/water protection.

Hummmm..... $6 shipping or add $20 and get free shipping. Contemplating adding something I can return to store later. (Unless I can find something I want)

Ok, I went for it. Ended up getting 2 for $53 after taxes. (Free shipping) I'll give my son one and either return the extra or sell it on Facebook. (Easier option than driving all the way to Lowe's)
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Good deal. None around me though. My leather belt disappeared and I bought a nylon one which was a mistake. Need to get another like this.
Have you ever used a military Alice suspenders with belt. I worked heavy highway doing bridgework. They last quite awhile can use any carpenter bags on the Alice set up work great.
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Lots available in the Seattle area at this price
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