All my pockets are handy, but only this one is modeled after a tool belt. Now you've got no excuse. Get to work.
For the most snug and secure fit, attach to the purposed pocket area on a Kiltman Pubkilt or Streetkilt. But you can also clip this pocket onto anything. The middle flap on the outside swings freely, you've got sewing inside the main area to hold items, and you've always got the separate zipper area in back.
A kilt is the most comfortable thing a man can do hard work in, but if you want to trick out a tool belt you already have, this pocket will definitely do that. I once saw a guy fixing an airplane wearing one to hold special instruments he had to bring out. I was on the tarmac waiting for three hours, but it was still pretty cool.
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