Gardening and Landscaping Tool Belt
Gardening Pine Green and Grey Heavy Cordura Nylon HipNotions Tool Belt
This tool belt was named the Gardening HipNotions Tool Belt because it was designed around gardening tools with a zipper pocket to protect smartphones. But think outside of the box or beyond the name assigned to it.
Think about what you would like it to carry or maybe layout all the items. Measure the larger items to see how they match up to the dimensions of the pockets listed.
Tool belts to not include magnets, tool loops, lock corks etc. See add ons item in shop.
Outside dimensions are 8.5"W x 11"L .
Zipper pocket is 8"W x 9"L
Pruner flat pocket 4.5"W x 7.5"L and next to it a flat pocket 3"W x 7.5"L
Front 2 pleated pockets 4.5"W x 6.5"L x 1.5"D and 3"W x 6.5"L x 1.75"D.
Cordura nylon fabric is flexible but stiff enough to hold its shape. It has a smooth backside and a finely textured front side with a matte finish. It is colorfast water resistant, and it won't rip, fray, or tear. Wipe clean machine wash warm line dry.
Other features or add on can be ordered and will be sewn on at the time of tool belt purchase. Features include belt extension, magnet, tool loop, hook and loop tape holder, elastic cord lock, swivel clasp, tab and embroidered words. Go back to the shop to find these items to add to your order. Go back to shop to order the add ons to include with your tool belt order.
If you still have a question I would be happy to help!
Quality design, construction and fabric make this tool belt a good investment to protect valuable tablet computers, smartphones and tools. Businesses who are looking to equip their staff may contact me directly about their tool belt needs. Retailers are welcome to contact me about wholesale. Made in the USA.
"Got my new gardening hipnotion today and am very excited to try it out as soon as the weather permits. I'm especially excited about the magnet as one of the most frustrating thing about a garden "holster" is having to get my pruners to fit in, which usually requires using the safety to lock them shut. Lots of wasted time with that, so the magnet is a great idea." Lori