A very strong holder. Stitching and riveting are of high quality. Works well on wide belts. Design keeps the hammer from banging against your knee while you work. Made in the USA.
If your belt is thin, this hammer holster may be a bit wide to meet your needs.
Inexpensive but well-made. Made from leather. Has a cradle design to keep hammer from moving. Heavy enough to handle large hammers. Ships fast. Fits in belts that are up to three inches wide.
The metal holder does not curve up very high, meaning your hammer will hang low and may not stay as still as it should.
Made with cap over the rivets to keep from scratching your hammer's finish. Leather is thick. Works for belts up to three inches wide. Can also carry an ax or hatchet without a problem.
This is a large hammer holster at 10 inches in length and might be a little big for shorter people.
Features a steel handle for the hammer. Durable enough to handle very heavy hammers. Works reliably. Does a good job of holding the hammer even when you are moving around on a work site.
Can't quite fit a three-inch belt.
Made from canvas rather than leather. Lightweight but durable. Can fit very wide belts. Two compartments allow you to also hold a narrow tool. Holds the hammer well, and keeps it out of your way.
The slip pocket is functional but a bit hard to use on this model.
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