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  • Maximum toughness utilizing ballistic nylon material and double-layer corner stress points
  • Curved support belt spreads load from back to hips
  • Pouches are hook and loop-captured for stability and fully adjustable
  • Heavy-duty belt with grommets and heavy-duty steel roller buckle
  • 30 Assorted pockets, loops, framing square pockets, detachable gel foam suspenders, adjustable chest retaining strap and a ID window
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Technical Details
Part Number 30299
Item Weight5.3 pounds
Product Dimensions6 x 24 x 21 inches
Item model number30299
ColorGunmetal/Black
Item Package Quantity1
Warranty DescriptionLifetime against defects in material and workmanship
  
Additional Information
ASINB000L680BE
Best Sellers Rank #217,374 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight5.4 pounds
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableNovember 25, 2006
  
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Product Description

Product Description

Ballistic Gelfoam Rig

From the Manufacturer

The ToolRider GSR Gelfoam Suspension Rig is an ultra-lightweight, state-of-the-art toolbag system designed for the professional framer. maximum toughnesswith genuine 1680 denier Ballistic Nylon material, with rubber-reinforced corner stress points. Maximum comfort with washable gelfoam-padded belt and suspenders, lined with moisture-wicking Drilex mesh. Maximum design with 30 assorted pockets and loops, including two cell phone pockets (one on suspenders), speed square pocket and plastic-backed knife/chisel pocket. Pouches are fully-adjustable on the belt, and velcro-captured once positioned for stability. Two hammer loops. Suspenders are detachable.

Customer Reviews

It is made very well and is very durable.
foreverdeployed
I am a framer by profession and this tool belt has lasted well over the 5 so years that I have owned it.
joseph carey
Comfort- The padded suspenders and belt distributes the weight around great.
C. Bass

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44 of 45 people found the following review helpful By Kelly Grant on January 15, 2009
Brown Bag Company 30299 ToolRider GSR

I can vouch for the quality of the ToolRider GSR, as I have just received mine.

I've been a professional finish carpenter for 35 years. I wear my tool belt with the pouches in the rear, not in the front, as this makes climbing and bending over much easier. I bought my last tool belt 23 years ago. It was also nylon ("Cordura") and is still in good condition.

I really hadn't thought of replacing it until I saw all the features of the current generation of tool belts at various sites online.

The main features that made me want to upgrade were:
~ Sheer number of pockets
~ Easily adjustable belt
~ Gel-foam padded suspenders with breathable fabric
~ Padded belt with breathable fabric

Since I expected this to be the last tool rig I would ever need, I ended up doing quite a bit of online research of possibly every brand of tool rig made with one or more of these features. I also considered buying belts and suspenders separately.

Ultimately, I picked the Brown Bag ToolRider GSR because it had all the right features at a reasonable price, in one package. I ordered it from Amazon at the lowest price on the Web including the free shipping, and it arrived in 5 days.

I was not disappointed, except for the fact that it was made in China, like many U.S. name-brand tools are now. The workmanship and materials, however, are very impressive. The nylon material is 1680 denier, the toughest I could find. I was relieved to see that it has a nylon hammer loop in front of the right bag, which is where I have always carried mine. It was hard to tell from the pictures if it had one or not.

Most of the smaller pencil and tool pockets are located inside the large right bag.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By C. Bass on December 22, 2008
I will start this off by saying; I am not a professional Framer or contractor. I'm a DIY'er that tends to tackle big projects. For the last couple of weekends I've been repairing and re-shingling my garage from the damage that IKE caused.
I knew I wanted more support from a belt that only suspenders could provide. I chose the Toolrider because I have a pair of their knee pads and they are comfortable as well.
Now, I was looking for three things in a belt. Fit, Function and Comfort.

Fit- I'm 6'3", so the length of the suspenders was a concern for me. Having a long torso, I didn't want the belt wrapped around my belly. After extending the suspenders fully, they put the belt in the perfect position for me. For anyone that is taller, I would assume that they belt would ride up.
The belt's fit was great, with plenty of room to adjust based on your waist size. The large padded back provided plenty of support with all pockets full of tools and other stuff.

Function- Now being an amateur woodworker and DIY'er, there are more pockets than I could possible fill for one job. I can't see professionals needing any more storage space, but if they do, The Brown Bag Company makes another belt with even more pockets.
The pockets were well placed and sized perfectly. With the belt and suspenders adjusted, I was able to easily reach every nook and cranny of this belt and my tools. In addition, the pockets can be re-configured or removed from the belt completely, based on your needs. The suspenders can be removed as well, if you only want to use the belt. The padded electronic pocket was a nice touch as well. I have an Iphone and it fit perfectly.

Comfort- The padded suspenders and belt distributes the weight around great.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By sillynailbanger on February 1, 2010
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I've been a professional frame to finish carpenter for the past 15+ years. In which time I've chewed up various, and numerous belts. Only finding one other that I was happy with and that was about 12 years ago. I am very hard on belts and I have been using this one without a hitch for 5 months now. This thing seems to be bullet proof, it's comfortable and rides well all day. My only gripe: I'm right handed and normally pull my tape with my left and mark with my right. The tape clip is in the right bag, as well as the pencil slots. No real big deal, I just sacrificed the small top nail pocket in the left bag to my tape, still plenty of room for nails, never had much luck with those clips anyway.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Carl F. Loschiavo on June 15, 2010
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I recently bought the tool rider. I am a carpenter by profession, and am pretty hard on tools and expect them to last. My last bags lasted about 10 years, as did the ones before that. There are plenty of pockets, and small places for things like countersinks, and drill bits and tips. The suspender system is pretty comfortable, which is important if you wear your bags all day. I could have spent way more, like for the occidental leather bags, but since I am almost done with this work, I don't need these bags to last for 40 years. I looked at all the bags before choosing these, and I'm satisfied with my choice. My only complaint is that the chisel pocket liner, which is plastic, has cracked a little, but it doesn't affect anything, so it's no big deal to me. Go ahead and get these bags.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By proffessional grade on October 18, 2011
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I am a contractor and have had several rigs over the years. I found this one and thought for 100 bucks i could get good bags and a great suspension system all in one. Well the bags are great can't be ripped, torn, etc. (this remains to be seen) But like other reviewers the suspenders are not made for people over 6 foot they just dont sit on your shoulders the way they should. I gave them to one of my subs and they work for him but he is also several inches shorter than me. I like the belt it came with but I am so use to using leather I swapped it out for that. My reccommendations if you want just the bags go to menards $60.00 bucks. if you want the whole thing and are under 6ft. then this is a great rig.
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