I am making these pictures extra big so you can appreciate how incredibly well these scaffolding pouches are made. Dave Randall, an Epstein’s customer and local scaffolding worker, designed and made these pouches specifically for the industry. I love it when we can not only support US business but also local Missouri business as well. Getting in these new pouches prompted me to create a whole new section on our website specifically for Scaffolding Tools.
Dave hand makes each one of these scaffolding ratchet wrench tool pouches in his basement. He rivets them together with copper rivets, sews them up on his Singer sewing machine and wet molds them. It is double thick at the top to firmly hold the scaffolding ratchet in place.
Same process to make this leather pouch for a Stabila torpedo level. It is wet molded around the level to hold it snuggly in place. Everything is designed to be held tightly as you don’t want to drop your tools when working on scaffolding 100 feet in the air.
These brass snaps are embedded in heavy duty copper riveted leather. They fit a 2″ or 3″ belt and are designed to hold a 7/8″ combo ratcheting wrench, but really could be used for any number of things. I’m calling these things Scaffolding Ratcheting Wrench Holders. Also comes in a smaller size.