5060TH: Hammer Holster Set

Sale price$17.99

Customer Reviews

Based on 26 reviews
Alex Munoz
Hammer holster meh

Great idea, not sure how long the company has been around, but definitely needs some improvement too much loose play and feels cheap. For the price meh not sure how I feel about it does the job I guess.

Rylo Kyn

Currently clipped onto the belt of my carpenter tool bags at the 2 o'clock position and its been a game changer so far.I need to be able to equip my hammer quickly/frequently and having it at 2 o'clock imo makes the whole process effortless compared to the traditional set up where the hammer loop is located behind you at 5/6 o'clock.Surprisingly keeps both the hammer head and the handle out of the way and there is virtually zero hanging-handle slap. I even tried storing it in reverse orientation (with the head facing the ground and the handle towards the sky) and it honestly doesnt impede your movement much, but if your working with your hands located mainly around waist level then holstering it with the handle facing up would not be ideal.Cant speak on the durability yet but im hoping it will hold up because id rather not have to revert back to using a traditional loop. My tool belt rig gets thrown around alot (in-and-out of the work trucks) so only time will tell if its able to withstand the abuse.


I have this clip on a Dewalt framing hammer and it works well, but not flawlessly. If you plan to use this, then be sure to keep a couple extra zip ties in your tool belt also. In the couple of weeks Ive used this Ive had two zip ties break on me. Make sure you do use both zip ties to strap it to your hammer so that when one breaks, the other is still there to keep it from falling off. Im a carpenter and I love how securely it holds the hammer to my belt. I bought this after my hammer fell out of a hammer loop and fell 3 stories to the ground floor. That could have killed someone! I feel a lot safer with this clip than I did with the hammer loop. I just wish there was a better way to strap it to the hammer than zip ties.

James Edwards

It is a amazing alternative to tool bags.The tool bags are made of out date information.Just like tool vests. We have to have high vis. This is on all jobsites .Bags and vests are black. In the sun( yes construction can not be done remotely from home in the shade) black heats up and you have to have a high vis vest over your heat generating bags. Stupid is what stupid do. No body gets this that makes tool bags. We have not used hand nails in I digress maybe 28years ago ?I use a Milwaukee nail guns,saw,multi tool,sawall,planer and a impact on a daily basis.We need 10s,8snails and screws. Can you please list one tool manufacturer that makes tool bags with high vis low heat retention ,places to put 10s and 8s that do not intervene with movement and keep them unbroken and clean? Plus a system like spider that gives you the opportunity to hang up m18 tools securing them from falling 18 stories and killing someone? So of course you need a ergodyne safety system also.If they made their retractable tethers that locked when retracted we would not need the spider black only lever that is on only side that is a total pain in the ass on your left side but it is a godsend compared with earlier systems .When you lost control of a tool you yelled (heads) and of coarse they always looked up. If they can make a left side lever get rid of black ( high vis would be appreciated) and get a screw hole in the holder with a screw provided eliminating the holder coming loose from the belt and falling because only the tool is tethered and when pulling out a tool from the left side and the release is only on one side.Instead of tradesman having to do this themselves Spider is in a class all by themselves and providing the only true solution however if they can figure out what they have so far why not make it a slam dunk with teathers that self lock when retracted in high vis before someone else does and makes their products unnecessary. Spider if you read this YOU CAN DO THIS. If anyone buys this product you need to get a allen wrench to adjust the lever. They do not provide one with it. It is the best product out there but there are cheap knockoffs so only buy the best spider


Works outstanding! I wanted some kind of attachment system for my hammer to be carried handle up. I do not enjoy grabbing a tool Im needing to use and not have it ready to us when I grab it. No more fumbling around trying to juggle a hammer to get the handle in my hand so I can use it. A back pocket would be more practical over any of the improvement starved traditional and way passed played out ways of hammer carry Ive ever seen. This little gadget is pretty good at it though. Actually works A lot better than I imagined it would. Well surpassed my expectations I had and it shipped quick which is always great.