Fix Manufacturing got their start on Kickstarter, combining a belt and compact multi-tool to launch a wearable EDC multi-tool, purpose built for the needs of skateboarders, snowboarders and cyclists. We’ve been wearing and testing the All Time Belt for the last few months (review dropping soon) and it’s made fans of us.
The new All Out Belt is the latest iteration of the Fix tool-toting belt design. Like the All Time belt, wearing the All Out Belt means you’ll always have quick access to a multi-tool as well as ensuring you’ll always have one on you, even for a quick spin around the block. The new All Out Belt still features the unique tool-toting Payload Pocket, but the weight, thickness and the number of moving parts has been reduced, making the Fix EDC carry less intrusive.
The new adjustable stretch webbing strap features a hook closure, with one size fitting most. The new Payload Pocket design also allows the belt to be removed for use on a waist belt/hip pack or on a backpack, for easy access on those rides wearing shorts without belt loops.
Our web dev Adam and I have been rocking the All Time Belt paired with the Wheelie Wrench daily. Whether you’re commuting or wrenching on bikes, having quick access to a multi-tool becomes something one gets used to quickly, and I’ve found that I feel weird wearing other belts. (and not having a tool handy)
The All Out Belt lists for $35.00 and the tools are available separately ranging from $25-35. Learn more at FixMfg.com