This beaver tail style belt bag accepts up to a 2 1/2" belt. Ouside dimensions are 8" W X 7" H. Made out of the same leather as the possibles bags so it coordinates with them . There is a short starter loop sewn to the left outside edge . The main pocket has a 2" gusset and an additional 4" pocket sewn to the inside back side. The belt loop is sewn to form another pocket between the back of the bag and the belt loop. Lastly a 4" wide pocket is sewn to the front of the bag giving this four pockets in all. You may want to also have a matching latigo belt to go with your bag.
Posted by Paul Tremblay Sr. on 29th Aug 2017
This bag is especially welcomed to my 2" leather belt as a rear bag, it's much larger than the 701 bag that I previously bought as a fire starting kit for my mountain man gear.
The 801 belt bag handles all of the smaller but easy access items that you don't want to pack away in your back pack.
Posted by jeffrey j rayner on 30th Jun 2017
Realized after I ordered this that I already own one of your shotgun bags ( two FITASC trophies on my shelf while using it). Same excellent quality in your muzzle loader bags.
Posted by Jere Baxter on 24th Jun 2017
I have been searching for a belt bag with short starter loop and convenient pocket for cap holder and powder measure. My search is over. Leatherman makes a superior product. P
Posted by Daryl on 16th Aug 2015
I've used this belt bag for a month now. Loaded up with all my muzzleloader kit packed inside with ease. Have use it in competions and will use it for hunting this season with no qualms. The best belt bag i've used. Rides with ease on belt.
Posted by Buddy on 19th May 2015
Thought I was buying a good product but this bag was way more that I expected.
Very satisfied and highly recommend.
Posted by Unknown on 11th Nov 2013
Good quality leather, well constructed, plenty of pockets, an excellent possibles bag!
I prefer to have a bag that hangs from my belt and looked far and wide before I found this item from The Leatherman. I ordered the latigo belt to match, but the belt was several shades too light. A little brown leather dye fixed that.