Max Gets Fat - Canadian Woodworking Magazine

Product News: The Stanley FatMax™ Tool Vest has been constructed with comfort, function and durability in mind. It provides fast, convenient access to all your most frequently used tools, yet is comfortable enough to wear all day on the job.


Max Gets Fat

Air mesh material enables the vest to breath for comfort during hot weather. It is one-size-fits-all but is adjustable with wide shoulder and side straps that expand for more room when worn over heavier winter clothing. Light reflective strips trim the vest to provide better visibility after dark.

The FatMax™ Tool Vest has been designed with a wide array of compartments tailored to fit tools of various sizes, as well as a removable modular tool pouch and hammer holder. It also has semi-detachable tool pockets to fit different working positions. Double layer pockets and reinforcements provide additional strength and support for sharp tools and nails. The Vest’s high quality Velcro webbing belt and fasteners allow for additional hanging tool holders and pouches so you’ll always have the right tool at your fingertips every time.

Personal storage compartments provide easy access to personal items such as portable media players and mobile phones, while inner concealed pockets hold and secure important documents. I think Stanley has thought about everything when they designed this vest.

The FatMax™ Tool Vest is available at RONA Stores across Canada & Reno-Depot stores in Quebec for a suggested retail price of $59.99. For more information visit:

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