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Has anyone heard from Shady? I so badly need a few of his pouches.

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He went by Shady. He made pouches. I can’t remember where he was from, but I wish I had bought 4-5 pouches from him way back then. I can’t find anyone to make me another one(with his old one as reference/patterns). It’s legit the best pouch I’ve ever used. If anyone knows anything about him, please please please let me know. 

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On 6/29/2018 at 9:40 PM, Blackwolftinting said:

He went by Shady. He made pouches. I can’t remember where he was from, but I wish I had bought 4-5 pouches from him way back then. I can’t find anyone to make me another one(with his old one as reference/patterns). It’s legit the best pouch I’ve ever used. If anyone knows anything about him, please please please let me know. 

Post a pic of your pouch, a lot of these custom pouches are relabeled just as much as tint is reboxed. Maybe we can direct you better, i've seen a few people making pouches on FB i can possibly direct you to if i see something similar to yours. 

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13 hours ago, Blackwolftinting said:

This is the best I got. No window tint suppliers have them. I’m about to take my old one to a canvas shop, let them cut it up and use it for patterns. And make 3-4 for me. 

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They sell them on Amazon for less than $14, i have the same one, come in all different colors. Search Amazon for Tool Belt or Tool Apron, they have a good variety of them, here's the link to the one i bought - 

http://a.co/an9GVRB 

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Those aren’t the same. Trust me I’ve checked. The one Shady made had two small pockets in the front, just wide/deep enough for a pair of olfa blades. Left and right side pockets just big enough to fit a blue max handle squeegee(plus other tools). It was very well built, and with the olfa location it made it super easy to grab a knife to cut film when you’re laying it across the glass. 

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