Milwaukee 48-22-8290 Aerial Tool Apron

Sale price$ 179.99 Regular price$ 248.00


• (1) 48-22-8290 Aerial Tool Apron

• Durable Vinyl Construction
• 25 Pockets for Ultimate Organization
• Puncture Resistant Knife Pockets for Knife Storage
• Magnets Hold Sockets in Place
• 3 Durable Nickle Plated Brass Eyelets
• 3 D Rings for More Storage
• Weep Holes Let Water Out

• Length: 23.62"
• Height: 3.94"
• Width: 25.2"

The Milwaukee Aerial Tool Apron provides redefined performance and lasting durability. The aerial tool apron features a multi-sized auger holder that won't burn through after extended jobsite use. Additionally, the aerial tool apron has 25 custom pockets including a dedicated flood light pocket, puncture resistant knife pockets, and magnets to hold sockets in place. Constructed with durable vinyl material and 3 nickel plated brass eyelets, the aerial tool apron is designed for ultimate durability. Overall, this results in a complete and durable storage system specifically designed for the utility trades.

Customer Reviews

Based on 6 reviews
Ginger Snap
Pockets to deep

Plenty of pockets and it's holding up so far, the only problems I've had is the tool pockets are deep and lineman pliers, ruler, wrenches, are hard to get out with my rubber gloves on. Had to put rags in bottom of pockets to get tools higher so I can grip them.

Decent, definitely needs some work.

Use this apron on a daily basis as a contractor out of LU 126. Love Milwaukee stuff in general, but was hoping for a little more thought on this one. Both outside pockets (for cutters & auger bits) constantly fold in which was super annoying. I ended up putting a piece of 1/4 plywood on the back of the apron so I could tape both pockets flat back which has worked well. All other pockets are much too deep so you either have to hang most of your tools from them or throw some nuts in the bottom to prop the tool up. Both larger bottom pockets are super floppy, wish the front panel in both was a little more rigid so the pockets didn’t bulge out into my shins when I put snap taps or tape in them.

Two years and still kicking it

I am a catv lineman and am fully outfitted with battery power tools. I have modified it greatly to fit a at235p bucket had to cut off the left side pockets to make room for joystick. Cut pieces of 3/4 pvc to accommodate 6 nut drivers in two of the pockets. use the knife holder for my 9's. hammer holder is either used for 7/16 impact or 1/2 hammer drill with coring tool attached. It would be awesome if Milwaukee could maybe make one of these that would actually fit a at235p bucket.

I would not buy this product again.

This apron was awesome at first. I love the hammer placement. The downfall is the top where the bucket hooks go tears up way too fast my plastic support has already busted through the apron and slides out. It’s I nice design just not very durable.

Nice layout

Layout is nice for tools. I like the magnetic socket holder. I just installed it so don’t know the durability of it yet. One thing I don’t like and doesn’t make any sense is the layout of the bucket hook spacing. They don’t line up with any of the oval bucket hooks hanging on the outside. I had to cut one hook to slide behind the apron. As you can In the pic the hooks are crooked just to make it work. This should be addressed

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