High Density Polymer Buckle
Our double bar, high density polymer buckle is built for lower profile, a professional look, and an airport friendly wear.
Double Duty Curved Webbing
Two layers of smooth, high density webbing bonded with five rows of stitching for ease in carrying, plus an integrated curved profile provides reliable strength and ergonomic sophistication.
Small inner pocket is the ideal place to store money, a cuff key, or other compact gear.
Range Belt 1.75”
I've had this belt for over a year. This belt is very well made, with extra stitching and reinforcement. It is overbuilt and no doubt will last a very long time. It currently shows zero wear. I wear it as a casual belt most of the time, it has seen its share of range duty and will take a holster and mag pouches if you so desire. Most of the belt is doubled up and stiff to facilitate the carrying of a holster and other accessories. The buckle system is solid and keeps the belt secure over a full day, it's nylon so you can wear it through airport security. It is very comfortable despite being rigid. The edges are actually smooth and not "sharp" as I've found on other belts of this construction. They do run big, I wear a 36 to 38 belt and have always ordered an extra large. The extra large I received is at least four to five inches too long. I would cut it but the tip is reinforced and I don't want to lose that. I just ordered another one and I'm going with a large.
The price is completely fair and obviously I highly recommend it.
I like this belt. It is thick and stiff. You need this to keep your pants up above your big fat belly at the range. Especially when you have on a lot of gear. Good price too. I give it a 5 star rating.
Got one of these on a whim since the 5.11 Trainer belt and a cheap cobra style belt I had kept airport security everywhere messing around with my crotch due to their metal buckles. My first impression is that it is a very lightweight belt - partly due to the nylon buckle - almost like an ordinary belt compared to the 5.11 I got, but further inspection reveals that it is reinforced with extra stitching and an extra layer of webbing almost through the whole length of the belt, except the slack/lip of course. So no problem using the belt to carry multi-tool/flashlight pouches/outdoor knife sheaths etc. The stiffness also works well for not-so-in-shape people (i.e. me) to avoid plumber's crack incidents. First timers will probably find the buckle/belt looping/adjustment design a bit confusing, but it works great once you figure it out.