I read good and bad reviews of this belt and decided that it was worth trying. When I received the belt, it didn’t seem really thick. It was, however, exactly what was on the photos.
I purchased the black belt, just wanting a good tactical belt for a holster. The 1 1/2″ Nylon webbing did the job. You do have to have it snug on your waste if you own a crappy holster that is top heavy and bulky, but with a proper holster, this belt works perfectly.
I put it on and it seemed to retain position extremely well. For pants that have adjustable bands, this is a great belt to make a comfortable, yet firm fit.
The CQB rigger is just a metal triangular piece that you can tie to or hook a carabineer to for all kinds of tasks. It also has a Velcro latch to make sure the rigger device stays out of your way for every day movement.
If I had one complaint, it would be the width of the buckle. When I sit down, if it isn’t adjust correctly, the buckle can pinch a little. But this is still better than most belts with buckles.
This belt can also be used for a makeshift tourniquet if needed. The next is that I think the hook and latch (Velcro) will give up after quite some time.
I think this is a great belt for the cost. And not a bad little Christmas gift for dad from the kids, due to it’s price point.
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