- dress belt releases
- nylon strap lining
The smaller nickel gives you more options on how you position I full size pistol. This is my second EDC nexbelt the strap lasted 2 years before the reinforcement in the front started to break down carrying a 2 pound firearm and a magazine.
Previously I purchased two dress Nexbelt’s that have been the only belts I wore since the arrival of the first one. This one caught my eye even though I didn’t need a EDC belt. It is about the same thickness as the dress belts but more rigid due to the inner nylon strap lining. The first dress belts have stretched a little. I doubt that this one will ever stretch. The buckle is very attractive but more heavily built than the dress belt buckles. I believe the buckle release will be easier to use if the belt is very tight than the dress belt releases. I suspect the nature and ruggedness of the ratchet type closure will make this EDC belt superior to one having a conventional buckle.
Great belt and retention for Cary use
The buckle is perfect size for appendix carry. You can put your firearm on 1 side of the buckle and a magazine pouch on the other side. The buckle has the same dimensions on the front as it does on the back. What I mean by this is the back side of some buckles extend out horizontally. This buckle does not which is why it’s easy to carry your firearm & mag in the appendix position. The buckle has a nice look similar to the buckle we had in the Navy. It’s easy to cinch down for a perfect fit & loosen up if u need too. The only con is the need to offer more colors in the belts and the buckles.
I love the distressed finish on the buckle it's also a very comfortable belt top-of-the-line EDC belt. Will be buying more very soon!