- ratchet system
- release button
I really love this belt. It’s sturdy, comfortable, and it looks great. Has made CCW in a car much more comfortable. Just release a few notches with a simple button push and re tighten when I stand up. Great product. Now my wife wants one
Again, same as my black Nexbelt: The BEST belt that I've found for EDC with my appendix holster. The adjustability, alone, but also adjusting while sitting then standing with the holster, when needed, is a huge plus for me, so much so that I've bought three of them, so far.
I’ve never actually tried a edc belt before! Never new they exist until recently. I ordered this belt and received it the other day. After opening it I compared the size to my normal belt and added 4inches to the length and Mather it with a marker. Put my iwb edc on and put the belt through the loops to double check before I made the cut. My mark was correct when I would have enough to his and place in the loo so it wouldn’t stick out. Cut and installed the buckle and put it on and BOY WAS IT NIGHT AND DAY DIFFERENCE. Don’t say down and the ratchet tightening is a awesome. I carry appendix so when I sit down I just press the button and it loosens to be comfortable!
so far so good ,give me some more time to test out .works as stated ,seems to be made very well
I’ve had this belt and have used it daily for a few months now so I feel I can fairly review it now. From all the research I did, if these belts fail they seem to do it in the first month of even the most casual use. I have had zero issue with it. And thus far has been my favorite carry belt I’ve used. I’ve spent $1000’s on carry gear to include belts, more belts than I care to mention honestly. The biggest issue I find with them is that the Velcro wears out after a year or two and the performance of the belt swiftly declines. I believe the ratchet system these belts employ will be an antidote to that. Looking forward to many years of use out of this belt. Even considering picking up a dress belt as well so I’m coveted even when I’m classy.