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OK I get it about the yelling comment.. sorry.. and about the peanut gallery comment about the remote control well it just might be true..... ..........................drill sgt.
 
Posts: 246 | Location: denham springs , la | Registered: October 19, 2019Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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I just got a Nexbelt EDC this week. Very stiff web belt with ratcheting buckle. Loving it so far.

Yeah, those look pretty good. Maybe I'll try one of those next.

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A little pricy, $53 on Amazon but gets good reviews.

The black ones are $63 now. That's the only thing holding me back.




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NexBelt. Love mine. I may get a Kore Essentials as it is a bit more dressy.
My leather belts are from Hank's.


I've been looking for a non-leather belt and I think a Kore is going to be the one. Thank you for the suggestion. They have a 10% discount if you sign up and make your first purchase, but I'll wait and see if there's a bigger sale on the next major holiday.



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Posts: 954 | Location: FL | Registered: March 30, 2004Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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I have been very pleased with my KORE ESSENTIALS belts. I have been wearing them for the last couple of months and they are holding up well!

Tom
 
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I have been very pleased with my KORE ESSENTIALS belts. I have been wearing them for the last couple of months and they are holding up well!

Tom


Does the buckle protrude out and print under a t shirt?

I've been thinking of one, but the buckle seems to be quite thick in pictures.
 
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I have been happy with my Nexbelt. The ratchet design makes it nice if you change guns frequently or having one of those fat days.


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Posts: 4367 | Location: Pittsburgh, PA, USA | Registered: February 27, 2001Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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I just received two Kore belts. I bought a nylon carry belt and a leather “dressier” version to wear with khakis. I just made and am actually wearing the nylon one and I am quite impressed with it so far. I was playing with it with my AIWB rig and the ability to cinch it up tight to hold the gun against you vs letting it out a few notches to just hold your pants up is a great feature and works very well with the little release tab.

I don’t feel like the buckle sticks out any more than a regular belt and actually have the buckle at my 11:00 to not interfere with my holster, I think I am going to like that.
 
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IMO my nexbelt isnt a very good gun belt. Not rigid enough. Just not in the same league as Armour, Beltman or Sparks.
 
Posts: 11198 | Location: Michigan | Registered: July 01, 2003Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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I like the idea of a ratcheting belt, but my Kore Essentials leather gun belt started falling apart after a few months (several cracks in the leather). I probably could have called them and had it replaced, but I didn't bother. For heavy leather belts, I'll stick with Armour and The Beltman with the holes 3/4" apart. For thinner belts, the Wilderness Tactical 5-Stitch Instructor belts have been great for me. I'll probably try another leather ratcheting belt at some point in the future if I can find one that's made in the USA this time.



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511 belts have always worked well for me. I'm no longer wearing suits or professional attire. The belt is never seen due to cover shirt/jacket.
 
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