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I’ve been happy with LBT Rigger’s belts w/extraction loops. Link

Their not dressy, but I don’t tuck my shirts when carrying.
 
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If you post in the SIG Forum Office section down at the bottom of the Main page, explaining which thread and post, they’ll take care of it. I did the same thing once trying to post a video. Ot was so big, none of the buttons would work.
 
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I've been very happy with the EDC Belt Co. The Foundation Belts I've bought. Cost-effective, too.

N.B.: You probably don't want to order from their original site, though. I did that. My order didn't seem to be making any progress. I finally reached out to ConcealedCarry.com, where the product is also listed, and then things happened.

Not certain of the relationship between the two companies.



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If the Navy and Marine Corps stop taking shots at each other, you will know the end is near. Big Grin
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https://www.koreessentials.com...l-nylon-gun-belt-1-5
https://www.mastermindtactics.com/shop/spec6-belt

I have both. I use the Kore and is far more stiffer and rigid.

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Thanks again! The Blue Alpha Hybrid looks really nice. I always wear shorts and a Hawaiian shirt to church, so the belt will always be covered by an overhanging shirt.

Tony.


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Kore
 
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Originally posted by ensigmatic:
I've been very happy with the EDC Belt Co. The Foundation Belts I've bought. Cost-effective, too.

N.B.: You probably don't want to order from their original site, though. I did that. My order didn't seem to be making any progress. I finally reached out to ConcealedCarry.com, where the product is also listed, and then things happened.

Not certain of the relationship between the two companies.


I have one of these as well, and have been happy with it. I was kind of skeptical of the velcro at first, but it's held up well. I wear it daily at work as a pants belt under my duty belt, and it also fills the hot weather role for backpacking trips or working in hot/humid conditions. For regular daily use I still like my leather Beltman better as I feel like it offers a bit more support, especially for a heavy gun, but there are some scenarios where a thick leather belt just isn't the best choice.
 
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Shorts, hot weather? I suppose ‘smart carry’(with the right gun) is maybe too ‘deep’?
 
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So I've narrowed it down to Kore or Blue Alpha.

I like the looks of the Kore but I can't see if it's US made. I like to support MITUSA.

Does anyone know if the Kore is an import?

**EDIT** It seems they have a separate section featuring US made models. I think I'll go with the Kore.

Tony.


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Hell I'm kinda surprised no one has said you've only been here a year and you'll get used to it so stick with the leather. Big Grin


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I’ve been very happy with my Ares Gear belt. I have the older model of the Aegis belt with the metal buckle and I did not purchase the enhanced version.

https://www.aresgear.com/index...3b69c0e3738f913a0a2a
 
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Just ordered a US made Kore.

https://www.koreessentials.com...actical-gun-belt-1-5

Tony.


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Hard to go wrong with these guys:

https://www.thewilderness.com/belts/

I have one of their Frequent Flyer belts, with the optional 5-stitch upgrade (five bucks) for added vertical stiffening. Been using it regularly with casual dress for ten years or more.

I use a good leather belt when wearing clothes that are a little more "dressy" (you know, like when you have to lood good to go to Walmart), but The Wilderness is standard for me with my normal shorts and tee-shirt.


oooooo me likey....

 
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Just ordered a US made Kore.

https://www.koreessentials.com...actical-gun-belt-1-5

Tony.


If you don't use the elastic belt keeper- before you cut the belt to size, make sure you test fit it to all your pants to ensure that the tail is long enough to tuck under the belt loop on the side so that you don't end up with an unsecured tail flopping around. You can cut it really short just past the buckle, but just don't gain weight if you do that.
 
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I spoke with Doreen at kore essentials
belts just now,
she was very helpful I recommend you asking for her.
She answered all my questions she walked me through finding my answers on the internet the whole shebang.
was very impressed it's not often you get somebody that patient,
Unfortunately they don't offer my belt in either oxblood or Cordovan.

And not Grey in my size either..
Oh well, just another reason to lose an additional 50 lbs.

Will look forward to a 90-day evaluation of these belts. Best of luck to you.





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Got my Kore belt in yesterday and it's all ready for church duty tomorrow. Man, this thing is sturdy!



It should do for any occasion.

Tony.

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Look at Nexbelt or KoreEssentials.


These are the best. I will never buy another type after using these!!!
 
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So you’ve had the belt a few months now, what do you think about it?
 
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