All belts are crafted to match your Pant Waist Size. Example: If you wear 36" pants then you will purchase a 36" belt. **If you wear a concealed holster IWB then we recommend to purchase the next larger size.** We provide 6 inches of additional adjustment (see pic below) to allow for a perfect fit. If for any reason, within 45 days of purchase, you would like a different waist size of belt we will gladly exchange and pay all return shipping costs. We will not exchange or refund custom belts.
You'll also notice in the photo above that we include with every belt a Tail Tamer which will secure any excess webbing firmly in place. The keeper slides onto the webbing and can be placed in any position.
No problem. Simply select the XL Custom belt size. In your cart a section titled "Special Instructions for Seller" will appear where you can specify the custom size. We can custom make belts up to a 60" pant waist. If you don't specify a custom size, we will ship you the XL belt uncut and you can make the final cut using the procedure described below in "Can I custom cut the length of my belt?". If you cut your belt, you will not be able to return or exchange it.
Yes. The webbing is made of 1 1/2" military grade nylon and will cut cleanly with a sharp pair of scissors and can be heat sealed with a lighter. See video below. If you cut your belt, you will not be able to exchange it.
The webbing is 1 1/2" wide and will fit through the majority of mens pants. Some women's and children's pants may have smaller belt loops so you will need to ensure the loops will allow a 1 1/2" webbing to slide through.
Yes, we do offer an optional service to sew Velcro® onto the tail and belt to secure any excess. You can add a Velcro Tail option to any belt by clicking here: As with any option there are Pros and Cons:
PRO: Velcro securely holds excess webbing in place
PRO: Velcro eliminates the need for a separate keeper
PRO: Velcro prevents accidental slippage of the webbing
CON: Velcro makes it more difficult to thread webbing through buckle
CON: Velcro can eventually wear out and lose its grip
CON: Velcro is visible and detracts aesthetically
CON: Velcro makes quick adjustments more cumbersome
We use 1.5" Velcro mil grade hook & loop for a superior grip and long cycle use. A strip of 3.5" hook is triple stitched onto the tail and a strip of 10" loop is sewn onto the belt.
Yes, we've made many special webbing and buckle combinations at no additional charge. Please allow 7 business days for us to custom craft your belt. If you make a custom color, you will not be able to exchange or return it. Please measure carefully.
1.5" Webbing options:
1.5" Buckle options
Matte Black (D-Ring)
Polished Aluminum (D-Ring)
1.75" Webbing options:
1.75" Buckle options
Matte Black (D-Ring)
Polished Aluminum (D-Ring)
For example, if you wanted Desert Sand webbing and the Matte Black buckle, you would select the Matte Black belt on our site and the appropriate waist size and Add to Cart. In the Special Instructions section of the cart simply type "Custom Belt - Matte Black buckle and Desert Sand Webbing". We'll take care of the rest.
Based on the above, it will take over 4000lbs of force to break our belts, but if somehow during normal use this happens, no problem simply send your belt back to us and we'll gladly repair your belt or provide a replacement. Our belts are backed by a Lifetime Warranty applicable to the original purchaser. If you have any problems with any component of our belt please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our buckles are made of a 7075 Aluminum alloy which does not contain any nickel. The aluminum alloy is used extensively in the aerospace industry and does contain other elements such as: magnesium, silicon, copper, iron, zinc, titanium, manganese and chromium.
We accept returns or exchanges within 45 days of purchase if the gear is unused and in like-new condition. Please send us an email at email@example.com and we'll forward you instructions on how to return or exchange your purchase. You can not return or exchange a custom belt, or belt that has been cut or altered.
A little history for you: The very first buckles started off on ancient battlefields, utilizing a new concept to secure helmets to soldiers' heads. Later, the commonly recognized "frame and prong" was applied to the waistline. Variations have since been made to the belt and buckle, however there have been no real improvements for hundreds of years. That's where we come in. We've done a study to estimate how much time per year is waisted on buckling typical prong and hook style belts and the results were amazing. See for yourself:
Our buckles when attached to our belts are designed to withstand 18kN (kiloNewtons) of force. What is a kiloNewton? One kiloNewton is approximately 225lbs. So our belts can withstand a force of 4050lbs (1837kg) !