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Why you need a Gun Belt for concealed carry
You know the feeling all too well...constantly having to pull up your pants because the weight of your firearm on your hip is just too much for your department store belt to handle. It can be annoying, uncomfortable and unsafe. Even worse, you may choose to not bring your firearm with you everyday because the dress code may require your pants to be around your waist the entire day! Being more comfortable is only the beginning; there are plenty of reasons you must wear a gun belt if you are carrying a gun.When people start carrying concealed they often focus...
How to Select the Right Tactical Belt
Belts have a long history as part of a soldier’s gear. Medieval troops often wore as many as three belts– one to hold their clothing together, one for their pouches and a third for their sword. Today, they’re as important as ever.Military fashions come and go, of course. In the late 80s, British combat trousers still had buttons in the waistband for attaching the issue braces (suspenders, to Americans). The thinking behind this was that wearing two belts – one to hold the trousers up and the other, a couple of layers further out but holding a lot of weight,...
EDC Belt Shopping Hacks
There's a lot more to a tactical belt than keeping your pants up, so keep these tips in mind while you shop: Tactical belts without holes offer micro-adjustability for a custom fit – without holes, you can size the belt just right for work, the range or EDC. Belts made from fade-resistant and fray-resistant materials tend to last longer. An integrated D-ring and a quick-release buckle, often characteristic of rigger's belts, offer "one-time fit and forget" functionality. Belt width doesn't always correspond to stability, but generally, the wider a belt is, the less likely it is to twist and sag...
EMS and First Responders Belts
Strong enough for all your accessories, adaptable belts like the 1.75" Operator Belt can convert to a tie down, a carry strap or an emergency harness for added support in a range of situations. Others, like the Fairwin V-Ring Belt, are ergonomically designed for all-day comfort that stays out of your way. Look for sturdy belts made from nylon that enable you to attach medical pouches and emergency tools.
Military and Law Enforcement Belts
Military and law enforcement belts need to be mission-ready. Like concealed carry and open carry belts, they need to be stiff and sturdy, but in many cases, they need to be even tougher to hold additional gear. Quality duty belts like the 1.75" Double Duty Belt are made with multiple rows of reinforced stitching for added stability. Purpose-built duty belts like the Sierra Bravo Duty Belt Kit are Fairwin compatible for ultimate versatility on any mission.