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8 Legs Web Belts Survival Belt Review

Discussion in 'Shooting Gear and Storage' started by Jackal, May 20, 2013.

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  1. Jackal

    Jackal Member

    Mar 9, 2006
    Northwest Washington
    I want to preface this by saying that I am no more than a customer of 8 Legs Web Belts and not affiliated in any other way.

    I, like many other have had a difficult time finding a good quality belt that would be comfortable, supportive and high quality. I have been through many of the cheapo leather belts from WalMart, Goodwill, etc. I have also tried a few heavy duty belts made with conceal carry in mind and while they were sturdy, they were also uncomfortable and they did not breath well.

    Enter 8 Legs Web Belts.

    I ordered my belt from http://www.8legswebbelts.com in late December. It arrived promptly and I was immediately impressed. Its built from all American materials, by an American. It comes with a great warranty and he answered a few questions I had same day via email. Its its strong enough to tow a car, it will hold my pants up.:D

    Craftsmanship is very good. Its woven very tightly and I opted for the optional belt loop. Sizing is spot on. Belt breathes very well and its not too hot. Buckle is high quality 511 Tactical as are the 2 buttons/screws. Price is spot on, only a few dollars more than a similar belt from China.

    After 6 months of use, it shows zero signs of wear. Its simply the best belt I have ever owned, bar none. I strongly suggest sending your next belt order his way. Here's a pic after 6 months (good as new).

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  2. B!ngo

    B!ngo Member

    Dec 11, 2011
    That looks like an excellent belt. And 100' of spare cordage stored with my GHB (get home bag) clothes would seem to be valuable (so long as my pants don't fall down after deployment).
    I am also interested in his sling. I bought a paracord sling a while ago for a PCC but it was not adjustable as his is.
    Thanks for the review,
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