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    Thoughts / Specs on Nylon Gun Belts & Leather - UPDATED.

    I would love a cobra belt maker to combine the 5.11 apex tactical rubber belt with cobra belt design and buckle .. Not as stiff as scuba webbing but still able to hold the weight . Not as difficult to thread through my kydex holster . It's thinner and just as durable .

    EDC is my 5.11 apex ( I hate the damn buckle )
    Would prefer my cobra as EDC but only currently use it when working .

    Hell my I will marry the two myself ! It's alive !!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ta2edff View Post
    I would love a cobra belt maker to combine the 5.11 apex tactical rubber belt with cobra belt design and buckle .. Not as stiff as scuba webbing but still able to hold the weight . Not as difficult to thread through my kydex holster . It's thinner and just as durable .

    EDC is my 5.11 apex ( I hate the damn buckle )
    Would prefer my cobra as EDC but only currently use it when working .

    Hell my I will marry the two myself ! It's alive !!!
    I'm assuming this is similar to Galco's Biothane and Maxpedition's Ligerthane? The $35 I spent on a Galco Biothane belt is some of the best money u ever spent. Stiff, durable, and light. I just wish someone made this style belt in brown and black and give the option to swap out with standard belt buckles.
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    Thoughts / Specs on Nylon Gun Belts & Leather - UPDATED.

    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainDooley View Post
    I'm assuming this is similar to Galco's Biothane and Maxpedition's Ligerthane? The $35 I spent on a Galco Biothane belt is some of the best money u ever spent. Stiff, durable, and light. I just wish someone made this style belt in brown and black and give the option to swap out with standard belt buckles.
    Not familiar with the galco , but yes similar to max's liger..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ta2edff View Post
    Not familiar with the galco , but yes similar to max's liger..
    Yeah, it's all the same thing. The generic term is biothane - it's been used in horse tack for years apparently.
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    I wear a leather Duluth Trading belt. It's thick. Took almost two years of wearing before it started to mold to my body.

    http://www.duluthtrading.com/store/p...cessor=content

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve S. View Post
    Kary is the man. I've got a lot of belts, but I can see my future purchases all being from Endeavor. Especially since I've shyed away from the 1.5" / 1" buckle with accent webbing style. Someone with a lot of experience running different belts put it well - "That style is like trying to put a square peg in a round hole". However, the Ares Ranger inparticular since it doesn't have any velcro, may be perfect for certain people. If you carry appendix or run a lot of gear on your support side - it could be helpful. For my situation, I think a 1.5" Cobra belt is the best bet. For heavier loads, the 1.75" Cobra works great. For lighter loads, the Wilderness style instructor belts are very nice.
    I agree; I have had a 1 1/2 inch black Endeavor belt for a few years. It has held up very well and I think is the best option.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Linea_de_Fuego View Post
    I agree; I have had a 1 1/2 inch black Endeavor belt for a few years. It has held up very well and I think is the best option.
    Unfortunately he seems to have disappeared after having less than stellar customer service.
    I would agree that he made a good product (I've worn my Endeavor cobra belt for the better part of 3 years I think), but there is more to business than a good product.

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