Anyone Use Concealment Solutions Kydex Lined Belts?

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    Anyone Use Concealment Solutions Kydex Lined Belts?

    So I am in the market for a new gun belt. I have been looking around, and found a very intriguing product, the Concealment Solutions kydex-lined belt. It sounds like it would work well, but before I spend my money, I would like to see if anyone uses one, and if so, what they think of it.
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    I have a Looper Reinforced Holster Belt that has the kydex inner liner and it works good. I think several belt makers offer kydex inner liner as an option.

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    I think the liner is overkill unless your carrying a gun over 38 ounces.
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    Using a belt with reinforcement also helps if your "love handles" are adding stress in addition to the IWB holster...

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    I have two of their leather belts, the things are bomb proof. I could not see needing the kydex...they are very stiff as is. Maybe after a few years of wear they would loosed up a bit. I guess if you aren't sacrificing comfort the kydex couldn't hurt...

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    Quote Originally Posted by NCW Ray View Post
    I have a Looper Reinforced Holster Belt that has the kydex inner liner and it works good. I think several belt makers offer kydex inner liner as an option.
    I have the same belt. I think I will purchase a full leather belt though. It's pretty stiff and I would like something a little more supple, if you will.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cuchulain View Post
    I have the same belt. I think I will purchase a full leather belt though. It's pretty stiff and I would like something a little more supple, if you will.
    I had a leather belt (beltman). It was no more supple than my Liger (reinforced with kydex), but it was a lot thicker. It didn't work at all with some holsters because of the thickness. The Liger works great.
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