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    In a previous post it was stated that they work with both belt loops or hooks


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    I wear mine with all beltlooped pants. Haven't had many so dainty that it wont fit.
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    Fat Boy Belt! Don't let the name fool you, he makes all sizes. I know Curt, he's a great guy and makes a fantastic belt. It's a bit different than others in the way it works. I've been wearing one for a month now and absolutely love it. All my holsters carry better on this belt. I've got a black and brown. I don't think I'll ever have to buy another belt unless I grow out of these. They sure won't break! It's one piece of 14-16 oz harness leather. No stitching on the belt itself since it's one piece. It's very stiff vertically, but still wears great. I talked him into joining over here and he's on occasionally. Username is gunbelt.

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    I have one of these, two years old and barely broken in. I'll be getting another this spring.

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    Beltman.net is excellent - highly recommended. I have had one for 5+ years and it's still going strong. If I took better care of it, it would pass as new.

    Nylon belts are good too - but not the same as a good double layer belt.

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    I wear the Disse Gear Anyday belt. Very rigid to hold up any rig, IWB or OWB. Comes in both brown and black and can be worn with jeans or slacks. And, they are reasonably priced. If you intend to wear IWB, follow their sizing instructions and you'll have just the right size.

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    If you can, spend more on your belt than you do on your holster. If you carry IWB, you can skimp a little on belt thickness and rigidness (unless you carry a SIG or full size steel 1911) but the better the belt the more comfort you have. I really like the Aker B21 belt. Stiff as you want and comfy, yet affordable ($50ish).
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    Cool

    Black belt in first photo is a Cross Breed . crossbreedholsters.com

    The brown belt in the second photo is a Beltman. thebeltman.net

    Both are 1 1/2" wide.

    Both are 2 ply quality leather.

    photo.jpg SP-101 in a Side Guard Quick Clip holster. sideguardholsters.com
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    photo.jpg Glock 23 in a High Noon Public Secret holster. www.highnoonholsters.com
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    Wild Bill's Concealment in Garner, N.C. I recently purchased both brown and black to replace the ones I got 15 years ago. Those still work fine but are getting a little weatherbeaten.

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    I am going to go with one from Hanks Clothing - Amish Belts - Black - They are available in black or brown. I wear a black belt 99.9% of the time so I am going to go with that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brady View Post
    I have one of these, two years old and barely broken in. I'll be getting another this spring.

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    Tennessee holster company. I have their heavy leather belt. Great belt. Great customer service. I ordered on Tuesday and it was at the house on Friday.

    I carry a xds and a xdm .40 compact 3.8. Great support.

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    +1 on the Wilderness 5 stitch, I love mine.

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    The 5.11 Operator belt is really tough and will not loosen up. The 1" 3/4 " width works well.
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