The Beltman Belts Comfortable?

The Beltman Belts Comfortable?

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    The Beltman Belts Comfortable?

    OK I hear nothing but good stuff about Beltman belts- it's sounds like they are top of the line- my question is everyone says how stiff they are and how that is such a good thing. Of course it's good cause it'll hold up my gun- but is it comfortable to wear???
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    with all the echoes....YES!!! i wear mine both for cc and as the inner belt under my duty rig. Color and leather holding up well, pretty stiff just regular old cowhide, and is more comfortable than any other belt I've worn.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NRATodd View Post
    OK I hear nothing but good stuff about Beltman belts- it's sounds like they are top of the line- my question is everyone says how stiff they are and how that is such a good thing. Of course it's good cause it'll hold up my gun- but is it comfortable to wear???
    Very comfortable. More so than any "regular" belt I've ever owned.
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    Same here, most comfortable belt I own.
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    Most comfortable belt I own. I wear it 24/7...even when on campus and deprived of my 2A rights.
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    wow OK best belt and comfortable- I guess I'll just have to buy one and see what everyone is talking about....i just seems weird to me that something so stiff can be comfortable but I'll take the plunge anyway :)
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    Yes X's two. I wear my Beltman and also have a Milt Sparks belt. The Beltman is as comfortable, less expensive and you can obtain it faster. Great customer service.

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    I wear no belts but my Beltmans these days. They are incredibly comfortable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kazzaerexys View Post
    I wear no belts but my Beltmans these days. They are incredibly comfortable.
    Same here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kazzaerexys View Post
    I wear no belts but my Beltmans these days. They are incredibly comfortable.
    Me 2 !

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    just ordered it now begins the painful wait
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    My 1.25 inch Beltman in horsehide started off as my business attire duty belt but it quickly became my all-the-time belt.

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    I have 2 Beltman belts, both 1 1/2", both Velcro lined, one Black and one Brown.

    I wear the brown one all the time, even when I'm not carrying a gun on it. I haven't ever worn a belt as comfortable as these. I only wear the black one rarely, maybe twice a year.

    My black belt is still straight, but I've worn my brown one so much that it's formed to me a little bit. I actually wouldn't mind if it was a tiny bit stiffer, but I like the way it fits now. Like I said, I hardly wear any of my other belts, so it must be working.

    I don't take care of it all that well, and I bend it when I'm putting it on (the way his page says not to do), and it still looks good enough to wear with dress clothes after a year.

    I'd have to say I highly recommend Beltman belts, and I will no doubt be buying more of them.

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    I just ordered 2 belts tonight. Got tired of replacing mine every 6 months with similar "cheaply" Made in China ones. Hopefully now that Christmas has passed the wait will be shorter.
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    Use his belts all the time. Stiff enough to carry my Glocks, but not uncomfortable.
    Well made, durable, fair price & reasonable delivery time. You won't be disappointed. Can't say that about some of the other makers belts I've used. When I need a belt, I give my business to the Beltman.

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