Really in my mind the belt is just as if not more important than the holster for proper concealment. You can conceal a bad holster with a good belt better than you can a great holster with a crap belt. Of course YMMV, but a belt isn't a place I'd try to save too many pennies on.
Sorry, but most of my belts are in that price range.
While you may save a dollar or two now, it has been my expirience that you will spend more over time as you will be replacing the belt more frequently. If nylon is your thing I have no reservations about Wildeness Tactical belts, and in fact I'll probably buy one soon.
The belt makers I use, in no particular order are:
The Belt Man
I have also used Kramer, Milt Sparks and will be using a Del Fatti soon. All the names I've mentioned I have no problems recommending and would use any of them in a heartbeat.
Pay a lot now, or pay more over time later, your choice.
Don Hume makes an excellent double thick belt that supports my full size 1911 and looks nice enough to were as a dress belt to work. I own 2, one black and one cordovan. I think they were about $55.00 each and have good brass hardware.
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