Belt for hunting

mnaylo3

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These Graith Specialist belts are very popular with all the pistol nerds I know. Webbing and stiffness are similar to the Wilderness Instructor 5-stitch, but MUCH lower profile buckle that is more comfortable under a pack. I have the previous generation with a slightly different buckle and like it much better than my old Wilderness belt. Supports a Glock 19 sized gun well and still flexible enough for appendix carry.

I have no direct experience with the gen 2 buckle but still looks low profile.
 

Gutshotem

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These Graith Specialist belts are very popular with all the pistol nerds I know. Webbing and stiffness are similar to the Wilderness Instructor 5-stitch, but MUCH lower profile buckle that is more comfortable under a pack. I have the previous generation with a slightly different buckle and like it much better than my old Wilderness belt. Supports a Glock 19 sized gun well and still flexible enough for appendix carry.

I have no direct experience with the gen 2 buckle but still looks low profile.

Website says they are no longer making these.

Anyone else have any suggestions for something low profile enough to wear under a pack but rigid enough to support a holster??
 
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I didn't like the belt because I have found that when in climbers and ladder stands that the holsters or pouches will hang on your stand when you twist or stand up and thats not a good thing. Could cause you to fall or drop the top of a climber. Every time you raise or lower the top of a climber it hits the items on the belt! Just my .02!
 

Hill Difficulty

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Website says they are no longer making these.

Anyone else have any suggestions for something low profile enough to wear under a pack but rigid enough to support a holster??
I described a particular Blue Alpha Gear belt on another recent belt topic. Their 1.5" low profile EDC belt is best I can suggest. It's a true one-hander, no metal, 2 oz ballpark, zero-slip.
 

work765

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Well it’s a two handed operation to tighten the belt, I hate that because once I get to camp and get everything set up, my hands are already wrecked from everything and the last thing I want to do is deal with a belt. I found it to be too slippery. I’d give it to you if you lived near me lol
I wasn’t sure if I was the only one who hated putting this damn thing off and on again. Good to know I’m not alone


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NCSURodney

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I wear the Patagonia adjustable ones. The older thicker modes work better and don’t wiggle lose
 

Mable300

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I use the Kuiu belt. very thin, won’t dig into you when you pack’s waistbelt strapped real tight when your packin out heavy..
 
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