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Old 01-17-2018, 12:42 AM
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Default CCW regular belt options on a budget?

Carry professionally in a suit on occasion so looking for something somewhat dressy but canít exactly break the bank right now, want to get it right the first time. Any suggestions? Thanks!
Carrying a full size and a compact if it helps.
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Carry professionally in a suit on occasion so looking for something somewhat dressy but canít exactly break the bank right now, want to get it right the first time. Any suggestions? Thanks!
Carrying a full size and a compact if it helps.
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Understood man. I guess I should rephrase myself as to say as budget friendly as we can get here while being safety conscious?
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I hate the save and wait answer. It's true to an extent, but there are also cost effective (not cheap) solutions. I get it, you're trying to be responsible with your money. it's a novel idea.
With that said, I wear a DeSantis E25 Belt. Not sure if it's nice enough for your suit up needs, but it's economical and it works. $25 and going strong after 4 years of carrying 50% of the time (admittedly, the other 50% is an LCP in pocket or ankle when it's not practical to carry a larger frame).
I believe Galco has some nicer looking belts that might pass the suit test. Those are going to run about $75 but I cannot personally speak upon their quality/wear.
Out of curiosity, what will you be carrying and where? Suit carry always intrigues me.
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Carry professionally in a suit on occasion so looking for something somewhat dressy but canít exactly break the bank right now, want to get it right the first time. Any suggestions? Thanks!
Carrying a full size and a compact if it helps.
If you live in OC or will be attending either the OC Gun Show or the Ontario Gun show stop by and give us a look. We have nice leather gun belts, at less than $60 that are the most comfortable you will ever wear. You can check out other threads on this topic, but the reason we started carrying this line is because our clients that dress in Armani or Hugo Boss suits wanted a gun belt that didn't look like a gun belt or were as uncomfortable as many are. You can always visit our Lake Forest location to look them over. If you have detailed questions that you can't find answered in other treads send me a PM.
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Kore makes a nice belt in looks and quality. I have their dress belt and it easy works for iwb for my LCR. I would imagine their gun specific belt would work great. About 50-70 bucks depending on configuration.
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https://www.hanksbelts.com/collections/mens-gun-belts
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Yeah go with Hanks, it is a well made basic belt that wont break the bank.
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Love my Kore, very nice. Ratcheting belts are awesome, I'll never go back to standard hole belts again. Ive heard good things about Hanks as well.
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Love my Kore, very nice.

Ratcheting belts are awesome, I'll never go back to standard hole belts again.

Ive heard good things about Hanks as well.
I also love my Kore belts for EDC...

https://www.koreessentials.com/collections/gun-belts

They are easy to adjust for whatever holster/pistol combination you choose.

They can be worn with anything, without screaming tactical/gun belt.

I'm wearing one now...
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Plus whatever the number is for Kore Belts. I use one too.
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Forgot to mention it but yea, the ratcheting system is awesome.
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This $8 off deal at Hanks is good through tomorrow
Code STITCHEDSAVE8

Good only on the Gunner Stitched belt
https://www.hanksbelts.com/collectio...led-carry-belt
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I wear a Hanks for work, and one for casual/dress.
Great belts!
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Hanks owner here as well...
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Hanks xtreme looks a lot like the Crossbreed Classic Gun belt I just bought on sale for $60 delivered.
http://www.crossbreedholsters.com/be...-gun-belt.html
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Hanks is great, as is Kore and a few others... but getting a quality gun belt for less than $50 is probably going to prove elusive.
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There's always the Thirty Dollar Gun Belt. Any guesses on how much it costs?

I just received my Kore today. I'm pretty impressed.

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I got the Thirty Dollar Gun Belt to occasionally carry a Sig P229, but wear the belt daily even when not carrying. I like it, but wouldn't think it dressy enough to wear with a suit. But that is a matter of taste. I would visit Grantar2

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Recently ordered one of these SuperBio gun belts. (see top of page while navigating they're offering 20% off)


https://www.daltechforce.com/collect...rbio-gun-belts

Some good reviews online. Fair price if it last longer than most.
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Recently ordered one of these SuperBio gun belts. (see top of page while navigating they're offering 20% off)


https://www.daltechforce.com/collect...rbio-gun-belts

Some good reviews online. Fair price if it last longer than most.
Daltech force makes a number different belts, and the SuperBio is great. (I sell Daltech Force products so full disclosure).

The belt is more than most CCW's need. It is very good for a 4 day at Front Sight or 3 gun. It's also great if your line of work is around chemicals like oil, or whatever. Very durable (will tow a pick up truck - the strength is that good), and impervious to stains. The hardware buckle etc wont work with a suit.

There stuff is no BS tough. I have used mine OWB full size S&W .40 and 8 mags in a rain storm, no worries. Wouldn't be my choice for CCW with a Shield?
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I got the Thirty Dollar Gun Belt to occasionally carry a Sig P229, but wear the belt daily even when not carrying. I like it, but wouldn't think it dressy enough to wear with a suit. But that is a matter of taste. I would visit Grantar2
I wear Kore Essential belts as well. But if I lived down south and needed a belt or holster Iíd at least visit Grantar2 first.
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If you live in OC or will be attending either the OC Gun Show or the Ontario Gun show stop by and give us a look. We have nice leather gun belts, at less than $60 that are the most comfortable you will ever wear. You can check out other threads on this topic, but the reason we started carrying this line is because our clients that dress in Armani or Hugo Boss suits wanted a gun belt that didn't look like a gun belt or were as uncomfortable as many are. You can always visit our Lake Forest location to look them over. If you have detailed questions that you can't find answered in other treads send me a PM.
I was at the Ontario Show a few weeks ago. I meet Mrs. Grantar and she worked with me on a set (black and brown) of these ratcheting belts. They are kind of dressy for my everyday attire, golf short and polo, cause you never know when a golfing opportunity will arise.

These are the most comfortable belts I have ever owned. love the ratcheting system, you can adjust not only based on the pistol and holster you are carrying that day, but also on what you are currently doing, walking, running, sitting etc. and do it very quickly without much fuss.

Thanks Mrs. Grantar, now hopefully they release some more casual ones............for us slobs.
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My go to, even in suit pants.

https://www.511tactical.com/leather-casual-belt-15.html
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I wear this belt daily for dressy and casual carry. Nice sturdy belt and ratchets.

https://missionbelt.com/collections/...gun-metal-belt
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Recently ordered one of these SuperBio gun belts. (see top of page while navigating they're offering 20% off)


https://www.daltechforce.com/collect...rbio-gun-belts

Some good reviews online. Fair price if it last longer than most.

I just bought one of Daltech Forceís No Buckle SuperBio belts off Ebay....it was only $34.99, vs. off their site where itís maybe $40-45.

No buckle, uses Velcro.

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I use a Kore belt as well. Love the ratcheting belt, so much more adjustment that stays where you set it.

I have a 5.11 TDU double duty belt with slip type buckle and it works but is not as easy to adjust tight (takes a few minor adjustments) or keep tight. I end up adjusting it a few times a day.
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I am a big fan of both Flagrant Beard (LAPG has them), and Crossbreed Executive series. Both are high quality and just look like a belt! my $.02
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New to CCW myself but I purchased a Nexbelt (adjustable ratcheting system) and love it! Sometimes I find the belt is a little too snug when sitting or too loose when standing and the ratchet makes it SUPER EASY AND UNNOTICEABLE when adjusting. I purchased the nylon belt and cannot speak high enough about it!!
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Love my Kore, very nice. Ratcheting belts are awesome, I'll never go back to standard hole belts again. Ive heard good things about Hanks as well.
Just got one but have only worn it around the house. It seems amazing so far and I paid around $60 for it. It's a very nice looking belt too.
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I was at the Ontario Show a few weeks ago. I meet Mrs. Grantar and she worked with me on a set (black and brown) of these ratcheting belts. They are kind of dressy for my everyday attire, golf short and polo, cause you never know when a golfing opportunity will arise.

These are the most comfortable belts I have ever owned. love the ratcheting system, you can adjust not only based on the pistol and holster you are carrying that day, but also on what you are currently doing, walking, running, sitting etc. and do it very quickly without much fuss.

Thanks Mrs. Grantar, now hopefully they release some more casual ones............for us slobs.
They have the tactical nylon. They are working on a carbon fiber style, much like the belts they make for Corvette. I wear the Nylon belts when golfing.
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Just a note Nexbelt has a new Appendix carry buckle that retains the 2,000lb break strength of the standard buckle, but is designed not to interfere AIWB carry. I have not been able to obtain any samples to test yet. (We test everything even from trusted sources) but prototype looked good.
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I hate the save and wait answer. It's true to an extent, but there are also cost effective (not cheap) solutions. I get it, you're trying to be responsible with your money. it's a novel idea.
With that said, I wear a DeSantis E25 Belt. Not sure if it's nice enough for your suit up needs, but it's economical and it works. $25 and going strong after 4 years of carrying 50% of the time (admittedly, the other 50% is an LCP in pocket or ankle when it's not practical to carry a larger frame).
I believe Galco has some nicer looking belts that might pass the suit test. Those are going to run about $75 but I cannot personally speak upon their quality/wear.
Out of curiosity, what will you be carrying and where? Suit carry always intrigues me.

Ditto on the Desantis. I've worn a few out over the years but have never been unhappy with the performance and retention.

$25 is cheap. (check Amazon) sometimes they are down to $16. But seriously if you can't spend $25. on a good belt and $50. to $100 on a good holster how are you going to afford to train?

Haven't tried Grantar's Nexbelt yet, but will defiantly get one next time I see him at a show.
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Just bought a Kore. The ratchet is pure awesomeness! Best belt I have ever owned- thin, Rigid and light.
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For classier situations or when I want maximum flexibility, I choose the Ares Gear Aegis belt. Very micro adjustable and holds heavy guns well. This belt is VERY stiff and doesn't sag at all.

For more casual days and when it needs to support less weight, I choose the Blue Alpha Gear Low Profile EDC belt.
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Just bought a Kore. The ratchet is pure awesomeness! Best belt I have ever owned- thin, Rigid and light.
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You guys who swear by leather need to try a Kore. I was a skeptic too but I've switched and haven't looked back.
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