ID: 73141 (Belt-GC-OB-MC-SM)
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Add to Cart Add to Wishlist Features Designed to provide a stable and rigid platform for mounting your side arm, spare magazines and other equipment Inner belt system helps provide a comfortable and stable mounting foundation Loop pile lining adheres firmly to the hook lining of the exterior belt Inner belt can be worn as a tactical belt on its own Authentic Austri-Alpine Cobra Buckle Made in the USA
G-Codes Operators Belt is a dual belt system that incorporates a lightweight inner belt with outward facing loop pile. This inner belt is intended to be worn by weaving through the trouser belt-loops and secures with a low profile buckle. The inner belt can easily serve as a full function tactical belt all on its own. However, as part of the system the inner belt forms a comfortable and stable foundation for the load bearing 1 3/4 inch over-belt. The over- belt is lined with a mating hook material and secures, outside the trouser loops to the inner belt. Together they form a solid, comfortable, low profile, load bearing system. Additionally, this system combines with G-Codes new Static-Grip mounting accessories that lock the placement of your carry items to the belt.
When buying a belt, it is important to select the correct size based upon an accurate measurement. Your belt size is not the same as your pant or waist size; because your belt goes around you and your pants, tucked in shirt, and your underwear. Your belt size is usually 1 or 2 inches larger than your pant or waist size. G-CODE belts are primarily designed as an outer load bearing belt to carry your holster, magazine carriers, blow-out kit and any other essential items needed. G-CODE belts can also be worn in your belt loops just to hold your pants up. That in mind to get a proper measurement for your belt size using a tape measure, measure around what you will be wearing to determine what size belt you will need in inches. G-CODE Belts are measured by the actual usable length of the belt inside circumference, with a 4 inch adjustment parameter. Example a Large belt inside minimum circumference is 36 inches and can be adjusted out to 40 inches. If your measurement is between 36 and 40 inches you will need a Large.
(Write a review) "I picked one of these up a while ago. It was one of the only decent brands on evike who made a two piece belt that can accommodate bigger people.
I've been using it for just about a year now and I've fielded it a couple of times now. I have my belt setup with a couple mag pouches, first aid, and a safariland ubl midride holster setup.
- Nice stitching
- Loop inner belt and hook outer is a the proper way to build a two piece belt
- inner belt actually has a very small buckle which is EXCELLENT for getting the inner belt nice and tight.
- mounting belt slide pouches and holsters is very simple and pretty fast to modify
- This model of belt is *supposed* to be used with g-codes belt mount clips which go through the vertical slots that go along the outer belt. It does not work well with alternatives. However you can still mount traditional belt slide pouches no problem
-this may just be a personal issue with the size belt I got. But especially with kit on the outer belt it does not remain that rigid, which isn't necessarily a deal breaker however it'll help if you have ALOT of kit on the belt
-the inner belt can be kind of a pain to put on properly the buckle helps but I couldn't help but think that their buckle method was over designed.
Overall it works well for what it does. However there are cheaper belt options that don't have a slot/Molle system that in my opinion work better. Also pro tip, pickup some Velcro hook tape on Amazon and apply that to the belt hardware your using for your pouches. That way you'll get better Velcro engagement between your outer and inner belt Write a Review
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