I’m a big guy. I wear out clothes like nobody’s business. One article of clothing that I seem to destroy is belts. Because I’m a big guy and I like wider belts, I tend to purchase a few at a time when I find a good deal. But regardless of the brand, stitching, and price, the end result is usually the same. I destroy the belt sooner than I would like.
This seems to have changed!
I was sent the Indestructibelt to review. I really didn’t have much hope for it. But it is one piece of gear or article of clothing that has really surprised me! In fact, I liked it so much that I purchased a brown belt!
I’ve been wearing the belt now for over nine weeks, usually 6 days a week. I haven’t experienced any breakdown of the belt, stretching or any other wear. The only belt that I can compare it to is a leather belt that I purchased at a gun show a while back. That belt was made to be thick and rigid enough to handle the weight of concealed carry. It cost double the price of the Indestructibelt and I could see wear on it not long after I purchased it.
The Indestructibelt features:
- 100% made in the USA by US Workers
- High-strength, high-tech, tested and proven, leather-like textured polymer with an internal integrated nylon webbing with pull test strengths up to 4500 psi
- Resists water, oil, dirt, chemicals, and harsh outdoor environments
- Resistance to salt water (sweat) stress cracking
- Has a lifetime warranty against defects
- Cleans up with soapy water
- Solid heavy duty stainless steel buckle
- Belt is held together with screw fasteners for ultra-strong holding power
Can you conceal carry with it? Yes! It is rigid enough and will hold up to the weight of your pistol. This is something that I remember the late Paul Gomez discussing, early in my preparedness, when he talked about it in his EDC video.
To purchase an Indestructibelt, visit — CLICK HERE.
See the PIC Review Below… You can see the value and sturdiness of this belt…
Purchasing the Indestructibelt is a smart purchase! You’ll be glad you did!
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