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USMC Military MOLLE Eagle Industries Padded War Belt Khaki Sz32 FSBE MLCS SFLCS
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- 46 PALS attachment points
- 3 d rings
- ITW Nexus Buckle
- Fully extended belt fits up to 45"
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Top Customer Reviews
All in all, I like the belt...it is un-issued and brand new and the stitching and workmanship (minus the buckle) seem more than adequate.
The product I received was EXACTLY like the product photos and description. There seems to be some confusion amongst reviewers about the color, but I can only confirm that the belt I am holding in my hands is LIGHT OLIVE DRAB, not brownish at all. The photos seem spot on. The belt I received also has METAL attachments for suspenders, not plastic. They are painted and I can see someone believing that they "feel" somewhat like plastic. The belt's stitching looks heavy duty (double and triple runs throughout) and the flat dark earth ITW buckle should not fail. The padding is firm and comfortable. It is not as nice as some of the more modern belts you can find on the market such as HSGI, OSOE, and VTAC (just to name a few premium belts). You just have to decide what you want to spend and go from there. This belt provides tremendous value for the occasional user. If I was an instructor or hard-core class taker, I would get something better. I plan to use it as a first line system for pistol/carbine training and HD. I will attach two primary and secondary mag pouches, a dump pouch, and a utility pouch for a multi-tool, flashlight, or third pistol mag. I may also attach a IFAK, but my goal is to keep it as light as possible and delegate other items to my second line (plate carrier). This would be ideal as a grab-n-go system. Dons/doffs quick and easy.
Here are the things that I think make the belt somewhat antiquated: 1.) Lack of stiffness. Besides the padding there is nothing added to stiffen the inner and outer belt.Read more ›
Edit: I have now done away with taping the belt straps to keep them from loosening. I unstitched the ends of the straps,and added a metal triglide on each side to feed the straps through. This keeps the belt from loosening, looks a lot better, and is much more durable.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Its a good system, recommend HSGI but this is a good alternative. That being said DO NOT put your pistol on it, It weighs too much and it'll just wobble around. Read morePublished 4 hours ago by Amazon Customer
**note** i have a 29" waist, and i had to pull the buckles all the way til they nearly went inside the molle strap to get a semi-tight fit. Read morePublished 16 days ago by Justin
i placed a order for the molle belt for a security job i have tm. recieved a package that only had a dump pouch. and to top it off the strap with the snaps is sewed on backwards. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Mike
Good war belt. Stays put solidly even with weight on it. Not a lot of bells and whistles, just gets the job done without breaking the bank. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Jason Manning
Well made light weight battle belt. I wear a size 34" pants which are a little loose. This belt fits with little belt left for additional tightening. Read morePublished 9 months ago by J. T. Morton
Great quality for the price. Using as a battle belt. Does the job for me.Published 10 months ago by heavyd
Looks great to me. I wear 34 to 36 size jeans and the molle comes to the points on the front of my hips. Everything looks like it is well stitched and brand new. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Bradley M Stanhope