The LEGACY COBRA RIGGERS BELT features double ply of 1.75” Type 7 webbing (non-rated with breaking strength of 6,000 lbs.) and an AUSTRIALPIN 1.75” COBRA BUCKLE (9kN). The 1.75” webbing will fit through most trouser belt loops and is stiff enough for the user to use with a Kydex or Leather Holster and also features a sewn loop to attach retention lanyards.
We chose to use the best buckle on the market, the patented AustriAlpin CORBA buckle, which are also the strongest and safest! The quick releases are without equal and will not open while under load. Machined from the highest grade 7075 Aluminum alloy and feature solid brass and stainless streel components. Combined with quality stitching, this belt is one of the best and most durable on the market and hand crafted to meet all of your tactical needs.
The AWC Micro Belt has a tubular nylon core with a tensile strength of 6,000 lbs., an AustriAlpin 1” Cobra Buckle of 18kn or approximately 4,500 tensile strength and an AustriAlpin D Ring with a tensile strength of 5,000 lbs. making a rugged belt that would rip the end user in half before failing; but not to worry it has .25” closed cell foam for the end users comfort. It also has a .030” strip of plastic to aid in rigidity and securing your holster. On the outside are three stripes of .75” webbing. YKK loop lines the inside of the Micro Belt. Proudly made in the USA.
AWC keeps nylon gear in-stock, but great numbers are made to order; therefore AWC tactical nylon items are not listed as live inventory. All AWC tactical gear is handcrafted to meet your tactical needs. To stay in-line with providing superior quality, please allow 2-8 weeks for delivery.
The Legacy Raider Padded Molle Belt is build with 500 Denier Cordura. It features an internal layer of Scuba Webbing that adds rigidity, reduces sag, and allows the user to add in a pistol holster or other drop down platform without wasting precious molle space. Attaching pouches to the belt allows one to scale to the threat! For example; if you wanted to climb down a well or through a sewer, having your armor on might not be the best choice. Having mainline items on your belt allows you to remove your armor and still have the bare essentials to stay in the fight.