IMPORTANT SIZING: When purchasing a Warlord Gun Belt, order 1 size up from your pant size. This will put you about dead center of the belt. If you're between sizes, order the next size up. If you plan on carrying a bunch of stuff, also order one size up.
Introducing Blackbeard Belts - Warlord Gun Belt. The Warlord Gun Belt is known as a military leader and is as tough as its name. The design includes, 4 steel Chicago screws that holds this belt together, coupled with a custom massive stainless steel buckle. Blackbeard Belts didn't stop there with the Warlord Gun Belt; they also include a large stainless steel belt keeper to further increase its indestructibility. This handsome + unique belt, doesn’t only hold a hand cannon to your waist, but screams Boss! Don’t carry pistols? No problem. This belt is a fashion statement and is built to last forever.
Blackbeard Belts used 9, 3/4" spaced oval holes to give you maximum comfort and adjust-ability. No more running out of holes, or worrying if you’re going to get a good fit.
The Warlord Gun Belt is made from a near indestructible Polymer coated nylon material which ensures no roll over or folding, zero stretch, and impermeable to all weather conditions, unlike natural leather belts. It resists water, sweat, dirt, chemicals, blood, and most other liquids and substances. This polymer coated nylon is rated for 4500 lbs, so nothing is breaking this belt. Cleaning only requires mild soap and water.
Perfect for daily wearing, wars, epidemics, civil unrest and for when SHTF. Holding up your pants or a broke belt should be the last thing to worry about.
• 1.5” Width
• Water, oil, blood, chemical resistant
• 4500 lbs tensile strength
• SOLID Stainless Steel Black coated Buckle
• SOLID Stainless Steel Black coated Belt Keeper
• 4 Steel Chicago Screws & Posts
• Precision Cut for high quality
This is my new favorite everyday carry belt. It’s rugged & rigid, but still comfortable, and doesn’t look overly tactical. It works with shorts, jeans or Tac pants. My only advice is to order your true belt size — that should leave plenty of room to cinch an IWB as well as hold an OWB without leaving too much extra wrapping around you.