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Sizing InformationSMALL (up to 34")MEDIUM (up to 41")LARGE (41"-51")
Very good quality. Definitely too bulky and hard to cinch down and make tight. I personally cannot use the buckle, have to just use the Velcro. I would not recommend this belt for everyday use. If you find yourself in a constant emergency position of having to remove your turnout gear in order to rappel downward during an emergency than this is for you. They also run very big with no real way of cutting them down to size.
Finally decided to try the belt out after going through my fair share of belts from the retail stores. I must say, this is a dang nice duty belt for the FD. It was recommended to me by 3 other firemen and I don't regret buying it. I'd definitely recommend it.
Very heavy duty, quality belt. The hardware is very robust. Only problem I had was the sizing. Small says up to 34; which is true; the belt itself is 34 inches long; but there's barely any tail left to weave through the buckle. I have a 32 inch waist and I still found it difficult. Only bummer is I got free shipping and now have to pay to return because of sizing inaccuracies.
I have several of these belts and I generally agree with the other positive reviews. The exception is sizing for a medium waste size 35" to 37". Small won't fit and medium is too big for the velcro to function because there is only about 4 inches of it on the inside end of the belt. It is OK if you don't have mag carriers on your belt but if you do, it is impossible to take advantage of the inside velcro at the tip of the inside of the belt. A size between small and medium would most likely solve the problem. Most people using this belt will use it with a couple or perhaps more mag carriers. There is also no way one can cut a medium size to fit, without losing the velcro at the inside end of the belt. Bottom line, the belt needs to be offered in more sizes.
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