The World’s Strongest Gun Belt: 10% Off With Free Shipping

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Made from 7075 aluminum and Mil-spec webbing, Klik Belts are designed to withstand 4,050 lbs of force. They’re available in various belt and buckle colors and finishes, with and without a D-ring, in both 1.5″ and 1.75″ widths with one, two, or three ply webbing. Normally just $58 and up, right now all belts, dog collars, and key chain loops are 10% off with code WPMA. What’s more, worldwide shipping is FREE.

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  1. avatar Curtis in IL says:

    Stiff and strong are different qualities. You don’t need a belt with two tons of tensile strength to hold up your pants and your gun. You need one that’s stiff enough that it won’t twist or droop under the weight of the holster.

    1. avatar tsbhoa.p.jr says:

      mr. ed?

    2. avatar CueBaller says:

      Stiff and strong are different qualities.

      ^^That.

      I don’t care if it can tow a multi-ton truck if it’s going to sag under the weight of my carry gun.

      Fail.

      1. avatar Sampson Simpson says:

        In the picture, you can see the slight sag from the weight of the buckle. Fail is right.

    3. avatar Jeremy S. says:

      I own a similar belt — your typical “instructor belt” — that’s 2-ply webbing, which is stiff enough in that vertical direction to handle the weight of my all-steel competition gun carried OWB plus four extra, 19-round mags. According to the blurb up top, Klik Belt offers theirs in 1-, 2-, and 3-ply webbing for casual through duty use. I think they have you covered.

    4. avatar Sampson Simpson says:

      Exactly. And if it can be rolled up as shown in the picture, it’s not stiff enough. It’s utterly unsuitable for carrying firearms.

  2. avatar James says:

    And a belt that can withstand 4000lbs+ of force is important why? I’m not THAT fat

    1. avatar joe3 says:

      Me neither!

      And I hate that music.
      And my wife doesn’t have tats.
      And they didn’t show how to adjust it for length.
      And what are all those hieroglyphics on the buckle?
      And I trimmed the edges of the ends my military web belt even though they are in the inside, not showing on the outside like on this belt, which looks like it needs keepers to hold the ends.

      /yes I would like some cheese.

  3. avatar David says:

    That’s a good looking seat belt/cargo strap! ? Don’t think it’s going to replace leather or leather look alikes for dress wear.

  4. avatar -Peter says:

    And it looks great with a suit! /sarc

    1. avatar Mark N. says:

      Agreed. I cannot imagine any man would wear this belt with a business suit ever. By contrast, my leather gun belt is entirely incognito.

  5. avatar million says:

    What do y’all recommend for a good stiff leather carry belt? I’ve seen plenty but want to get the reviews before dropping $60-90.

    1. avatar Jeremy S. says:

      In actual leather, I recently reviewed a CCW belt from Kore Essentials and one from Bigfoot Gun Belts. Just got an e-mail press release this morning about a 1/4″ thick bullhide leather belt from Savoy Leather, which looks quite nice but I have no experience with it.

      But the webbing belts like these Klik Belts often offer even more vertical/torsional support while still being bendy in the direction that you want a belt to be, plus offering infinite adjustment and that click-lock Cobra buckle, which many people love. They’re great for standing up to the weight of lots of belt-mounted gear and, especially with the D-ring, can be used for belaying and dragging stuff and rescue (for Operators, obvs). They’re great for range days and pistol/carbine courses, competition, etc., and they don’t get scratched up. Plus, they’re PETA approved 😉

      1. avatar Geoff says:

        And Bigfoot Gun Belts are steel reinforced.

    2. avatar strych9 says:

      For carry while dressed up my wife got me the one at the link below. Works well. Might be the one Jeremy (?) reviewed a while back.

      Ha! I guess not since he beat me on the reply.

      http://amzn.to/2tjHNRy

    3. avatar James Earl Hoffa says:

      I’ve been using Galco leather that is reinforced with some type of polymer inside and I’ve had the same belt going on for years and it holds a full-size 1911 outside the waistband without any canting or drooping whatsoever. But then again I don’t think I could tow my Jeep out of a ditch with it LOL. When officers use nylon webbed gear for Duty holsters they have an outer belt and a velcro Inner Belt with belt Keepers that lock the two belts together and they usually put the belt Keepers in front and behind their holster so that it keeps it very much secure as well as on their left or other side for the magazine and pepper gas or whatever you may carry on your belt but the bottom line is they don’t use nylon belts by themselves they use an inner nylon belt and then an outer two inch nylon belt with belt Keepers that attach to both belts and snap together or Velcro. Auntie tag did a review on another belt that look twice as good earlier this year. I just didn’t find the belt very attractive looking whatsoever especially with that slide Loop adjustment right next to the Buckle that looks stupid.

      1. avatar Ing says:

        Auntie Tag… I know it’s just a typo (a speak-o?) but I like it. I think that’s what I’m going to call TTAG from here on out. 🙂

    4. avatar Mark N. says:

      The Belt Man was always an old stand by. I have a Bull Belt from Daltechforce that I’ve been wearing for a couple of years that I like very much.

    5. avatar knightofbob says:

      I’ve been really happy with the Lenwood hybrid. Built like a tank, looks like a belt.

      The biggest downside is that they’re made to order, so you probably won’t see it for a month after you pay for it.

      1. avatar million says:

        I like the looks of that Lenwood. Reminds me of a Hanks “old world”.

    6. avatar Jay says:

      Magpul Tejas belt, owned a black leather one since it came out. Can barely tell I’ve worn it for the past 2 years. And supports my edc carry/ or my fullsize owb just fine

  6. avatar strych9 says:

    I find the polished aluminium/black appealing.

  7. avatar Alan Esworthy says:

    This may be just what I’ve been looking for. I pocket carry, so twist resistance isn’t important, but I carry a lot of stuff in pockets, so stiffness and very little stretch is.

    TL/DR:
    I’m retired and live on the Gulf coast of Florida, so it’s quite warm and I don’t GAS about dressing up. Cargo shorts 98% of the time, and the other 2% is mostly funerals. They don’t call this region “God’s Waiting Room” for nothing. I loaded my pockets and weighed myself before and after putting on the shorts (Duluth Trading fire hose cargos). 10 lbs. Yeow. I’d post pics on EDC but nobody would believe I actually have all this on me virtually all the time: Ruger LC9s Pro, 7+1, in a DeSantis Nemesis, two 9-rd mags, fat Swiss Army knife, light, small tape measure, large wad of keys, fat wallet, coin purse, oversize smart phone, sweat band, bandanna, and a few gold coins for extreme emergencies. Yeah, that belt is looking pretty good.

  8. avatar LKB says:

    Meh. If you want to go with a cobra buckle tactical belt that’s flexible enough to roll up, the one from Fighter Design is near perfect. Stylish? Fugetaboutit. Indestructable? Damn near.

  9. avatar No one of consequence says:

    Do the ends of the buckle fit through belt loops, or does it need to be disassembled to actually thread it onto the pants?

    If it fits through the loops great. If not, no thank you very much, it’s too much of a hassle. And hassles don’t get used if there’s any alternative, as far as I’m concerned. I have enough stress in my life, I don’t need an argument with my belt.

    1. avatar strych9 says:

      I would imagine so but I can’t say for sure.

      I have a belt with a *similar* buckle and it passes through just fine. I do however off set the buckle on to my left hip as a “hack” for more comfortable carry.

      That belt is a Kuhl.

    2. avatar Ken says:

      Yes, they have to be taken apart, which is why I quit wearing one. It’s a real pain in the ass and gets old fast. They’re fine for an outer duty-type belt but for a hold-your-pants-up belt, they really suck.

  10. avatar knightofbob says:

    Just get a nice big police or cowboy style gun belt and open carry. This style belt is about as inconspicuous as pinning one of those “concealed carrier” badges to your Benneli shooting team shirt and wearing it with your S&W hat and 5.11 cargo pants. And BLACKHAWK! boots.

    Anyone who sees someone wearing that style buckle and doesn’t automatically realize, “That person has a gun,” probably wouldn’t notice you were armed if you had a 91/30 slung across your back. Bayonet fixed.

    1. avatar ANNONYMOUS says:

      All of the above ^^^, to infinite * …

    2. avatar strych9 says:

      “Anyone who sees someone wearing that style buckle and doesn’t automatically realize…”

      You just described 95% of the country.

      On the one hand concealment fails more often than most of us would like to think about/admit. OTOH, the vast majority of people are oblivious to what’s going on around them.

    3. avatar Don says:

      Wilderness Tactical, formerly Wilderness Outdoor, invented this kind of belt and still makes the best.

  11. avatar Guns!Guns!Guns! says:

    That buckle is hideous. It just screams, ‘I’m wearing a gun.’

    1. avatar ANNONYMOUS says:

      I wouldn’t say it “is hideous”. However, if that image was for marking purposes, that department loses some serious brownie points, as in, who in their right mind would wear such a belt/buckle with a sports jacket and pants? Not forgetting to mention a dress/formal suit with that style belt/buckle is definitely forbidden fruit; but to each his/her own.

      The style belt does have its uses. I wear one every day (concealed).

    2. avatar strych9 says:

      I really don’t think that it does scream that. You just think that because you’re a gun person. Your average person doesn’t even notice the truck that’s about to run them over, never mind your belt buckle.

      Further, Kuhl makes a similar belt in terms of the buckle style and ain’t no one ever gonna suggest that they’re a “gun” type company. In fact, if you read their website they very conspicuously avoid saying anything about hunting or guns. They’re hippy backpackers like the REI people. Yet… they make a belt with this kind of quick release buckle because it sells to tree huggers.

      So maybe it screams “Gun!”, maybe it screams “I FUCKING LOVE GRANOLA!” or maybe you’re just overthinking it.

      Also, “…who in their right mind would wear such a belt/buckle with a sports jacket and pants?”

      You clearly have never been to Denver or Boulder.

  12. avatar Kroglikepie says:

    I’ll stick with my kydex-reinforced leather belt from Hank’s Belts, thanks. It’s damn near impossible to beat quality leather when it comes to looks and durability.

  13. avatar Dan says:

    The two-ply tactical belt is almost no different from your basic 5.11 TDU double duty belt, but with a different buckle.

  14. avatar MLee says:

    Sorry but no thanks. I prefer dead cow belts.

  15. avatar Adam says:

    Love the picture of the guy wearing a suit with the belt. Good to know this belt looks like shit even when everything else on you looks nice.

    Seriously, my wife would kill me if I wore that to a formal setting.

  16. avatar Don from CT says:

    I bought one of these kinds of belt once.

    It sucked.

    I couldn’t get the belt through the belt loops of my pants because there is essentially a buckle on both ends.

    Sure, if I was one of those guys who wore “tactical” pants designed to take a 2 3/4 inch belt, it would work.
    But I, like 99% of you all don’t wear 5-11 pants on a daily basis. As it is, any belt with a “click” kind of mechanism that is any wider than the belt itself is a loser.

    On the topic of strength, there is no way, this is stronger than a Wilderness Tactical belt with an American forged stainless steel buckle that uses an over and back closing mechanism. (Like a motorcycle helmet if that helps you picture it) But then again,the Wilderness belt is good to something like 4000 lbs. Which even if its used to belay or rappel, which its cerfitified to do in a pinch, is way more than you need. So maybe this belt is good for 2000 lbs. That’s more than enough to hold my pants up.

    Don

  17. avatar Don says:

    I bought one of these kinds of belt once.

    I didn’t like it. Look at the photo above. You see there is one side with a mechanism and another with a piece that clicks into the mechanism. Now imagine stringing either piece of metal through your belt loops.

    I couldn’t get the belt through the belt loops of my pants because there is essentially a buckle on both ends.

    If you want to impress me, show me a video of a guy putting the belt on.

    Sure, if I was one of those guys who wore “tactical” pants designed to take a 2 3/4 inch belt, it would work.
    But I, like 99% of you all don’t wear 5-11 pants on a daily basis. As it is, any belt with a “click” kind of mechanism that is any wider than the belt itself is a loser.

    On the topic of strength, there is no way, this is stronger than a Wilderness Tactical belt with an American forged stainless steel buckle that uses an over and back closing mechanism. (Like a motorcycle helmet if that helps you picture it) But then again,the Wilderness belt is good to something like 4000 lbs. Which even if its used to belay or rappel, which its cerfitified to do in a pinch, is way more than you need. So maybe this belt is good for 2000 lbs. That’s more than enough to hold my pants up.

    Don

  18. avatar TexanHawk says:

    I love cobra buckles…for what I wear them for almost daily. They are attached to all US Army Airwarrior aviation survival vest for the leg straps which facilitate the vest’s use as an extraction harness. You cannot beat those buckles for being strong, secure, and very importantly, FLAT. They lie flat and thus another item over the top, such as a seat belt does not create a problem with pinching the family jewels and other sensitive parts. But I don’t have to run them through a belt loop and don’t really like the looks of them for a belt buckle.

    http://www.armyproperty.com/Equipment-Info/Pictures/AirWarrior.jpg

    1. avatar TexanHawk says:

      The previous version had a much bulkier attachment system which always caused me pain. Glad that’s gone. http://s13.photobucket.com/user/MARKHITCOM/media/vest%20gear/SARVIP_PJvest_L_3.jpg.html

  19. avatar Scoot says:

    Ares Gear Belts are the best I’ve used. The belts are stiff, strong, amazing quality, and amazing customer service. They know what they are doing.

    http://aresgear.com/

  20. avatar Tyler Hall says:

    I have three of these Klik Belts and wish I had worn them for the last 30 years of service. Let me put some of your unwarranted complaints to rest:

    First, those complaining about “the roll-up pictures show they’re not stiff enough” obviously didn’t read the product description on their website. That’s a single-ply option which is more for day-to-day. (it says it right on their website) If you want something stronger, go with their two-ply or three ply-option. Those product pictures aren’t rolled because of how stiff they are.

    Second, if someone recognizes you have a gun because you’re wearing this belt, they’re probably smarter, more observant than you and if they really wanted to hurt you, showing off your buckle isn’t what’s going to get you attacked.

    Finally, for you who think the 4,000lb load is overkill and ask why … I say, why not. You’re worried about people noticing your gun but you’re not worried about the crazy circumstances life throws at you at a moment’s notice. Why would you want an inferior product which might snap under load?

    There are people out there prepping better, harder, stronger than you. As Klik Belts would say, don’t get caught with your pants down.

    -32 years active service

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