HTC Low Vis Battle Belt

“Those looking to have more than just their daily carry available without having to haul around a duffel bag now have an option with High Threat Concealment’s Low Vis Battle Belt,” HTC‘s presser proclaims, “light-weight and low profile padded system of unparalleled comfort for use both with an under belt or as a stand-alone system.” Yes but — don’t run with scissors! And the belt’s only “low vis” if you’re wearing a cover garment. I’d rather wear a hair shirt n the Texas heat. You got something like this? Want something like this?

Press release via ammoland.com:

Those looking to have more than just their daily carry available without having to haul around a duffel bag now have an option with High Threat Concealment’s Low Vis Battle Belt; light-weight and low profile padded system of unparalleled comfort for use both with an under belt or as a stand-alone system.

Developed in collaboration with High Speed Gear, Inc., the Low Vis Battle Belt adds both comfort and versatility for quick reaction elements, personal protection details, and the prepared citizen.

On duty, home alone in the middle of the night, or on Day One of your next defensive shooting course, the platform is a quick-to-don, at-the-ready defensive rig.

HTC Low Vis Battle Belt

Completely user-configurable for a handgun, handgun/rifle, or emergency medical rig, the battle belt can be worn as either a traditional battle belt with the included (and optional) neoprene micro-grip belt liner, or locked into an under belt as an even slimmer profile quick-attach system that can be worn under a lightweight loose jacket.

When using HTC’s pouches and holster, the Low Vis Battle Belt provides ample real estate for a holster, double-handgun magazine, two rifle magazine pouches (both AR and AK models available), and yet still has space for an IFAK pouch and radio. Stick to HTC’s expanding variety of holsters and pouches for optimum concealment or use the PALS webbing to attach just about anything.

“Our new Low Vis Battle Belt weighs less, rides closer, and packs neater than conventional battle belts. We wanted a solution that provides more than simple EDC, but doesn’t require its own seat in the car,” said Adam Garrison, Chief Operations Officer of High Threat Concealment.

Low Vis Battle Belts are made to order and fold in half for easy storage in your trunk or go-bag. Available in Black or Coyote Tan. The Low Vis Battle Belt works in conjunction with most HTC™ belts, including its leather Low Pro Belt, Tactical Cobra Belt, and the Cobra Tactical Riggers Belt. Holsters, carriers, and other equipment attach via an exterior PALS grid, which is sized to extend no further than just past the points of the hip.

The Low Vis Battle Belt can be purchased as an add-on for those customers already running a Low Profile System or other HTC equipment.The Low Vis Battle Belt is currently available for $105 at www.highthreatconcealment.comAbout High Threat Concealment:

High Threat Concealment is a veteran-owned small business specializing in the development of low profile tactical gear for concealed carry, close protection and/or low-visibility operations.

From everyday concealment to professional use in high threat environments, High Threat Concealment offers scalable carry solutions to keep your critical equipment available and ready at all times.

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17 Responses to New From High Threat Concealment: Low Vis Battle Belt

  1. Wasn’t this advertisement already up two or three days back? I don’t fault you guys for taking paid posts, but can we at least get some variety?

  2. I made fun of this thing on another website and the operators came out of the woodwork to defend it.

    I got totes schooled in the ways of high tech nylon and advanced ninja sewing techniques that made this thing worth every penny.

  3. That looks like an awesome hog hunting rig, carrying all that gear in a backpack makes it less accessable, and harder to get in and out of trucks and blinds. And the hogz won’t call me a mall ninja!

  4. I can throw a jacket or flannel over my 3 gun belt and be plenty “Low Vis” to go about my day.
    And it costs a helluva lot less than $450.

  5. I’ll wear two.

    Then the California cops would never find my illegally concealed pistol.

  6. I can see situations where this is useful, but not many of them. A bugout/get home set up and certain hunting and competition settings, that’s about it.

    To me this is at least 80% tacticool tomfuckery.

  7. Can we please ditch that infernal audio-ad for the Springfield XD? It’s loud, annoying, and there’s no apparent way to stop it when you don’t want your phone screaming to everyone nearby that you’re at a gun website.

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