WPS Rogue EDC Leather Gun Belt - Nexbelt
The Rogue EDC Belt is the perfect belt for blending in. The last thing you need is someone figuring you are carrying protection by outing your belt. This belt not only looks great and blends in but also gives you the comfort that is lacking with traditional belts. The EDC Rogue also offers the trust with its attention to details in its construction with the use of stainless steel fasteners instead of pins (Patent Pending) And for extra measures, the clasp has back-up set screws to let you conceal/cary with confidence by giving a stronger, reliable hold.
- Distress nickel buckle with a knurled tip
- Smooth black leather with nylon backing for resisting sweat
- PreciseFit™ ratchet belt
- Fits up to 50" waist
- Buckle size 1 7/8" x 3" – Belt strap width is 1 1/2"
- Turn the belt to the backside and use our scaling system to find your pant size. (US PAT. Number 10,966,489 B2)
- Add 2” to your pant size, and using scissors, cut along the dotted line.
Note: We recommend that you add 3 - 4 inches to your pant size before cutting. You can always trim farther down if needed
Finding Your Fit
A traditional belt will go through belt holes that are typically spaced out 1 inch apart from each other. With a ratchet belt, the buckle will lock into place on the teeth of the belt, which are much closer and allow for more flexibility and “in-between” sizes. For example, here are the steps for a Nexbelt Ratchet belt:
Find your pant size
- Add a couple of inches and then cut.
- Insert the strap into the buckle clasp.
Why It Matters For Finding the Perfect Belt
Depending on your gender and even what your dominant hand is, there are set ways belts have and should be worn for years now. Knowing which way to wear a belt can help you determine what kind of belt and buckle is perfect for your needs.
A Ratchet Belt is a balet that does not have any belt holes and uses a ratchet system, where the belt will lock into place by using the inside of the buckle. These belts often stay in place by using a latch inside the buckle that will lock onto the teeth of a belt. It also allows you to change your belt's size to a more accurate size than a traditional belt through belt holes.