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KORE Essentials Gun Belts - the best-fitting, most comfortable gun belt you’ll ever wear. Visit us online at http://www.KoreEssentials.com
What makes our EDC gun belts so unique ? NO Belt holes. That’s right, no more belt holes to stretch out, fit poorly, or even make more of. Instead Kore belts use a hidden track system that’s sewn into the back of the belt. This track gives you over 40+ size positions to choose from, in small ¼” increments. This means you can adjust your belt to your precise, exact waist size every time you put it on, even if you just ate too much for lunch. The belt actually draws your firearm perfectly to your side, eliminating any sag, or slag when you draw. A lot of our customers tell us they get a smoother, faster draw because of it.
All of our Kore gun belts are equipped with a reinforced Power-Core™ Center. This core is actually stronger than a steel core and so far – we’ve NEVER had a single one break. This proprietary material, was designed and tested over 2 years to provide superior support & durability, while maintaining a unique amount of flexibility for movement and comfort. We understand that a great EDC belt needs to firmly and securely support your firearm, and yet be comfortable enough to wear all day – sitting, standing and walking.
Leather EDC gun belts (1.5” wide) are constructed using 2 full-length pieces of Top-Grain Leather (inside & outer side) stitched together with heavy-duty thread and embossed with a tough, water-proof coating to protect from scuffing. Our leather gun belts are designed to support light to medium weight firearms (rated up to 4 lbs.). Our Tactical belts (1.5” wide) & Garrison Range belts (1.75” wide) use a nylon web outer layer (rated to 500 lbs.) and Super-Fiber inner layer that’s extremely durable (doesn’t wear) and is water/sweat resistant. Tactical belts can support full-sized firearms (rated to 8 lbs.), while Garrison Range belts can handle most any gear you need (rate to 10 lbs.). All track belts use layers to accommodate the track system.
Kore offers and wide variety of cool gun buckle styles for most environments. They’re constructed of alloy or stainless steel and plated with either gunmetal, nickel or powder coated. Although they may look very different on the outside, the mechanism and function is identical. Our buckles use a patented spring system that “locks” the belt in place, but with a touch of the release tab - you can quickly adjust or remove it entirely - fast. We use 2 set screws and a teeth clamp to keep the belt attached to the buckle, so it never pulls out on its own. Buckles and belts within categories are interchangeable. For example, that means that you can mix and match all the 1.5” wide X-series gun buckles and belts. And most of our buckles can open bottle tops using the underside.
With Kore belts - it’s One-Size Fits Most. That means your belt will arrive in one, very long size and you trim to fit. It’s easy to do and once it’s done – you’re able to adjust your belt “in and out” 5 inches. That’s a huge amount of adjustment. Regular Kore leather belts fit any waist from 24” up to 44”, with XL size up to 54”. And tactical belts fit any waist from 24” up to 54”, with extended XL (EXL) size belts up to 72” waist size.
So here’s how to Size Your Kore Belt. First, you’ll need a pair of sharp, heavy-duty scissors, or serrated knife. Next, take your pant size and add 4 inches to it. So if you wear 36” pants – your magic number is 40. Then using the printed ruler marks on the back of the belt, locate your number and cut straight across that mark. Do not use a measuring tape, that will only cause a miss-cut. Lastly, insert the cut tip into the buckle receptacle, clamp the teeth down and gently tighten the 2 set screws (using the provided 2mm wrench), taking care not to overtighten or strip them. Now you can try on your belt with your holstered firearm. Either iwb, owb or appendix. For appendix you can choose to rotate the buckle off to one side. If the belt is still too long, remove it and trim off another inch at a time until it’s the correct length. Usually about 3 inches beyond the belt loop. The tactical belts come with the belt keeper, and you may want to use a lighter to singe the exposed, cut nylon so it doesn’t fray.
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