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  1. #61
    Site Supporter Holmes375's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by jandbj View Post
    Got mine yesterday. Exceptional quality of materials and workmanship. May have to order a spare tomorrow to hedge my bets.
    Got mine today and thinkin' the same.

  2. #62
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    just ordered a spare. ive been using exclusively graith belts since I was turned on to them when they were still making the gen 1. best belt for AIWB i've used, sorry to see them go but i appreciate what you guys have done. im excited to see what you do in the future, you'll have my support for shure!

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    Just bought one, too late to the game.

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    I was disappointed when you stopped making the mastermind line and even more so now with your belts. Ordered another, these are pretty much my go to belt 99% of the time.

    Mack, you’ve made really quality stuff at very reasonable prices, hate to see you stop making these, best of luck on your endeavors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by revchuck38 View Post
    Got a coyote one on the way. @Mack - best of luck in the new business direction!
    It came in the mail today, it's currently holding up both my PX4 and my pants. And the plastic buckle works fine.

  6. #66
    Got mine today. It's a significant improvement over my prior belt, which is also a very well-regarded name.

    As a modest suggestion... Perhaps you'd consider offering belts under a "crowdsourced" sales model--something similar to what Gustin offers for men's clothing (https://www.weargustin.com/howitworks)? You put up a particular model for "pre-order," and only start production if a minimum number of sales is reached. Delivery occurs a few weeks or months after the product is funded.

    We design boutique-quality handmade menswear which is made to order right here in the United States. With a unique crowdfunded business model and continuous production, we are able to provide American-made goods at an amazing value. Our small batch approach allows us to offer you top quality and unique fabrics at the fraction of the cost of what a larger company would be able to offer.

    The basic concept is that our customers tell us what they want us to produce. If a campaign doesn’t gain enough steam, we don’t make that item. This avoids waste and allows us to focus on styles that people actually want rather than what we think they want.
    It would help eliminate the need to maintain material or finished product inventory, and might drive a sense of urgency for buyers if particular models are only available a few times a year.

    Just a thought--you've probably already considered it.
    Last edited by CalAlumnus; 09-21-2019 at 07:24 PM.

  7. #67
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    @Mack

    Order arrived today, my third Graith belt. I'm very happy with the first two, looking forward to being able to fly with the plastic and not have to remove it to go thru the machines.

    Thank you and good luck with the new product.

  8. #68
    Chris, I’m sorry to hear that you guys won’t be producing any more belts. I’ve been using your belts since the original Mastermind minimalist and I love the Specialist. I just placed an order for another Specialist. Good luck with your future business endeavors.
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    Because my original Specialist was still going strong, I wasn't planning on buying another anytime soon. I decided I should have one in reserve "just in case" since I wear mine most of the time I'm wearing a belt.

    Chris

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    Quote Originally Posted by CalAlumnus View Post
    Got mine today. It's a significant improvement over my prior belt, which is also a very well-regarded name.

    As a modest suggestion... Perhaps you'd consider offering belts under a "crowdsourced" sales model--something similar to what Gustin offers for men's clothing (https://www.weargustin.com/howitworks)? You put up a particular model for "pre-order," and only start production if a minimum number of sales is reached. Delivery occurs a few weeks or months after the product is funded.



    It would help eliminate the need to maintain material or finished product inventory, and might drive a sense of urgency for buyers if particular models are only available a few times a year.

    Just a thought--you've probably already considered it.
    I second this idea. I give away belts sometimes to F&F new to CCW and I'll have to start giving out my old shitty gun belts if the supply is finite. Also, it's only a matter of time before we all need belts again so you would be able to pursue more passionate endeavors the majority of the time and take care of us every now and then

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