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    Appendix Belt Recommendations

    What's the group think on appendix belts now that Graith is no longer available?

    Ares? Blue Alpha Gear? V Dev Gru? Volund?

    Langdon is offering an "EDC Belt" that is reminiscent of the Graith Specialist, but I haven't seen any reviews of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CalAlumnus View Post
    What's the group think on appendix belts now that Graith is no longer available?

    Ares? Blue Alpha Gear? V Dev Gru? Volund?

    Langdon is offering an "EDC Belt" that is reminiscent of the Graith Specialist, but I haven't seen any reviews of it.
    Im wearing Landon's belt now as I type this. Im very pleased with it. Fit is good, its comfortable yet sufficiently stiff, and I've become a big fan of the velcro closure (my first non-duty belt with it).

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    Be an idea to see if the folks at g r a I t h come up with something better than the Specialist?




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    MEGINGJÖRÐ: https://vdevgru.com/products/megingj...y-belt-ver-3-0

    Lots of miles, classes, shooting, and hard use. Great belt.
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    I've been wearing a Bullhide belt for a couple of years. It's proven itself to be very durable.
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    The old school/school house solution-Wilderness Frequent Flyer Belt.

    I bought the polymer lined CSM version as I have used them for non AIWB and non Glock applications ( 5 inch, all steel 1911) with great success as well. I suspect that for a dedicated AIWB belt, the 5 stitch version would be plenty stiff enough.

    https://www.thewilderness.com/belts/...nt-flyer-belt/

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    Have one of these on order, was also looking hard at the Langdon belt
    https://oxcreektactical.com/products...tical-gun-belt

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    I missed out on the Graith Sanmai but I am very pleased with the price, comfort, and quality of my Blue Alpha - they will be my go to for nylon going forward.

    I’ve experienced Oxcreek, Wilderness, Warfyter, and Klik belts from what I remember off the top of my head.
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    I have been running the Foundation belt for over a year now. For transparency, I was given one last year to T&E and to give them my feedback. Here is how much I liked it - I went and bought a second one. they offered to give me another one, but I like to put my money where my mouth is, so I paid for it.

    The Foundation EDC belt is the one I use most of the time.
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