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  1. #11
    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.
    Graith is "rebranding" under the old Mastermind Tactics moniker and the newest iteration of the Specialist Pro will be less expensive and their best iteration yet. I just put a buckle comparison up on my IG and personal FB pages.

  2. #12
    Looks like we have an answer: The Mastermind Tactics Specialist Pro.

    Clever marketing, discontinuing the Graith Specialist only to rebrand it as the Mastermind Specialist Pro. ;-)

    https://www.instagram.com/p/B3ZxNl0F34f/
    Last edited by CalAlumnus; 10-09-2019 at 01:23 PM.

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    Graith/Mastermind Tactics is the answer.

    I bought a spare specialist, but will probably get a Specialist Pro eventually. Because apparently, like holsters and guns, I'm a belt junkie. But only for Graith/Mastermind belts...
    Seriously guys, are we not doing 'phrasing' anymore?

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    Quote Originally Posted by guymontag View Post
    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.
    You like the blue alpha more than the oxcreek? What did you not like about the oxcreek?

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    I get tired of velcro. I like the adjustability but I just get annoyed with it. I've recently started wearing a leather belt again from Saddleback. It's comfortable and is stiff enough vertically to hold everything in place. The only problem is my waist has shrunk enough that I'm down to the next to the last hole in the belt. Going to need to order a new one.
    “If you know the way broadly you will see it in everything." - Miyamoto Musashi

  6. #16
    Quote Originally Posted by CalAlumnus View Post

    Clever marketing, discontinuing the Graith Specialist only to rebrand it as the Mastermind Specialist Pro. ;-)
    Ever get the feeling you've been cheated? -Johnny Rotten of The Sex Pistols.

  7. #17
    Quote Originally Posted by GreggW View Post
    I get tired of velcro. I like the adjustability but I just get annoyed with it.
    These seem popular on the 'gram for those who understandably don't like velcro.

    https://ciguera.com/emissary-gun-belt/

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    The Foundation belt by the EDC belt co, sold through LTT is THE best AIWB belt Ive found!!!
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  9. #19
    Quote Originally Posted by ST911 View Post
    MEGINGJÖRÐ: https://vdevgru.com/products/megingj...y-belt-ver-3-0

    Lots of miles, classes, shooting, and hard use. Great belt.
    Same. It's a good belt. I switched over from a reinforced Wilderness belt. The difference in comfort in my lower back and hips was night and day.
    Last edited by William B.; 10-09-2019 at 03:22 PM.

  10. #20
    Quote Originally Posted by Mirolynmonbro View Post
    You like the blue alpha more than the oxcreek? What did you not like about the oxcreek?
    My Oxcreek may be discontinued - it was a G-Hook setup with I believe two layers of scuba webbing and some Velcro with no keeper. For AIWB it was too thick and rigid for comfort.
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