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    All New CDF Belt Out Now

    The CDF (Competition/Duty/Field) belt is a hybrid between a traditional duty belt and competition belt, combining the utility of a GT Cobra™ buckle with a 1.5” belt body. As the name implies the CDF belt can be used as a competition belt, duty belt, or general purpose outer-belt for the range or outdoor/field usage.


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    Reinforced 1.5” heavy-duty nylon webbing construction

    -The CDF belt uses two layers of 1.5” heavy duty nylon webbing with a reinforced core. Combined with the specialized stitching pattern the CDF belt is extremely rigid and capable of supporting any attachments with ease.

    1.5” GT Cobra Buckle

    -The GT Cobra™ buckle on the CDF belt is the polymer version of the traditional Cobra™ buckle. Compared to the aluminum version it is lighter weight, has a low IR-signature, produces less noise, and is fully Berry Amendment compliant. The buckle features an easily adjustable friction-bar to size the belt quickly and securely and also offers QD capability. The CDF belt also comes with a specialized hook and loop keeper to keep the secured tail section neatly out of the way.

    Hook Lining

    The CDF belt has a 1.5” hook lining allowing it to securely attach to an underbelt. The hook lining also has the benefit of making it easy to secure belt attachments with hook and loop tape. Our Specialist Underbelt is the perfect compliment to the CDF belt, to shop the Specialist Underbelt click here.

    Handmade in the US

    -Every Mastermind Tactics belt is handmade in our small workshop. We make our goods ourselves from start to finish ensuring the highest levels of quality and attention to detail.

    SIZING:

    Since the CDF Belt is an outer-belt that attaches to an underbelt it is sized differently from our other belts. To find your size you must measure around your waistband while wearing a belt (make sure you measure over the belt, as the CDF belt attaches over a belt). The measurement in inches is the size belt you should order, if you are in between sizes round up to the nearest size.

    While we recommend taking a measurement if you do not wish to measure and already own one of our belts ordering a size larger than your current Mastermind Tactics belt will generally work (e.g. if you wear a size 38 Specialist Pro a size 40 CDF belt will likely work).

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    Happy New Year! I have been looking for a 1.5" belt setup like this so I don't have to buy new pouches or holster attachments. Is there any chance of this being offered in other colors?

    Thanks!

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    I really like this belt, and with the plastic buckle, it makes for a lightweight rig. Here is mine with some Tacos and a TRex light bearing holster for a 19/TLR-7.

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    Likes pretty much everything in every caliber.

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    Quote Originally Posted by El Cid View Post
    Happy New Year! I have been looking for a 1.5" belt setup like this so I don't have to buy new pouches or holster attachments. Is there any chance of this being offered in other colors?

    Thanks!
    Yes we will be adding more colors however we are not expecting them to be available until quarter 2 probably at best. Sooner if we can but some supply issues and other manufacturing constraints are going to protract the process.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mack View Post
    Yes we will be adding more colors however we are not expecting them to be available until quarter 2 probably at best. Sooner if we can but some supply issues and other manufacturing constraints are going to protract the process.
    Excellent - thanks for the reply! I’m all about the gray life but can live with other colors. Lol!

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    How is the bickle compared to the ladt versionof the duty belt with the metal cobra buckle? I have 3 of those, and they slip pretty bad, I have to tighten the belt fairly often.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Up1911Fan View Post
    How is the bickle compared to the ladt versionof the duty belt with the metal cobra buckle? I have 3 of those, and they slip pretty bad, I have to tighten the belt fairly often.
    The GT Cobra has a spring loaded friction bar so they are non-slip.

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