The Paracord Survival Belts are great kit. They are all business. Each belt contains an amount of paracord can come in extremely handy in a survival situation. In fact, you could probably even make yourself a nice hammock so you wouldn’t have to sleep on the ground with the bugs! The belts do not use a traditional buckle and I found the method you are supposed to use very cumbersome. I re-stitched it and attached a Kershaw Carabiner Tool as the belt locking mechanism. The company uses a double d-ring system for tightening. Unlike traditional belt buckles, you can loosen or tighten your belt in any increments you would like but I just didn’t trust it. The 3 d-rings could also come in extremely handy in a survival situation. If you do have to use your Survival Belt in an emergency situation you send the company what’s left, along with your story, and they will make you a new one for half price.
You can get them in all colors, including 2-tone. However, the tongue of the belt is black. This is the part that secures the belt and allows you to tighten it through the d-rings.
The belts come in 2 styles. The Regular Survival belt is approximately 1.25 ½ wide. We also make our belt in an extra WIDE version. It is approximately 1.75 ½ wide. These belts are not for the timid. They are large pieces of serious survival gear. Oh yeah, they also look and feel well put together.