Have always LOVED this style of pistol belt, better than the old ones with the metal clasps that had to be skin tight or the belt would fall off. Have ordered one of each color and with the exception of the OD belts, all have met my expectations, it turns out like the other reviewer said, the OD belt is actually foliage. I also contacted the company that makes the belts and they told me the gov't no longer orders the old OD webbing but it's now foliage under the name of OD so they can still be called OD despite the fact that they're actually foliage. I think it would be nice if there was a note on the page section that mentions this as I'm sure most people who are after an OD belt are looking for the old school OD green and not the foliage. Oddly enough, on the first several belts I ordered, the metal hardware was on backwards and I had to take it apart and put it back on the correct way.
Vala - July 2, 2010
Great Quality Belt
This belt exceeded all my expectations in quality, Fit and Finish but this belt in not Olive Drab it is Foliage.Other than that it is an defenet buy.
Matthew - November 16, 2008
Don't Buy Blackhawk
Your blackhawk holster won't fit? Their gear is made in VIETNAM. Why would you buy from a company that has work done in a country that still holds POWs? If you have any sense of duty or honor, then for our Viet Nam Vets DON'T BUY BLACKHAWK!
Darrell - October 1, 2008
Great but only for certain holsters
The belt itself is great and made of an incredibly sturdy material. The only problem I have with it is not being able to use my BlackHawk Serpa holster, as there is no way to slip the belt through the clips.
Patrick - July 26, 2007
I purchased one of these at Minnesota Surplus in downtown Duluth in order to replace my older pistol-belt, and I must say that it is excellent quality. Its buckle system is better than the old type used decades ago, despite what many say about that one being the best; it doesn't come off as easily and it works very well. I recommend this type of pistol-belt.
David - January 1, 2006