I already have 2 universal pistol pouches and they fit perfect retention adjustable and very good bulit.
Best holster system out there!! Just buy it you won't regret it.
Great customer service
I’m not high speed, I don’t kick doors, and I typically don’t have to wear a war belt all day every day. I just like to shoot and want a solid system to carry my stuff around at the range or if things get weird. The minimalist belt pad is the perfect option. No messing around with inner and outer belts, just put it on and you’re good to go. Keeps gear from sliding around, stays in place on my waist, is comfortable, and it won’t break the bank. Simple, solid, and well worth the (fairly low) price.
My rig shipped within a week and I received in on day 9. I set it up in 5 minutes. Everything was as advertised and as expected. This is top shelf gear at an affordable price. I highly recommend this company!
These double stacks are my new “best” for my range belt! Wasn’t sure I’d like the double stacks, but they’re resistant enough and they look cool! Gonna buy some more of these later!
The ability to rotate the magazine holder is great for different scenarios.
I think it's great! Love the function of lowering and raising the holster. Can't get easier. Maybe this is just the lazy guy in me, but to attach the QLS onto the mount was a pain in the fingers, and (in my opinion) unnecessarily time-consuming. I don't fully understand, (that's my fault for not doing enough research before I bought it) why you need to go the extra step of attaching the QLS that way. Is it to have more outboard clearance from a plate carrier? Are you able to attach other types of "QLSs" e.g. G-Code? If those are the reasons then there's got to be a better way. Okay, I'm sure this is WAY! more ranting than you wanted, so other than the installation I really do love it. Thanks!
After some research I decided to give the Wilder Tactical Evolution Universal Pistol Magazine Pouch a try. They are hard pouches with a lip to help guide the magazine into place which was a selling point for me. They connected easily to my ronin tactical gun belt and perform as anticipated. I am very pleased with product and recommend them!
In my time in the military, law enforcement, and as a firearms instructor, I’ve used and tried numerous belts in the industry. None, I mean none have taken my breath away and got my attention like the Wilder tactical belts. I am beyond impressed, wilder tactical have replaced all of my battle belts and now, they have replaced my duty belts. That’s right, I’m no longer running legacy duty or battle belts. Being former Military, it’s an honor and pleasure to support a veteran owned and run company. Wilder tactical is the best in the business...
This belt pad was a total hip saver. It was really comfortable, and the fact that it had belt keepers is awesome. And especially from a law enforcement perspective where I need the added security that my belt is going to stay put no matter what position I end up in, the combination of the belt keepers and nice neoprene is a winning combo. Definitely recommend, now i’m just waiting for Wilder to release 2”-2.25” cobra belt and my set up will be complete!
I’m relatively new to this belt but so far I really like it. After a lot of consideration of all the belts on the market, I really liked the fact that I could run my 2.25” duty belt through this. Also, I like how you can weave it through the belt pad and attach items to the belt directly. I think that’s probably the most solid way of doing it. As with most belt pads, this one is incredibly comfortable. I like the versatility of being able to throw it over a light jacket or a shirt and not have to adjust it. I also like the profile of this pad. It’s not huge like some others out there and that came at no expense of comfort. The only con I see is that it comes with inner belt Velcro attachments. I’m honestly sure how to use these with going through too much hassle but to be honest, I don’t really care. This belt will stick to anything. Throw a holster with a leg strap on and this thing won’t hike up on you much at all.
Exactly what I was looking for. The small cobra buckle fits nicely through the belts loops so you don't have to take belt apart when you change.
The belt itself is nice and rigid, which is the main reason for purchase. It stays rigid when you hang your gear off it like a Taser or Gas Mask Bag, which keeps it hooked up to your gun belt.
I have many Wilder products, over the last year they have been my go to for gear, and I haven't been let down yet
Absolutely perfect for tactical yet practical purposes. If you can get most of your other gear in Kydex this cuff case will look extremely professional yet has a tactical appearance and feeling to it, it is almost like the taco soft pouch but I truly believe it has better retention, holds the cuffs in place better and just overall looks better. Recommended to a multitude of friends and coworkers, hasn’t let me down yet, well worth the money!
Side Note: this cuff case does in fact hold chained and hinged cuffs with the same retention and draw time. Just adjust the elastic pull ties and your set.
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I love the Minimalist Belt Pad because I can wear it to the range and not feel like a Try Hard.
This is by far my favorite piece of gear. (referring to the Minimalist Belt Pad)
Getting your mags out isn't really the problem. Getting your mags back in (in a hurry), that's a whole other thing. @wildertactical has it figured out