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The Wilder Cobra Belt is made of two layers of Type 13 Webbing, 3 rows of stitching and is fitted with a 1.75" Cobra Buckle. Made to order here in the USA.
**Wilder Tactical rigger belts are NOT labeled or certified for climbing or use as Life Saving Equipment. Wilder Tactical will not be held responsible for any injuries or death for the misuse of any of our products.**
Bought this due to a few recommendations. Very comfortable paired with minimalist pad and modified QUBL also from Wilder.
This belt is great. They’ve really come a long way in the last few years. I wish I had one of these during my deployment years of ‘04 to ‘09.
This belt is comfortable and does not bow or bend from my mag pouches. It is very well-made. FYI, if you order the mag pouches with the quick clip instead of Molle, etc., you might have to adjust the clip on the back of the mag pouch just a bit for it to fit correctly.
I did not realize it might need to be adjusted at the time I received the mag pouches, so I contacted Wilder regarding it. They were extremely fast with their response; however, immediately after I sent my inquiry is when it was realized what had to be done. We had a good laugh about it.
Top notch company to deal with. I’ll buy from Wilder Tactical again.
Excellent product. Well made and fits perfectly.
Wilder 1.75" Cobra Belt
I have given the belt 5-stars because it is well built and has solid materials and components. Portions of this belt is double lined making it strong but a little thick for weaving through WT's belt clips. The plus is your holster finds a natural spot because the belt is too thick to go through their Safariland UBL. So you get no movement and it stays in place but you need to be ok that your belt will not slide through and if you want to reconfigure items this may be a bit of a timely process to reset attachment locations. However, there are a few preferences I prefer on my belt buckle location. They build the belt to have the female cobra clip on the left hand side with the male on the right. You are forced to stick with this configuration unless you wear their logo which they put on the exterior/outside of the belt upside down. I have found this makes for an awkward unclipping as you have to push the cobra clips with your right hand and as a right hand dominant I pull the belt with the same hand I am pushing the latches with. Alternatively if you are a lefty this may be an easier task as I am use to pushing the clasp with my left hand and pulling the buckle open with my right. All in all a good belt by putting their logo on the inside of the belt this would provide more versatility because I think it is good that they sew the cobra clips to the belt webbing. Also to note this belt is not rated for repelling but it is darn strong!