Bigfoot Gun Belts Highlights the Missing Link for Concealed Carriers

Bigfoot Gun Belts
Bigfoot Gun Belts

Bigfoot Gun Belts

POST FALLS, Idaho -(Ammoland.com)- Bigfoot Gun Belts’ new video emphasizes the importance of a good gun belt when carrying a heavy firearm.

The YouTube video discusses the fact that, without a proper gun belt, the waistline sags under the weight of a holstered handgun.

Bigfoot Gun Belts’ reinforces their gun belts with a flexible, stainless steel core. This, coupled with rich English Bridle Leather, results in a significant upgrade in support.

Bigfoot Gun Belts are designed to hold up the weight of a large holstered handgun, various work tools, and daily carry accessories without bending or giving in.

Every handcrafted gun belt is also built to hold up against the elements. Military grade stitching and nickel-plated hardware extends the life and durability of the gun belt.

The belts come in three thickness options including 14 oz leather, a 14 oz with steel core, and an 18 oz with steel core. Bigfoot Gun Belts’ team member Sam Hoober is proud of the American-made gun belts showcased in the video.

“A gun belt is built to carry a gun better than a normal belt is able to,” Hoober said. “A person should use the right tool for
the job, and the tool for carrying a gun and a holster is a gun belt.”

About Bigfoot Gun Belts:

Nestled between the pines of North Idaho, Bigfoot Gun Belts is proud to call the Inland Northwest home. This privately owned and operated company produces only the highest quality leather gun belts at an affordable price.

For more information about Bigfoot Gun Belts, visit their website.

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David Tong
David Tong
4 years ago

I’ve worn one for the better part of two years. It remains in excellent condition, carrying a full sized steel pistol and spare magazines, as I bought the 14″ steel lined one. While I agree that a 1 3/4″ belt would supports a handgun even better, the thickness and width might mean you must also be careful buying holsters with loops or clips that will accept their wear on this belt. No question it’s a really high quality piece.

Jim Macklin
Jim Macklin
4 years ago

I will buy several when they make a 1-3/4 inch wide belt with a stainless steel buckle.

DaveW
DaveW
4 years ago

I wear mine even when I am not carrying a firearm. They are solid and hold my jeans up better tan a common belt.