1791 Gunleather Announces New Gun Holster Belts

1791 Gunleather Announces New Gun Holster Belts
1791 Gunleather Announces New Gun Holster Belts

Miami, FL, U.S.-(Ammoland.com)- 1791 Gunleather, innovative manufacturer of premium hand-crafted leather gun holsters, introduced two new gun holster belts to their assortment of hand-crafted leather goods. Available now, in Classic Brown or Stealth Black, 1791 Gunleather Gun Holster Belts are designed to meet the highest expectations of every day carriers and include the 1791 Gunleather Lifetime Warranty.

“Thanks to the skill of our expert leather artisans the 1791 Gunleather Gun Belts 01 are practically built for carrying your firearm yet stylish enough to wear every day,” said 1791 Gunleather CEO, Ramiro M. Romani. “And considering the high level of quality craftsmanship combined with premium American leather, they’re very reasonably priced at $59.99.”

“When you invest in a handgun, its important to choose a strong, purpose-built belt designed to spread the weight of your gun over a wide area,” said Romani. “With lower-quality belts the weight of a holstered weapon can take a toll and cause sagging. 1791 Gunleather Gun Belts 01 offer just enough flexibility to remain strong, secure, and comfortable.”

1791 Gunleather Gun Belts 01 are constructed with full-grain, 14-ounce leather found only on the top and most durable layer of heavy native steerhide. “Our premium American heavy native steerhide is not sanded beyond tanning or dyeing, and the detailed process delivers a superior leather that’s perfect for rugged working belts,” said Romani. “Fashion belts are often made from leather or suede treated with processes that make them softer. Those methods can cause the material to degrade much more quickly, especially when bearing the load of a gun holster. Think of the difference in sturdiness between handbag leather and horse bridle leather. Which would you rather depend on for your EDC gun?” he asked.

1791 Gunleather Gun Belts 01 are constructed with full-grain, 14-ounce leather found only on the top and most durable layer of heavy native steerhide.
1791 Gunleather Gun Belts 01 are constructed with full-grain, 14-ounce leather found only on the top and most durable layer of heavy native steerhide.

1791 Gunleather Gun Belt 01 Features:

  • Built for longevity, comfort, and style with 100 percent American heavy native steerhide
  • High-quality leather warms and molds to your body
  • Reinforced leather delivers added durability for heavier pistols and revolvers, and will not stretch, snag, split, or break
  • Quick and easy-to-use stainless steel roller buckle
  • Genuine Chicago stainless steel screws for a tight, dependable hold (1791 Gunleather never use snaps, plastic, or synthetic materials of any kind)
  • Belt Width: 1.5 inches
  • Belt Length: Sizes range from 32/36 to 48/52
  • Available Colors: Classic Brown, Stealth Black
  • Lifetime Warranty and 100% Customer Satisfaction Guarantee
  • MSRP of $59.99 is a bargain compared to other high-quality gun holster belts

According to Romani, “Our heavy-duty 1791 Gunleather Gun Holster Belts are made to hold all your gear. Anything you want to carry on your waist, from IWB holsters, OWB holsters, flashlights, mag pouches, knives, hammers, tape measures, and multi-tools are options. And because our belts are so rugged, attractive, and versatile, 1791 Gunleather is a top choice among law enforcement, veterans, first responders, and patriots alike. They’re discreet and comfortable for concealed carry, and they’re built to last,” he added.

For further details on 1791 Gunleather Gun Holster Belts, please click here. For information about 1791 Gunleather, please visit www.1791gunleather.com.

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For more than two centuries, the Second Amendment of our great United States Constitution has protected our rights, as citizens of this nation, to keep and bear arms. At 1791 Gunleather, our love and appreciation of the Second Amendment goes hand-in-hand with our passion for the art of gunleather and its representation of the original patriots of this great nation. To us, sheltering your coveted firearms with carefully handcrafted holsters and belts is akin to protecting our loved ones and cherished freedoms.

Exercise the Second Amendment and your right to personal protection with pride knowing that each 1791 Gunleather product is made only from the best premium American 100% Certified, Heavy Native Steerhide. Our team consists of four generations of professional leather artisans who meticulously handcraft each holster and belt into beautiful, functional vessels befitting your most prized firearm.

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I’m sorry, but having driven a car with the brake and the gas pedal in the same place for over 50 years, would make it tough if someone suddenly decided to move the brake pedal to a new location—especially if I couldn’t reach it with my right foot. I’ve been an LE trainer for over 40 years and have seen what works and what doesn’t. This may be a “dandy” idea for some but not for me. I do carry two spare mags for my 1911, both in the same place. Having a spare mag stick up right in front… Read more »


I have one of these holsters and the location of the mag pouch, though not ideal, is still reachable with your weak hand. The construction and finish are well above average and excellent for the price!


Think of the mag pouch on the holster as a back-up for the pouch on your weak side and you have a neat idea. With 1911’s and 6-8 round mags it’s prudent to have more than one accessible if SHTF.


I’m afraid that spare mag and pistol on the same side is a bit contrary to common training and common sense. Looks like nice stuff, but somebody needs to ask them how they plan to do a reload. Even if you reach across with your support hand, the mag would be backwards in the pouch. Not too well thought out

Charles Moore

I, too, hav thought that these rigs (which seem to be the newest fad these days) are all about people thinking “oh, what a neat idea! Now I don’t have to buy a separate mag carrier!” and totally impractical. Note to all holster makers: STOP MAKING HOLSTERS WITH BUILT-IN MAG POUCHES! There, . . . . . now I feel better.