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Gear Up belt raw material is cut to calculated lengths.  The final overall length can fluctuate slightly due to sewing and finishing.  The belt ends are designed to overlap to fit properly. The minimum overlap needed to assure a good closure is around two to three inches.

Below are the size of the belts and the size range in inches:

  • XS     26" - 30"
  • S        30" - 34"
  • M       34" - 38"
  • L        38" - 42"
  • XL      42" - 46"

The best way to determine what size belt you need is by completing the following steps. With your pants on, measure around your waist.  Do this by running a tailor's tape through the belt loops, overlapping the long end of the tape with the opposite end.  If you don't have a tailor's tape, use a piece of string and measure the length you come up with.

This is your waist measurement.

IMPORTANT:  If you intend to carry IWB, add two inches to the length that you found following the initial measurement.  This is your new waist measurement.

Find the size range that your calculated waist measurement falls into.  If you are at the upper end of the size range, you may want to consider moving up to the next size.

Remember:  Measure twice - order once!

Need more help?  Click HERE for quick Contact Us info.

Gear Up belt raw material is cut to calculated lengths.  The final overall length can fluctuate slightly due to sewing and finishing.  The belt ends are designed to overlap to fit properly. The minimum overlap needed to assure a good closure is around two to three inches.

Below are the size of the belts and the size range in inches:

  • XS     26" - 30"
  • S        30" - 34"
  • M       34" - 38"
  • L        38" - 42"
  • XL      42" - 46"

The best way to determine what size belt you need is by completing the following steps. With your pants on, measure around your waist.  Do this by running a tailor's tape through the belt loops, overlapping the long end of the tape with the opposite end.  If you don't have a tailor's tape, use a piece of string and measure the length you come up with.

This is your waist measurement.

IMPORTANT:  If you intend to carry IWB, add two inches to the length that you found following the initial measurement.  This is your new waist measurement.

Find the size range that your calculated waist measurement falls into.  If you are at the upper end of the size range, you may want to consider moving up to the next size.

Remember:  Measure twice - order once!

Need more help?  Click HERE for quick Contact Us info.