These are quality belts at the fraction of the cost of some name brand Cobra weave over canvas belts. Special attention was given to knot the outer weave firmly for an even weave and deter shifting. The use of the Flip-Top Buckles can be placed on the webbing in any position between the paracord weave. This makes is possible to center the buckle at any size unlike other belts with tongue buckles. They are called "Survival Belts" because the belt can be un-raveled and used in a survival situation to create a shelter, rabbit snares, or just help tie down the items in your trailer when you forgot to bring your tie-downs to the harware store, the uses are endless. Also, ther are 7 internal strands inside the paracord that can be used for fishing, sewing, or whatever else you can think of. The canvas webbing and buckle can be used in a survival situation as well.
These belts have over 45 ft of ParaCord (almost exaclty 45ft in size Medium, about 55ft in size Large, and 65 ft in size X-Large). The width of the belt is 1 3/4 inches wide and the internal canvas core is 2.6 mm thick for a secure grip with the buckle.(Medium-Waist size 32"-40", Large-Waist size 40"-48", X-Large-Waist size 48"-56"). Each belt includes an EXTRA metal tip for the webbing so you can trim the tail if you wish, for a more tailerd look. Just cut the webbing and press the tip on the edge(pliers help).
*Your pant size will not always match your waist size, so be sure to double check to choose the appropriate size belt.
*To make sure of you waist size, measure a belt that you currently wear from the buckle to the hole you clasp is thru.
*If your waist size is right in the middle of 2 size belts, go with the larger size. (ex. You have a 32" waist, then pick size medium(32"-40").
Adjustable Flip-Top Military Buckle (May center in middle at any size unlike other Cord over Canvas Belts)
Cobra weaved ParaCord over 1 1/4" Webbing 2.6 mm thick
Cord can be used in a survival situation and still have a belt to hold you pants up
Includes extra Metal tip to accomodate trimming off excess webbing tail for a more tailered look