Posted December 20, 2018 10:00 am by Comments

By Jacki Billings

The newest iteration of Nexbelt, the EDC Rogue, brings a dressy appearance to the gun belt community. (Photo: Jacki Billings/Guns.com)
Finding a solid gun belt to hold up your gear can be a frustrating experience, especially when it comes to determining exactly what size you need. Eliminating the sizing drama, Nexbelt offers a “hole-less” gun belt design designed to ease the buying process with a one size to rule them all approach. Guns.com has given Nexbelts a whirl before, but with the recent batch of EDC inspired belts launching, we decided to give the Nexbelt series another go. This time, we’re trying out the company’s latest carry belt – the EDC Rogue.
What is a Nexbelt?
Nexbelt’s claim to fame is its inherent lack of holes. The belt relies on a ratchet style system to deliver sizing up to 50-inches. The EDC Rogue features a black leather look offset with a distressed nickel buckle measuring 1 11/16-inches by 1 ½-inches. The belt strap itself delivers a 1 3/8-inch width.
While the exterior of the belt is a dressed-up leather style, the interior offers a nylon backing with measurement marks. The marks correspond to the wearer’s measurements, allowing for efficient and easy sizing.
The Nexbelt design

Source: Guns.com

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