The Warrior Gear Cobra Riggers Belt stays true to the name being manufactured by former Canadian army riggers. Our rigger belts feature a 1 3/4" Cobra quick release buckle and stowable V-ring. While our belts are manufactured out of Mil-Spec materials and reinforced stitching we do not endorse our product for as a load bearing safety belt.
-Military Grade Quality
-1 3/4" COBRA Buckle
-Fully Adjustable for Comfortable Fit
-7,000 lbs Tensile Strength for Solid Colors
-5,000 lbs Tensile Strength for Multicam
MADE IN CANADA
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If you go on a ruck march with it, please gave it a slack. Could hurt you bad because it’s made with rough and tough materials.
I guess I will have it in 20 years
Purchased in early Feb 2022. I have been using this low profile Cobra Rigger belt on active service. It is very easy to use and the Cobra Buckle is better then I initially thought. Well worth the money. I was using the CP Gear belt for 10 years, and won't be going back to it, as this belt is easier to put on, take off and is lighter. Highly recommended. Wish I had it for Afghanistan...
holds my pants up and my girlfriend understands the buckle
these things are wins
I bought this belt for holding my equipment at work (I’m a paramedic). So it doesn’t have to hold much weight. My shears, a penlight and my radio clip are about it. Also, the “rigger” portion of the belt is actually super useful for a lot more than its originally designed purpose. It holds carabiners quite well. The belt overall is an excellent low profile belt for what I need it to do.
The materials on their own are excellent as always, but the combination of them is where things could improve. I have the black material which is too thick to pass through the buckle twice. It needs a buckle designed to accommodate thicker material. What I do is run the tail/excess belt overtop of the male buckle, and secure it that way.
However, it might just be a problem with the black material, because I see the photos of the others on the website having no issues.
Bought this belt thinking it would be well made being that it’s Canadian. I was definitely wrong. The Velcro is barely stitched on, it gets caught on every belt loop as I put the belt on. With it catching as much as it does it’s only a matter of time before the threads start ripping. Other than this the belt is great but when and I mean when not if the Velcro separates then the belt is useless at that point.
Hey Kyle best part of buying local is we will definitely take care of this for you.
Send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org with some pictures, what you're describing isn't cool and we'll be happy to fix it.