Sunday, December 1, 2019

Gear Review: WYuZe Nylon Webbing Tactical Belts

By Timothy Gamble
It didn't occur to me to write a review of these belts until a few months ago when a friend asked me where I got mine. I was enthusiastically telling him about them when it dawned on me I should write one. After all, I've been wearing these exclusively for two years now and absolutely love them. Great belts at a great price.

The WYuZe Nylon Webbing Tactical Belts are a fully adjustable, holeless design with a removable YKK plastic buckle (a high-quality hard plastic). The nylon belt is 1.5 inches wide and fits the belt loops on all my pants. Attractive designs available in several colors (although mine are all black), these rugged belts work both as everyday work belts and as dress belts. In addition to wearing them as my everyday belt, I also wear them with dress slacks to church and on dates (the only times I "dress up"). 

I've been wearing these belts exclusively for over two years now with no problems whatsoever. As a prepper and outdoorsman, I lead a very active lifestyle (hiking, fishing, avid gardener, etc.) and always give my belts quite a workout. I also wear a multi-tool on my belt daily. In the past my leather belts have worn out quickly, becoming deformed, rolled, scraped up, and tearing where the holes are punched in. I even had a metal buckle break before. Two years of wearing these belts everyday, and they still look new. Absolutely no problems.

I personally give this belt 5 out of 5 stars. Most Amazon reviewers seem to love this belt also, giving it 4.5 stars with over 1,000 reviews (88% of all reviews were either 4 or 5 stars). This is also very affordable, with a pack of two priced around $14 (depending on color choice). That is less than what one leather belt costs!  Available on Amazon. I am an affiliate, so buying through the links in this article helps support this website. Thank you!!


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