5.11 Tactical Double Duty TDU Belt 1.5"
SKU #: 511-59568
The 5.11 Tactical 1.5" Double Duty TDU belt is constructed of two layers of heavy duty nylon webbing with five rows of stitching for the durability you expect from a 5.11 Tactical product.
You get double the value as this belt is reversible and comes in two color combos: Black/Coyote and Black/TDU Green. The micro-adjustable buckle paired with the tapered, easy thread belt tip provides greater comfort and a perfect fit.
5.11 Tactical Double Duty TDU Belt 1.5 inch 59568
78% Recommend this product (76 of 97 responses)
December 20, 2017
This is my 2nd one of this item with the previous being a different color set. It's a great product and suitable as a gun belt for those weighing up to around 30 oz. Wears well and looks crisp. It was maybe 1" longer overall than the first one. I'd recommend the XXL size over the XL for those who wear 40" pants. The XL is just almost too small when wearing a holstered gun.
November 12, 2017
5.11 Double Duty Tac Belt
Good sizing. Easy, reliable buckle. Very strong. Better than expected.
July 26, 2017
This is the second one of these I have purchased and could not be happier with them. After 3 years of nearly daily wear there was no signs of separation or degradation in my previous belt. The only reason I had to replace it was that I loaned the belt to a friend who liked it so much they did not want to give it back.
ProsNO METAL!!!, passes through airport security with no problem. Near perfect width, fits 90% of belt loops. Decently rigid, belt does not curl under the weight of a holster and is stiff enough to do one handed drills.
ConsOne small con, if worn black side out, where the black and tan materials are stitched together tends to catch in the first belt loop. A very minor annoyance
July 15, 2017
This belt is awesome! it's my everyday belt no matter what I wear.
ProsFit, thickness, firm, colors.
ConsHaven't run into any yet
By Bad Day
Lake Butler, Fl
June 30, 2017
The thickest and nicest nylon belt I've ever owned.
ProsGood for uniform and street clothes
ConsNone so far
June 18, 2017
Use it for hunting great belt
I really like this belt because it fits my hunting pants great,.
ConsThey need to do a camo color like realteee Xtra
April 27, 2017
Not bad for everyday wear.
The end of the belt doesn't have velcro. That's the only complain and reason for 4 stars.
ProsTwo tone colors.
ConsNo velcro at the end of the belt
By Daniel WIlson
March 17, 2017
This belt is rigid and supports a holster very well. It also has a plastic fastener, so you can go through airport security without removing it.
ProsRigid, sized right, airport security friendly
By Lt Col Charles
March 16, 2017
Just what I needed
This is a belt I can use with about all my tactical clothing and flip it for casual clothes
ProsDual color. Size
ConsI don't know if the plastic buckle is a con or not. Time will tell
January 23, 2017
Great heavy-duty alternative to leather
I am really impressed by this belt. It is the first non-leather belt I've had that is actually strong and solid enough to support a holster. Being reversible means it will work with any attire. Very happy with it. One suggestion, though: when determining the size you need, go to the next size up over what your pant size is, NOT your actual pant size. If you wear 36-38 pants, buy the XL belt. If you are in the 38-40 range (like me), buy the 2XL. The XL belt works fine, but I'd rather have extra.
January 19, 2017
I haven't gotten a chance to use it yet but it feels solid and definitely don't suspect it will sag due to holster etc.
January 14, 2017
Wanted to like it.
I really wanted to like this belt. Initial impressions were positive. It's a double layer reversible version of the 5.11 standard belt. The two layers make it stiffer, which is a good thing. The problem comes when you have to try and really cinch it down. Because of the reversible buckle it is really difficult to get this belt tight enough to properly hold just a gun and mags. I imagine it would be even tougher with more gear. I love 5.11 stuff, but this one flopped.
ConsBuckle makes tightening tough
By William Comer
January 2, 2017
Love this belt
This belt is well worth the money and looks great!!
By Bryant Williams
December 19, 2016
Nice CCW belt
This is my second 5.11 belt. This one has the plastic buckle which is pretty for going thru security gates. It's very firm and love how it's reversible. If ever needed will purchase again.
December 7, 2016
A very strong stiff belt, great for hanging tactical gear from.
16 Questions & 25 Answers
from firstname.lastname@example.org asked:
January 30, 2018
What waist sizes in inches correspond to your sizes
I’m sorry for the confusion, there is a link to a size chart to the right of the color/size dropdown menu that gives the sizes according to waist measurements.
on January 31, 2018
from Windy City asked:
May 16, 2017
Has anyone tried or used this as an inner belt for a duty rig? Outer gear is Bianchi nylon.
This belt has a buckle that stands out and is not comfortable under a duty holster.
on May 18, 2017
from Los Angeles, CA
I use it as an inner belt with my competition rig which is a 2” tactical safariland web belt. I hold it in place with three (3) belt keepers located all around. The belt buckle does not get in the way.
on October 17, 2017
from Albany, NY asked:
April 10, 2017
How am I supposed to tighten this thing up???
I had a hard time getting it to tighten properly at first also. The best way that i have found to do it is to push the slack into the buckle from the side you feed into the buckle. Then pull tight from the end of the buckle. You have to do this a few times to get the fit just right. Kind of a pain, but it has never loosened up on me.
on April 11, 2017
pull tight and hold and put the other end in buckle ,breathe normally and hold your breath for two minutes and you will love this belt for life!!!
on April 11, 2017
from St. Petersburg Fl. 33714
You loop it through as shown in the pic, then loop the tail through the buckle where the little tab sticks out. The buckle grabs the belt and holds it quite well.
on April 11, 2017
Hold the buckle, slip it through like an inch worm....push it in, then push the slack through the second part, while maintaining the hold on the buckle. The great thing is that it won't slip loose on you. It is tight as can be, and holds it.
on April 11, 2017
from Danville, IN
from Illinois asked:
October 13, 2016
If I order way bigger, can it be trimmed?
It can but the cut end may fray
on October 13, 2016
Yes this can be trimmed, but I would suggest you melt the cut ends to keep it from fraying just like whipping rope.
on July 31, 2017
Gary L Rouse
from VA asked:
September 28, 2015
What is the overall length between large and extra large?
Here are those measurements from the tip of the plastic buckle to the end of the belt - Large = 46" Extra Large = 50" These are the measurements I was able to obtain. Hope that helps!
on September 29, 2015
from Virginia asked:
June 28, 2015
You get a lot of questions on which size to order and the answers you provide are not helpful, as they repeat what is in the size chart. It would be very helpful if you also provided the actual length of the belt. In other words a size L belt is xx inches. By providing the length customers on-the-line would be able to easily determine whether to up or down a size. Thanks
I personally pulled every size we have on these out and measured them from belt tip to buckle tip and here are my results - Small - 38 inches Medium - 42 inches Large - 46 inches XLarge - 50 inches 2XLarge - 54 inches 3XLarge - 58 inches 4XLarge - 61.5 inches I hope that helps!
on June 30, 2015
The large belt is most definitely NOT 46". I used this answer from customer service to purchase mine. Ended up with a belt that doesnt fit & too much of a hassle to return and exchange.
on May 28, 2016
from Opp, AL
from NEVADA asked:
May 1, 2015
Is it too much to ask for a sizing chart link for this item you are trying to sell me?
There is a size chart listed on this page. If you look under the option box, you will see a clickable link that says "View Size Chart".
on May 4, 2015
from Ontario asked:
November 8, 2014
I have a 32"-34' pant size and I don't know whether to get the medium or large.
for size 32-34 waist the manufacture shows a size medium would fit you fine. if you plan on attaching alot of pouches though to your belt you may want to consider going up a size.
on November 10, 2014
from Riverside, Ca. asked:
January 22, 2014
Does the belt have velcro for the excess to stay put?
no this item does not have Velcro.
on January 22, 2014
from Oneonta,N.Y. asked:
December 6, 2013
is the buckle plastic or steel? Does this come in black?
The buckle is plastic. It does come in black. They all technically come in two colors and you just reverse them to get the color you want.
on December 6, 2013
July 12, 2013
What is the thickness of this belt?
This 5.11 belt is .25" thick.
on July 12, 2013
July 3, 2013
42 inch waist, what size?
For a 42" waist you will want to purchase a size XL which is for waist sizes 40-42.
on July 3, 2013
For a 42 inch waist, the XL belt will not fit at all. Get the 2XL, or even the 3XL. I wear 38 or 40 waist pants, and the XL is just barely large enough.
on January 23, 2017
from Mifflintown, PA
April 25, 2013
I have a 33" waist with a holster&double mag holder what size belt?
For a 33" waist, you will want to purchase a Medium sized belt since a Medium will fit waist sizes 32 - 34.
on April 25, 2013
Go larger! The answer above is incorrect for concealed carry!
on February 14, 2017
March 19, 2013
44 in waist what is the correct size?
For a size 44 waist, you will want to purchase a 2XL which will fit 44-46 sized waists.
on March 19, 2013
November 24, 2012
What is the small medium large sizes on belts? waist size of 32" needs ???
A waist size of 32 would be a Medium.
on November 24, 2012
October 30, 2012
34 in waist. Should I order Lg or XLg? TNX
For this belt, Medium is for waist sizes 32-34 and Large is for 36-38.
on October 30, 2012
I wear a 34" waist pant and conceal carry. Bought larger. NOT LONG ENOUGH! Bought XL for conceal carry.
on February 14, 2017
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