5.11 Tactical Maverick Assaulters Belt 59569
5.11 Tactical Maverick Assaulters Belt 59569
5.11 Tactical Maverick Assaulters Belt 59569
5.11 Tactical Maverick Assaulters Belt 59569
5.11 Tactical Maverick Assaulters Belt 59569
5.11 Tactical Maverick Assaulters Belt 59569

5.11 Tactical Maverick Assaulters Belt 59569

SKU #: 511-59569
MSRP: $94.99
$89.99
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Description
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  • Comfortable, ergonomic, and designed for one time fit and forget convenience, the Maverick Assaulter's Belt features a patented AustriAlpine® buckle assembly that gives you quick attach and detach capability but remains stable and secure when worn. An integrated web loop at the front provides added customizability.

    Features:

  • Fast and convenient rigger's belt
  • One-time fit and forget
  • Ergonomic design
  • Quick on and off

  • Specifications:

  • Durable, rugged construction
  • 1.75" wide
  • Front web loop
  • Customizable AustriAlpine buckles
  • Sizes run small; we recommend that you order 1 size up

  • Belt Sizing:

  • S = 28-30
  • M = 32-34
  • L = 36-38
  • XL = 40-42
  • 2XL = 44-46
  • 3XL = 48-50
  • 4XL = 52-54
  • Reviews
    3.4
    5 Reviews
    5
    20% (1)
    4
    40% (2)
    3
    20% (1)
    2
    0% (0)
    1
    20% (1)
    80% Recommend this product (4 of 5 responses)
    By SSG Burns
    St Paul, MN
    July 24, 2016
    Perfect OCP Uniform Belt
    Best belt I've been able to find to wear with the new OCP Scorpoin pattern uniform. Color is spot on to the cheap issue belt available in base exchange. It's also the only belt I've been able to feed through belt loops without removing the buckle although it does hang up occasionally on the rigger loop. Size was right on as I normally wear 32-34 waist and medium fit perfect unlike some gunfighter belts that are sized to wear over inner belt and fit too big.
    ProsColor, quality, fit
    ConsCost is he ghee than many but still not the most expensive
    By Luna
    CA
    July 4, 2015
    really, a great belt
    This is a pretty great belt reliable, strong, and stylish. i give you that the price isn't the most appealing but it's honestly one of the best belts i have ever owned. i now have 2 of them so i highly recommend it !
    Prosreliable, strong, and stylish
    Consprice... but could be worse
    By RH
    Charlotte, NC
    May 20, 2015
    Size issue
    Was on my son's wishlist. Bought for his birthday. He is a 33 waist. Bought medium based on specs and comments by LA Police Gear staff. Barely big enough. Returning for a large. Problem is LAPG will pay for return but charges when new one shipped. Not happy about that since purchased size based on staff comments. Buy one size larger.
    ProsQuality construction.
    ConsSizing specs and return policy. Buy one size larger.
    By Jason
    Port Charlotte, FL
    October 15, 2013
    Great alternative to a Ares Gear Ranger Belt
    Have been using this belt for roughly 4 months now in the carry belt rotation. Used an Ares Gear Ranger Belt previously, but disliked having to remove the buckle every time it was donned. The smaller male portion of the buckle on this belt eliminates that issue. As mentioned above the riggers loop is a little bulky, and can make pulling it through belt loops a minor chore, but it's not an insurmountable task, and certainly not a huge detraction from the pluses of the belt. The minor modification that I feel is required is to remove the little 5.11 logo tag as it will snag every single time you attempt to take it off, which is easily handled with a knife/scissors. It's a great alternative to the Ranger Belt, and another option for a carry belt that should not be overlooked. To rate it at a 1 due to the riggers loop gripe is ridiculous at best.
    ProsSturdy construction, fits through belt loops on nearly all common brands of pants without removing the buckle.
    Consriggers loops could be a tad smaller to ease installation/removal through belt loops.
    By Guido Kimble
    Firestone, CO
    June 10, 2013
    Super-cool belt that doesn't do it's job.
    I wanted to love this belt, but it just isn't functional. The tongue of the buckle is too large to fit through the openings on a belt-mounted Blackhawk Sherpa holster, and other belt-mounted equipment with fixed openings. The loop sewn on the belt for caribiner attachment is awkwardly large, barely fits through even the comparatively large belt loops on 5.11's own pants, and does not fit through various holster belt holes and other belt-worn equipment. In order for this belt to work, you would either need to wear no equipment on your belt, wear only clip-on equipment, or they would need to redesign it with a thinner tongue and caribiner loop.
    Q&A
    8 Questions & 12 Answers
    Chris
    from Inyo asked:
    February 28, 2017
    My waist is about 31". Does the small adjust past 30" or should I go with a medium?
    1 Answers
    Yes you can adjust this a few inches either way.
    Customer Service
    on March 9, 2017

    Dave
    from Erie, Pa area asked:
    May 2, 2016
    Belt width?
    1 Answers
    This is a 1.75" wide belt
    Customer Service
    on May 2, 2016

    Joseph
    from Tuscaloosa, AL asked:
    January 3, 2016
    If I wear a size 32-34, but order a large, can it adjust appropriately or should I stick with a medium?
    2 Answers
    the large size will only be able to adjust down to size 36 so it would be better to stick with the medium size.
    Customer Service
    on January 22, 2016
    the large size will only be able to adjust down to size 36 so it would be better to stick with the medium size.
    Customer Service
    on January 22, 2016

    Steve
    from CT asked:
    June 23, 2014
    Trying to decide between Maverick and Operator belt. Been researching pro's and cons. I've seen/felt an operator belt in person and own few TDU belts. Is the maverick as rigid as the operator belt? I see that it does not have an internal stiffener.
    2 Answers
    I own both and I can say that the Maverick is as rigid as the operator.
    Quan
    on June 24, 2014
    from Colleyville, TX
    The belt is pretty stiff. It is essentially two TDU belts stitched over each other. I've used the belt as a standalone with my uniform and I have used it in a Tactical Tailor Battle Belt. It is a great belt and has held up to alot of abuse. Keep in mind you are paying for the 5.11 name. If cost is an issue the same setup can be found for up to $40 cheaper. Just make sure whatever you buy has a legitimate COBRA Buckle.
    Brad
    on June 26, 2014
    from Afghanistan

    Mike
    July 22, 2013
    The sizes listed are only 2" difference. Is that all the adjustment you have for this belt? Are those sizes "waist size" or "belt size"? The actual length range of the belt would be helpful for those of us wanting to run this inside a battle belt.
    1 Answers
    These 5.11 belts have about 4" - 5" of adjustment from the smaller size listed. The measurements shown are based on waist size.
    on July 22, 2013

    Rowan Knoff
    April 4, 2013
    Does it have an internal stiffener for holster support?
    1 Answers
    No, this 5.11 Maverick Belt does not have an internal stiffener.
    on April 4, 2013

    Blake hyder
    March 6, 2013
    What are the waist sizes for each size?
    1 Answers
    The sizes for the 5.11 belts are as follows. S = 28-30 M = 32-34 L = 36-38 XL = 40-42 2XL = 44-46 3XL = 48-50 4XL = 52-54
    on March 6, 2013

    Michael Marzec
    February 20, 2013
    What is the width of this belt?
    3 Answers
    This 5.11 Belt is 1.75" wide.
    on February 20, 2013
    a large should do you just fine.
    Customer Service
    on June 19, 2014
    about this belt, i wear 36" pants. What the size belt i use?
    alex
    on June 18, 2014
    from Brazil

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