Crosstac D-Belt II Tactical Belt
Crosstac D-Belt II Tactical Belt
Crosstac D-Belt II Tactical Belt
Crosstac D-Belt II Tactical Belt
Crosstac D-Belt II Tactical Belt
Crosstac D-Belt II Tactical Belt
Crosstac D-Belt II Tactical Belt

Crosstac D-Belt II Tactical Belt

SKU #: CT-135000
MSRP: $79.99
$74.99
Description


Meet the PERFECT belt for concealed carry! This belt offers unparalleled strength, comfort and style, all while packing a tactical punch. Its most UNIQUE feature: the super-thin BOKER Credit Card Knife seamlessly integrates into the belt behind a genuine Cobra buckle. Look smart, hide smart! Our special D-Cut insert gives this belt the ideal balance of stiffness while 'giving' just where needed for comfort. It also prevents the belt from bowing out in the small of the back and becoming a chair hook, or poking into your back and rubbing. Our customers tell us this is by far the most comfortable belt they own - all while being the strongest!

This belt is the perfect match for any holster and will hold up to your concealed weapon, tools, cell phones, Leathermans - whatever you decide to carry on it. We've also cut an angle on the tongue, so it doesn't catch on your jacket or hands when you have it buckled down. The money slot is designed to hold one bill for an emergency and that bill is held in by friction and your belt loops.

A hidden knife and a hidden money slot make this the ultimate in concealed carry tactical belts. You can access the knife with the belt on!

The name "D-belt" comes from the "D" cut in the back of our unique, internal stiffening layer. It flexes in & out with movement but not up and down, giving only in the perfect spot at the far back belt loop. Less than 1/8" thick but vertically very stiff to hold up to any concealed carry holsters. The belt is also adjustable in length to account for different holsters.

SIZING: Our belts run true to size. Please measure your waist to confirm your actual size, through the belt loops like you were wearing a belt, using a cloth tape measure. If you tuck your shirt in, please do that during this measurement to aid accuracy. Add 1/2" for an outside the waistband holster. Add up to 2" for an inside the waist band holster, again, taking your waist measurement 'with' the holster will help you be more accurate. Use the cloth measuring tape and go over / through your holster.

HELPFUL SIZING NOTE: Do not go by the tag inside your pants to determine actual size. Even though your pants tag may say 34" for example, that often differs from actual size.

Custom sizes are available. Call or email us - we can accommodate you. Want a custom color combo (Coyote web with a black buckle? Black web with a foliage green buckle?) Just put it in the notes for your order and we'll make it.

Features:

  • Built to conceal a Boker Credit Card Knife
  • Concealed money slot built in.
  • Genuine Cobra buckle, color matches the belt. All buckles machined from the highest grade 7075 aluminum alloy and feature solid brass and stainless internal release mechanisms.
  • Specially contoured D-Belt poly liner stiffens the belt vertically
  • Perfect for concealed carry use, PDA's, cell phones, knives, Leathermans and More!
  • Specially contoured D-Belt poly liner stiffens the belt vertically.
  • 1.75" Mil Spec Webbing
  • Lined for comfort
  • 100% Made in USA by the dedicated folks at Crosstac

  • Belt - Buckle

  • Black Belt = Black Buckle
  • Coyote Brown Belt = Coyote Brown Buckle
  • Foliage Green Belt = Foliage Green Buckle
  • Camo Green Belt = Coyote Brown Buckle
  • Olive Drab Belt = Foliage Green Buckle
  • Reviews
    3.9
    13 Reviews
    5
    23% (3)
    4
    62% (8)
    3
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    62% Recommend this product (8 of 13 responses)
    By Chris
    Colorado
    September 17, 2015
    So light
    I purchased this belt to use as an under belt for my duty gear and when it showed up I was a bit skeptical because it is so light and thin. I thought that it would be too flimsy under all the weight. I was wrong! This belt is great. It's so slim and light I can hardly tell its on and it holds up well. I also like that the buckle is slim and I can open the belt without having to pull the end through the buckle for those emergency moments. The contour in the back where the belt usually folds is a nice touch, the belt doesn't fold into the small of my back like others have. I used to wear the 5.11 Operator belt under my duty belt and it always felt bulky and heavy. I'm very happy with this belt. Worth the price.
    ProsLight Slim Cobra Buckle
    By Opie
    New Jersey
    May 19, 2015
    Belt for off-duty carry
    The belt is very comfortable and holds my off-duty weapon securely.
    ProsFits and wears great.
    By Rusty Watkins
    Ft Bragg
    January 3, 2015
    Crosstac Belt
    The belt fits well with Levi 501's and 5.11 Stryke pants. The brown webbing is contrasted with yellow stitching. It bends sufficiently to be comfortable. I normally wear a Leatherman pouch and a cell phone pouch on my belt and neither sags. You have to run the belt through the loops and attach the opposite side of the buckle, then adjust the Velcro to the correct fit, so there's another step a regular belt wouldn't need. If you were in a big hurry to get your belt on it would suck.
    ProsLooks groovy
    ConsTakes longer to don
    By Steve
    La Mesa CA
    October 31, 2014
    Good belt
    Better than I thought. Would prefer larger/more hooked Velcro. Otherwise it's comfortable and holds my holstered glock 17 nicely.
    ConsPrice and needs more hook Velcro.
    By Doug
    Virginia
    September 9, 2014
    Good belt
    I like the belt. It is well thought out, light and secures well. It is also easy to slip through belt loops. I would recommend it.
    By Thad
    Over there
    August 14, 2014
    Poorly sized
    I bought the belt to use as a pistol belt and also to maybe work as a battle belt. I'm a size 32, so I bought the 32-34 size. It barely catches the velcro. If I was 34, it would likely be useless. I'm not sure, maybe I got a missize. Can't use as a battle belt at all. For a $60 belt.....not impressed
    Prosnice clasp
    Constoo small velcro small and weak and will likely fail after one year.
    By Lyle
    Russellville, AR
    March 27, 2014
    Almost perfect belt
    Fits amazing. The D-cut stiffener adds the right amount of rigidity and give. The location of the knife is comfortable and you can easily forget that it's there. The buckle is awesome if your belt loops are big enough but using the hook and loop will work if it doesn't fit. The storage pouch in the back has plenty of space but doesn't have a way to secure what you put inside. If you have the sewing skills, adding a small zipper takes care of that. If that was added by Crosstac, this would be a five star, must purchase item.
    ProsComfortable, functional, durable
    ConsNeeds a zipper or something added to the back to secure items. (Keys, money, etc.)
    By EOD_Devon
    Middle East
    February 3, 2014
    The way to go!
    This belt & knife combo is the way to go!! Great fit, good back-up rig!
    ProsVery well made & holds up even with daily wear in Afghanistan
    ConsLacking an extra slot for a ceramic razor blade/cuff key to free yourself if captured
    By Deryk
    Wisconsin
    January 24, 2014
    Love it!
    This belt is amazing. If you get it, you have to get the knife to go with it. If you wear the belt right, you can't even feel that the knife is there. It is very comfortable and does its job perfectly. But, make sure that you have pants with big enough belt loops. I have to force it through some of my pants' loops, but once it gets through it works. Buy it larger than what you would think you need though!!
    ProsComfortable Undetectable knife that you can't feel is even there Strong buckle Looks great Durable
    ConsHave to force it through belt loops sometimes
    By Bar D
    Los Angeles, CA
    January 6, 2014
    Pay attention to the stiching detail
    Just got the belt and not very happy. Everything is there and it seems like a quality belt. Fit is good and it is rigid enough for my needs. However, what I missed when I purchased this belt online was the stitching on either side of the belt. The pictures online show it (I looked after I got the belt) but it does not seem that pronounced in the pictures. The yellow stitching on a black belt is not what I wanted. It is bright and noticeable and unless I am wearing yellow pants and black shoes (god help me) it’s not really going with much. Yellow, of all the colors…well pink would be worse, but still why yellow stitching on a black belt? Call me picky or whatever you want but the belt is just not doing it for me with the yellow stitching. Even reflective white thread would be better, not what I want either but better. Yellow!??!?!?!?!
    By Roger Hobbs
    Mesa, AZ
    May 17, 2013
    CrossTac D-belt
    Great Belt, especially with the Boker knife. Holds up to carrying a .45. Love the Velcro adjustment. Ordered another one from Crosstac. Need to make sure of your waist measurement
    By shilpa
    bangalore
    April 25, 2013
    buy socks online
    new model with good colors suits for all types of dresses
    By gunslinger
    afghanistan
    April 7, 2013
    This is a real belt!
    good video ; thanks for showing how the buckle works. PS. money falls out
    Q&A
    6 Questions & 7 Answers
    David
    from Missouri City, TX asked:
    October 23, 2015
    Is the camo green belt camo colored and if so, what pattern? Also what color are the buckles on the Foliage green and OD green belts
    1 Answers
    On the Second to last picture posted, the Camo green is the belt all the way to the left. It's more of a yellowish green. The buckle on the Foliage belt is black and the OD Green belt has a silver/foliage looking color for the buckle. Hope that helps!
    Customer Service
    on October 26, 2015

    Richie
    from Seal Beach asked:
    August 9, 2015
    Hi, what is the actual length (excluding buckle) of a 38-40" belt?
    1 Answers
    45.75" is what i measured out with this, that's not including the buckle. 1" of the belt webbing at the end is cut at an angle.
    Customer Service
    on August 11, 2015

    Mike
    from waterford, michigan asked:
    March 22, 2014
    Ok.. so I don't have a cloth tape measure. I ordered my belt in my jean size of 34 (34-36) which is obviously too small. This belt measures 41.75" minus the buckle. The 5.11 belt I usually use measures 48". Any help on the proper size belt for me? I use inside and outside the waist holsters with the 5.11 if that helps as well.. thank-you.
    1 Answers
    generally speaking you do not want to go by the tag inside your waist band as these may not always be your true waist size. the best option i would say is to see how many inches you are short and adjust accordingly for the correct size in the drop down menu. please remember to add a few inches as well for an inside the waist band holster.
    Customer Service
    on March 24, 2014

    Rick
    from Chicago, Illinois asked:
    September 18, 2013
    I wear 36 waist pants, What size belt should I order? Thanks
    2 Answers
    If you ever go below a waist size 36, you would want to purchase the 34-36 belt. If you ever go over a size 36 or carry an IWB holster, you might want to purchase a size 36-38.
    Customer Service
    on September 19, 2013
    ^^^^ This is the wrong answer. I followed this advice. I actually wear a 34 pants. I ordered the 34-36 and the belt is 3 to 4 inches too short. This is the gap between the buckles with the belt adjusted all the way out. I am going to reorder a 38-40, as these belts run very small. You would think they would throw an extra couple of inches on the end. Hopefully a 38-40 will allow me to carry IWB and OWB, without having lots of extra tongue left over.
    Bill
    on April 16, 2014
    from Montevallo, AL

    Sweets06
    April 25, 2013
    already have the knife, how much is the belt
    1 Answers
    The belt is $59.99. If you were to purchase the belt and knife it would be $22 more.
    on April 25, 2013

    Leonard Simpson
    March 30, 2013
    do you sell a belt with a similar buckle but with narrower belt width say 1.5 inch. My Dad has a hard time with belts and I wish I could find a similar designed buckle with a narrower belt.
    1 Answers
    If you would like a belt similar to this in a 1.5" width, you should check out Fusion Belts, they have a couple 1.5" belts with the quick release buckles.
    on March 30, 2013

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