Belt Waist Belt Waist
30 29-32 42 41-44
32 31-34 44 43-46
34 33-36 46 45-48
36 35-38 48 47-50
38 37-40 50 49-52
Sizing your EDC Belt© Co LLC “The Foundation” © Belt Using a tailor’s tape.
Measure your true pant size by threading the tailor’s tape through your belt loops WITH YOUR HOLSTER AND ANY OTHER ACCESSORIES MOUNTED ON YOUR PANTS! This may require assistance. Take the closest size to the measurement in INCHES. Make sure you thread the tape through holster mounting loops as well. Generally, this will be the next belt size up from your pant size. See Example below.
If you have any questions concerning sizing, please email EDC Belt© Company at email@example.com.
Example: EDC Belt© Co LLC Co-Founder Bryan’s true waist size is 35 ¼. Bryan wears 36 waist pants. With his Beretta Elite LTT in an AIWB Holster and JM Custom Kydex OWB mag pouch mounted, his Measurement is 37 ¾. Bryan buy’s a size 38 Belt.
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Belt is easy to adjust and fits well.
It' just a pain to use.
Ordered another one today.
Fits great, support in all the right places. If not just move the buckle. Great belt for the price.
I first heard about this belt months ago from Mickey with Carry Trainer. I’ve owned a variety of edc belts over the years and while I believed what he said, I figured it wouldn’t be much different from what I currently had. I finally decided to try one out, and while I’ve only had less than a week of using it I am blown away at the difference. The comfort that comes from having stiffness only where needed has a far greater impact than I thought it could. I also love the buckle design, slips through the loops quite easily and has just enough retention to make adjustment easy but secure until you want to lock it down with the Velcro. Incredible belt, will have no use for the other 4 belts I have lying around now, would recommend to anyone looking over anything comparable on the market.
I've tried all the hottest gun belts on the market from Aries to TRex Arms to Magpul to Blue Alpha Gear to Kore to Klik etc. And so far NONE of them are as comfortable for appendix carriers than The Foundation belt. This belt is my current favorite belt right now because it's the only one I own that I don't have to wear an extra homemade 'pad' so the weight of the belt and gear doesn't dig into my side/hips causing a HUGE sore. This Foundation belt has stretchy material in the right places if you're an appendix carrier, and hard sections of the belt where the holsters will go (mag and gun). Now it isn't as convenient as say the Kore essentials ratcheting belt, however the comfort for me outweighs any other feature of any other belt. I'm sick of using a sock, or a special pad to prevent the belts from digging into my lower hips and this Foundation belt really does take care of that problem. The ONLY criticism i would give this belt, is I wish it was a TRUE appendix carry model. And not an AWIB/IWB or strong side wearable. The reason being, is that the scuba webbing up front is really nice and stiff, and the scuba webbing along the side where you would run your mags is stiff too, however it extends too far behind the back and after wearing a full size gun/light combo, your lower back can def feel it. if the mag side had a little 'hard' webbing in the back and it started at the 7/8oclock position instead of the 6:30 position it'd be MUCH better. All in all I'd give this belt a 5/5 and just wish they had various colors.