Good quality, no need to find the right hole or make the right hole. Can adjust to any size.
Need to make a grey belt (USMC)
They need to make a foliage green belt for the Marines that are a grey belt for MCMAP. Other than that it's a great belt... Although I'm pretty sure that it's not authorized in uniform for an inspection due to the fact that it doesn't have a black buckle.
Just purchased this belt for use with my old bdu's when I hike, track and trail, and with regular jeans/pants. I'm very impressed. It comes long, but can be trimmed to fit, and ends burned to prevent fraying. Excellent! You can't go wrong with this BDU belt!
Still going after all these years
Yeah, it's a little big from the factory, but it's easy to cut down. I had mine for about 7 years with no problems. I think I'll order another one just to have a different color...
Blackhawk Univesal BDU belt
I ordered this awhile ago (last weekish) and recived it fairly fast. What US Cav doesnt say is that it is a large (atleast mine was). I looked it up on the Blackhawk website, and a large fits upto a 52in waist. So if ordering this, order with caution as most likely they (USC) only has size Large. Other than that, the belt goes through the right side, around back, then on the left side when putting it on so the Blackhawk Logo is right side up (for me, I put my belt on left side, so it's akward).
Better Than Your Average Belt
Nothing fancy here. Just your typical nylon 'BDU belt' [these used to be called 'rigger's belts']. A near exact copy of the current trouser belts issued to the troops. A slightly better quality product than standard USGI. The slightly higher price is obviously for the little label attached to the belt that reads 'BLACKHAWK!'. If this is what you need to hold up your BDUs, CCUs, or ACUs, then its worth the price! You just can not beat a BLACKHAWK! product.
This belt isn't exactly what i am looking for.In the Marine Corp. we have a martial arts program which contains differant color belts. They go from tan, to grey, to green, to brown, to black.
- September 7, 2005