Blade Tech adds new products

Blade-Tech has added a new line of kydex reinforced belts for competition and concealed carry to their excellent line of products.  I use a Blade-Tech holster paird with a Blackhawk belt for IDPA competition and I cannot say enough good things about it.

PUYALLUP, WA, MARCH 10, 2010: As a part of Blade-Tech’s push to expand its product offering, it is proud to introduce theLooper Belts Series of U.S. made, Kydex®reinforced premium cow hide leather belts.
Blade-Tech has made a name for itself by making some of the best thermoformedplastic holsters available on the market today. The same high quality material that is used in many of their holsters gives the Looper Belt Series its structure and vertical rigidity. The belts are made not to flex or breakdown under the weight of a weapon worn for concealment or competition.
The seemingly casual looking design of the belt helps with overall concealment of a carry weapon. The Looper Belt Series of quality belts by Blade-Tech are lightweight and are produced in such a way as to eliminate stretching for the life of the belt.
Initially, Blade-Tech will offer the belts in black and a rich chocolate brown. Both belts will have theirexterior leather dyed in such a way as to help prevent surface discoloration that can occur from frequent wearing of a holster.
Blade-Tech’s Looper Belt Series ofquality reinforced belts will be available for sale on their website: and will be coming soon to an Authorized Blade-Tech Dealer near you. Current M.S.R.P. Looper Belt Seriesbelts are $44.95 each.

Like I said, I’m a huge fan of Blade-Tech products. I’ve bought and paid for every piece of Blade-Tech gear I own, and will continue to use them exclusively for IDPA!

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  1. WOW! A U.S. made belt for less than $50 – looking forward to trying one out…maybe two for that price. I hate it when my belt buckle and fold under the weight of my gun. Also, my trainer belts look to “tactical” for every day, casual wear – I want a belt that does not scream “concealed carry”. Thanks for the info.

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