Bison Designs "Last Chance" Heavy Duty Belt

Bison Designs®

MSRP: $43.50
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The Last Chance Heavy Duty belt is inspired by the belts used by Wild Land Firefighters and Smoke Jumpers. It boasts a double layer of 40 mm Nylon Webbing, reinforced with 12 feet of sewing. It is strong enough to carry a full range of accessories, tools, and radios. Its sturdy velcro closure fastens the tail firmly in place. High strength aircraft aluminum V-ring buckle with black oxide "Stealth" finish.

Available in small (32" - 36" waist), medium (36" to 40" waist), large (40" to 44" waist) or x-large (46" to 50" waist).

Weight: 7 oz

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  • 5
    Great Belt, Great Price

    Posted by JT Aman on 06 19 2016

    I already have 1 Bison belt, I wanted the black buckle. I now have 3. They make a great CCW belt

  • 5
    Excellent field belt.

    Posted by Rees Barr on 05 20 2015

    At first the belt was a little counter-intuitive but once I got used to it It' great. I am a volunteer for LAFD and the belt is the recommended belt although not required. I find that it works much better than the standard leather belt I was using. It works as a trouser belt and the ribbed texture keeps accessory pouches from sliding around.

  • 3
    it works, what can I say

    Posted by Peter C on 03 01 2014

    Well the picture and description pretty well describe the product. I bought this belt originally to hold some belt pouches on my EMT uniform, and they work great for that because the color blends in seamlessly with my black pants. I quickly realized that I like the belt Velcro for being able to in and out of the pants quickly. I don't have to take the belt and all the pouches off completely. I can just loosen them up about 6 inches and the pants come off easily. I bought 2 more belts so I could repeat this with other pants. This is so much better than taking everything off and reattaching every time I switch pants. Thanks Bison! Oh and the added benefit of having a carabiner attachment point is helpful, but I doubt I'd ever really need it. I guess that's the point of the "last chance"