CrossBreed Instructor Belt

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posted on December 6, 2011
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The manufacturer that calls its holster the “ugliest holster you’ll ever love” has now introduced a new belt for firearm instructors.

The CrossBreed Instructor Belt offers a clean, buckle-less design intended for comfort and a sharp, professional appearance. The belt is sturdy, but not stiff, and provides even weight distribution for gear, ensuring stability and comfort, and it looks as good out on the town as it does on the range.

CrossBreed makes its belts by cross-grain stitching two layers of top-grain cowhide, using recessed stitching. The finished belt is 1.5-inches wide and almost a quarter-inch thick.

The Instructor Belt is also available with a Velcro-Kit, which includes a strip of Velcro stitched to the back of the belt and a pair CrossBreed V-Clips for use with the SuperTuck. For more information about the Instructor Belt or other CrossBreed products, go with CrossBreedHolsters.com.

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