Product Preview: Bigfoot Steel Core Leather Gun Belt

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posted on November 23, 2016
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Integrating a steel core into a well-made, English bridle leather belt, Bigfoot’s gun belts are not only fashionable, they are strong and supportive. Armed citizens who choose to carry daily know that a good belt, capable of holding up pants, gun and holster, and doing so discreetly, is essential. Steel Core Leather Gun Belts are stout enough to prevent sagging, and their classic appearance—fine stitching, stainless or matte hardware, and burnished and painted edges—make them suitable for wear with dress or casual attire. Bigfoot gun belts are made in the United States, and are available in black or brown leather, and in either 14-oz. or 18-oz. (thicker) construction. Note that belt sizes do not necessarily match waist (pant) size, so follow sizing instructions when ordering. Price: $60 (14 oz.), $65 (18 oz.). Contact: Bigfoot Gun Belts; (208) 209-7321; gunbelts.com.

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