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Timberline Paracord Survival Belt, Black, Large (5103)

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Part #: TM5103 | Timberline Knives
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Description
TM5103: Paracord Survival Belt
Timberline
 
Belt is hand woven from 2 pieces of premium 550 Cord. Each Cord is approximately 55-57 feet in length. Each belt has a variance of up to 1" depending on the waist size. Heavy-duty, black matte finish belt buckle. Large. Black. Fits waist sizes 38" through 42". Made in China.

UPC Code: 096196051032

Timberline Paracord Survival Belt, Black, Large (5103)3.500 (2 reviews)
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Timberline Paracord Survival Belt, Black, Large (5103)
3 out of 5
Ontario, Canada
Pros: Fit, None
Cons: Materials
Paracord Survival Belt Mishap
As much as I like the appearance of the belt after several "wearings" the pin used to pierce a hole broke free of the buckle. I did repair it myself with the use of needlenose pliers. I am confident there will be no further issues.
Timberline Paracord Survival Belt, Black, Large (5103)
4 out of 5
Fort Meade, MD
Pros: Materials, Overall Quality, Fit
Cons: None
Interesting belt and very practical - recommended!
I've always wanted one of these belts; bought this one just to check it out. Have only worn it a few times and I like it already.I like most that it is infinitely adjustable, because you can place the buckle locking pin anywhere on the belt - just don't get one too small.It's surprisingly rigid, I think it could make a decent gun belt if you carried a small or lightweight pistol, but I have not tried it. It does take a little more effort than I'm used to with similar styled leather belts seating the locking bar and pushing the belt tip through the buckle retainer. But this gets a little easier over time. Having all that 550 cordage around your waist 'just incase' is really the coolest feature. I think they could sell another model with a few survival items layered into the belt itself would be even cooler, but I don't know if that would make the belt harder to wear or damage it over time?Cool belt and I look forward to testing it more over time. For now, recommended!
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