Ferro Concepts EDCB2 Belt

FERRO CONCEPTS
SKU:
FER.115
$79.50
(24 reviews)
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Ferro Concepts EDCB2 Belt

The EDCB2 belt is an everyday belt that is sturdy and rigid enough to mount EDC items such as pistols, magazines, knives, multi-tools etc. without sagging. Constructed from doubled up 1.5" mil-spec webbing with a layer of high-density polyethylene sandwiched in between. Equipped with a tried and true 1" Cobra buckle which allows for quick donning and doffing, yet is still capable of fitting through most civilian pant belt loops with greater ease. Please refer to the sizing diagram photo.

ATTENTION: These come in NON-STANDARD waist sizes. Size is measured by BELT LENGTH.

FOR BEST FIT: Measure your current belt from the buckle to the hole you wear your belt on. Match this size to one of our sizes to ensure you get the correct fit. 

Size Chart:

  • Small 30" - 36"
  • Medium 34" - 40"
  • Large 38" - 44"
  • X-Large 42" - 46"

  • Made in the USA
  • Berry Compliant



Reviews

  • 5
    Love this belt

    Posted by CRAIG G on 9th May 2022

    works great, simple buckle, stays adjusted, fits in normal pant belt loops. highly recommended

  • 5
    Ferro belt

    Posted by Brock Hardy on 28th Mar 2022

    Great belt

  • 3
    Not bad but not great.

    Posted by HTrev_LSAA on 27th Jan 2022

    Not bad and pretty low profile. My biggest gripe is the adjustment system. While it may be meant to be a set and forget, it’s not very conscientious to adjust on the fly when removing your gun before heading in somewhere you can’t carry real quick. Especially not convenient to adjust while on a 1500mi road trip, appendix carrying, with a filling bladder. I do like the stiffening insert that is used in these belts and the width works perfect with ANR Design holster I use. I also wish the price point was a little better but all in all it’s a decent EDC belt so far.

  • 3
    Light duty, surprisingly thin

    Posted by Watson on 17th Jan 2022

    Ordered this belt thinking it would be like my blue alpha gear concealed carry belt. It's not. My blue alpha gear belt is probably 2x stiffer (nylon with kydex insert) than the ferro belt. The ferro belt is also lined as well, but extremely thin which makes it kind of flimsy in a way. You can't "crush" the belt by squeezing the edges, but it flods very easy (think of folding your pants with the belt in it). Great if you only carry a light load, but I'd say if you plan on carrying more than just your gun you may not like it. I will say so far I like it because it's extremely light and does well carry just a gun. But anything more I have my doubts

  • 5
    Great EDC belt

    Posted by Victor olguin on 20th Sep 2021

    For those of you thinking a cobra buckle is too big... well this one is not!!! It's s small 1" metal buckle. I don't even feel it when I wear this belt. Belt is a little stiff but not much. It's perfect. I use 1.5" belt clips with my holsters and these belts.

  • 5
    Edc2 belt

    Posted by Tyler H. on 20th Sep 2021

    Great belt, true to size. I mean, really true. So if your not sure your size, make sure you find out. It's an awesome belt, very comfortable. Holds up well when loaded with my EDC carry gun, and light. Holds my knife as well very nicely.

  • 5
    Perfect Mix of LP and Durable

    Posted by Carter on 30th Aug 2021

    This belt is extremely sturdy and because they use the smaller Cobra buckle it creates less of a profile than other similar belts. Would 100% recommend, especially for carry.

  • 5
    Great belt, ordering another

    Posted by Andy on 22nd May 2020

    Small buckles, able to pass through loops and can stand up to the weight of OWB, IWB and drop leg holsters + mag pouches. Only minor gripe is the adjustment is done by pulling the excess towards yourself so its a little harder to find the right adjustment size when i switch from OWB and IWB

  • 5
    Awesome belt

    Posted by Christopher B Lee on 8th Apr 2020

    Just hard to thread an OWB holster through the buckle. Ok you can't do it need to remove the buckle to thread on. Hooks would definitely be better.