Carrying at the Appendix has never been easier, thanks to our new Modular Appendix Rig and buckle-less, dual layered nylon Tacbelt. This belt measures 1.5" in width and consists of two layers of 1000 Denier nylon, fastened with a unique Velcro® nylon strap, so as not to add excess bulk to the waistline while carrying at the appendix position. Made from .093" Kydex/Boltaron and fastened using a combination of Melonite coated chrome Molly steel and Black 316 INOX Stainless Steel hardware. Comes with an adjustable Military grade Rubber Retention System and backed by a Lifetime Warranty!
This belt, paired with our Modular Appendix Rig, offers the most concealable and convenient way to carry AIWB!
How to Order:
Start by choosing your firearm model. We have two drop down menus that list each Manufacturer and Model in alphabetical order. If you don't see your firearm, we may not have that model available just yet. You can contact Customer Support to see if your model is available.
The next step is choosing your Holster Color. We do provide swatches on the order form, but larger pictures can be found on our FAQ page here.
Choose how you'd like to carry the holster.
Choose your desired belt attachment from the drop down menu, along with the corresponding belt size. 1.5" is the most common belt size. 1.75" is most common for tactical belts, and 2"-2.25" is common for duty belts.
This is how your holster and firearm will sit in relation to the belt, vertically. A low ride height put the grip of the gun lower in the belt line. Be careful with a low ride height, as the grip of the firearm can become buried easily with a reverse cant angle. A mid ride height, which is the most common, will put the top of the belt in line with where the trigger guard meets the frame. The high ride height will put the holster higher up on the belt, giving you a full grip. To see the ride height and cant angle chart, scroll through the product pictures.
We offer many different cant angles conducive to every carry method. If you plan to carry at 12 o'clock, you'll want to choose a straight draw (0° cant). The forward cant angle tilts the grip up and forward and the muzzle backwards. A reverse cant angle tilts the grip down and back, the muzzle forward, or towards the opposite of your draw hand.
Custom Notes / Photo Upload:
This is where you'll want to bring any customizations up. We need to know about switched magazine release buttons, extended mag release buttons, suppressor height sights and other such modifications.