For sale is a Wildeness Frequent Flyer Belt. It is the CSM model, which stands for combat shooter, that means it has the stiffner insert for extra rigidity and stability. Being the frequent flyer model it has the plastic rings rather than metal rings, which passes through airport scanners (and metal detectors in general).
color: wilderness coyote brown (basically a tan color) Matches khaki pants, etc.
type: frequent flyer csm
I ordered this because I wanted a tan colored belt to wear with tan pants sometimes. Well unfortunatly I'm not as slim as I'd like to think I was and should have ordered a 32" belt. Consequently this has never been worn. I have one in black which I wear daily.
Asking $40 $5 shipping. I do not accept PayPal. They are a bunch of liberal crooks. They are anti-gun and anti-American. Right now I'm working on getting the last of my funds out of there after they recently froze my account.
how to fit a wilderness belt so you don't make the mistake i did
Very Important: Belt Size Measuring Instructions
Our standard Original Instructor, Titanium Instructor and Frequent Flyer Belts are sized by a true measured belt size to the nearest single inch, not a two inch range or generic small, medium, large, etc. Our Sport and Easy-Fit belts have more generous sizing, but we still strongly recommend checking your actual size. We ask that you put a cloth tape through the belt loops of the pants that you would normally wear the belt with, pulling as tightly as you typically pull a belt, and measure to the nearest single inch. If you regularly wear an in-the-waistband holster and mag pouches, we recommend you place them in your pants for measuring.
Ideally, the hook fastener material on the belt tab should center evenly in the loop fastener material area on the belt body. From an ideal fit you will then have an 1¾" of adjustment in each direction. This is usually enough of an adjustment to cinch down for something heavy on the outside of the belt, or loosen the belt for an in-the-waistband holster. If your I.W.B. holster is for a particularly thick gun, you may want to assume an extra inch.
You can also measure by laying your leather belt out flat on a table, and measure from the inside edge of the buckle away from the hinge to the hole that you currently use. Measure to the nearest single inch as shown. It is important that the inside length of the buckle be included in the measurement. Please do not assume the size shown on your current belt is correct.
It is most common for a belt size to be 2"-3" larger than a pants size. This is because a pants size is a measurement of you, while a belt size is a measurement of you with a layer of fabric (your pants) wrapped around you.