Blue Force Gear Introduces BELTminus

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posted on March 4, 2015
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BELTminus is the third product in Blue Force Gear's MOLLEminus line. Available in five sizes (XS, S, M, L, XL), BELTminus provides exactly what is needed for hot and humid conditions. Like all MOLLEminus products, simplicity was the main focus when designing BELTminus, making it the most refined and functional war belt in existence. Two mesh-lined shoulder strap versions are offered—the enhanced padded model and the low profile, free breathing model—both are MOLLE compatible.

"We've gone back to the basics with BELTminus," said Ashley Burnsed, Blue Force Gear's CEO. "The classic belt kit had a lot to offer the modern warrior but the concept needed updating. We applied our MOLLEminus technology to bring the belt kit into the 21st century, making it the lightest modular system available."

The MOLLEminus design provides the thinnest, strongest, lightest modular load carriage of individual combat equipment: half the thickness of a dime, over 4 times as abrasion resistant as air textured nylon and formed from a single piece of Blue Force Gear's proprietary ULTRAcomp laminate.  BELTminus is compatible with all legacy issue MOLLE pouches and for the ultimate lightweight belt kit combine BELTminus with pouches featuring Blue Force Gear's revolutionary Helium Whisper attachment system.

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