CrossBreed Executive Gun Belt

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posted on December 2, 2016
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The Executive Gun Belt from CrossBreed Holsters is designed as a fashionable belt option for CCW holders in need of a more professional look.

The belt includes some premium features, such as a custom buckle with a matte or glossy gun metal finish. The leather itself is hand-oiled for a custom finish and is made from hides that are tanned to the company's specifications. The leather is hand-leveled so that each belt is an even thickness, and each strip is matched with a premium leather liner using an industrial adhesive.

The belts are finished with recessed stitching using 277 thread and are 0.25 inch thick for a sturdy carry solution. Due to the thickness of the leather, no stiffening insert is included. Belts are available in 1.25-inch and 1.75-inch widths and feature seven holes spaced one inch apart for a wide adjustment range. The suggested retail price of the Executive Gun Belt is $74.95.

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