Tac Shield releases 1.75-inch Cobra Riggers Belt

07/5/18 12:00 PM | by

The Cobra Riggers 1.75-inch belts comes in either coyote and black. (Photo: Soldier Systems)

Tac Shield expands its accessory lineup with the new 1.75-inch Cobra Riggers belt designed for every day carry enthusiasts as well as survivalists.

The Cobra Riggers Belt, available in either coyote or black colors, features a double lever Cobra Buckle that is rated at 2,000 pounds. Featuring double wall webbing, the belt is constructed to provide wearers with strength and durability in addition to comfort.

The soft edges prevent the belt from digging into wearer’s hips and sides while the forged steel V-Ring buckles are load tested at 2,500 pounds. The Cobra Riggers Belts also offer hook and loop attachment points for fast sizing adjustments.

The belt features a double lever Cobra Buckle. (Photo: TacShield)

“Tac Shield belts are proven in the battlefields around the globe by American Warfighters and are available from many leading Tactical Sport and Military Retailers across the country. All products are backed with a Lifetime Warranty by people you can trust,” Tac Shield said in a press release.

The Cobra Riggers Belt is available in four sizes — small to x-large — and is priced at $79.

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