Bravo Concealment adds Cinturon Belt to CC accessories (VIDEO)

12/4/18 11:30 AM | by

Bravo Concealment expands its concealed carry accessories, launching a new belt called the Cinturon designed to tie concealed carriers components together.

The Cinturon Gun Belt is a nylon design featuring a high alloy steel belt buckle with a stainless steel belt release. This style, according to Bravo Concealment, ensures that the belt and the buckle stay rigidly locked into position. The buckle comes in the wearer’s choice of brushed nickel or black. Measuring 1.50-inches in width, the Cinturon Gun Belt is .180-inches thick.

The nylon webbing itself comes in black with four total sizes: 28-32 inches, 32-36 inches, 36-40 inches, 40-44 inches and 44-48 inches.

The Cinturon belt buckles come in two styles — black, bottom, or nickel, top. (Photo: Bravo Concealment)

“Whether you’re a person who carries concealed on a daily basis or someone who casually goes out to the range on the weekends, the Cinturon Gun Belt will deliver,” Bravo Concealment said in a statement on its site. “Made of a high quality scuba webbing Nylon the Cinturon Gun Belt is a solid belt that is ‘rigid’ enough to carry your EDC (Every Day Carry) but comfortable enough to wear it all day long with no issues.”

The Cinturon Gun Belt is available through Bravo Concealment with a MSRP of $54.99. The company is running an introductory special, however, pulling the price of the belt down to $49.49.

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