Tasmanian Tiger breaks into US market with TT HYP Belt

12/14/18 11:30 AM | by

Tasmanian Tiger, new to the U.S., brings its TT HYP belt to market in 2019. (Photo: Tasmanian Tiger)

Tasmanian Tiger looks to break into the U.S. tactical market with its new TT HYP Belt built for professionals.

Set to launch at SHOT Show in January 2019, the TT HYP was created to offer professionals an improved way to customize their belt through add-on pouches, gear and holsters. The 40mm belt uses MOLLE spaced ports strategically placed on a double sided coated Cordura build. With an adjustable form, the belt is lightweight, according to the company, and features the Tasmanian Tiger logo on the plastic buckle.

“Made extremely rugged for serious everyday wear, whether on the job or as an everyday belt, the TT HYP 40 mm belt is made entirely without metal parts, making it a breeze for frequent flyers to pass through TSA gates without requiring removal,” Tasmanian Tiger said in a news release.

Measuring 47-inches by 1.5-inches, the belt will come in either a black or coyote color scheme. Available in 2019, the TT HYP will retail for under $15.

The belts come in two colors — coyote and black. (Photo: Tasmanian Tiger)

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