511-59505_1Hello everyone, the Charlie Mike Project is here to share another product review.  Today I will be reviewing the 5.11 Sierra Bravo Duty Belt Kit.  I have been using this belt system for the last six months.  I can say I am not disappointed.  5.11 have delivered with this belt kit.  It is comfortable, easily adjustable, fits well and locks securely.  When worn with the included under-belt it does not slip and your pouches do not slide around.  It also comes with four keepers.  The Sierra Bravo Duty Belt Kit retails for $54.99.  That is an outstanding price when compared to $112 for the Bianchi nylon duty belt system 2025.  You can pay close to $54 for a descent duty belt by its self.

The Sierra Bravo Duty Belt has soft loop Velcro on the underside of the duty belt, so you wonNY672_BLK_1500_1’t snag your uniform.  Both ends of the belt are tapered so putting your pouches on and making adjustments is easy.  The buckle is smaller than traditional buckles and goes on by sliding the two ends together.  To take it off, you press the button in the center and slide them apart in the opposite direction.  Because the ends are tapered there is not extra bulk on each end of the belt that you have to fold and force over when you are finished putting your gear on it.  The belt is still and holds my pouches and holster nicely and comfortably.  This duty belt is well thought out, built to last and is comfortable.

I believe I can rely on the Sierra Bravo Duty Belt Kit to help me Charlie Mike when the time comes.

If you like the Sierra Bravo Duty Belt Kit check out my other reviews of 5.11 products or visit them online at www.511tactical.com.

5.11 Sierra Bravo Duty Belt Kit

$54.99
9.1

Comfort/Wear

8.5/10

Versatility/Usability

8.0/10

Material/Options

9.5/10

Durability/Construction

9.5/10

Cost

10.0/10

Pros

  • Price
  • Comfort
  • Construction
  • Design
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