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Trout Webbing Belt

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You'll blend in better with this trout camo. Quick-dry and stain-resistant. Made in USA. 100% nylon. Make it twice as cool and get the matching collar for your four legged friend; you do everything together, why not match with river style? See Trout Collar by Dublin Dog®

  • 100% nylon
  • Quick-dry & stain-resistant
  • One size (53"), cut & heat-seal to fit
  • 1 3/8" wide
  • Catalog Reference #: 457
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trout belt

Web is highly functional and just the right width for shorts or jeans. The color pattern is mighty attractive. It's especially pleasing that you leave teh belt long for big bellied boys like me. It seems that more leverage might be gained on the buckle for tightening if the longer part faced the web, so that when the end came through the buckle it could levered back for an easy tighten. This was the only aspect that prevented a five-bison rating.

kerry d. August 30, 2015

Brown Trout Belt

Pulling this belt out of the packaging I immediately noticed how supple this webbing belt is - unlike other nylon or canvas belts I’ve had in the past, it feels like it has already gone through the break in period. The earthy brown trout print goes great with most things as it is neutral and not too vibrant. This belt is flatter than other nylon webbing belts I’ve worn previously, a feature I like very much. It is barely noticeable when in a climbing harness and doesn't bunch around belt loops when tightened down. This very thin profile is also appreciated when in a pair of waders and when I’m out in the river fly fishing. Something to be noted is the length of this belt. It comes ready to fit around bellies of all sizes, which means that if for a majority of folks, this piece may require trimming down so it doesn't loop around you twice. It can be easily done at home with a sharp pair of kitchen shears and a lighter to melt the fray so it doesn't unravel, although I’d recommend taking this belt to your local outfitter and have them trim it with a rope cutter. The lengthy hot ribbon of metal that heats up for accurately trimming accessory cord or climbing ropes is a great tool. Before you hand it over to a shop employee or attempt this on your own, triple check that the length is good and you don’t cut it too short, as doing so will literally “cut” your belt’s life short. It should also be noted that the fumes from burning rope or nylon materials is toxic and can be hazardous when inhaled in concentrated quantities, so do be mindful of how close you get to the trimmer when your belt undergoes surgery for the proper fit. Now slap that belt on and keep those britches up!

Daniel W. April 7, 2015

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