Escape & Evasion Gun Belt

Jan 6, 2017

Category: Gear

There are many gadgets one might benefit from in an emergency situation that are just not reasonable to carry around in your pockets during the day-to-day. But, just because something isn’t convenient to haul, it doesn’t mean you should leave it at home. In fact, there are a few tools one should always have if a worst-case scenario were to arise. And that’s what makes the Escape & Evasion Gun Belt such a valuable thing to own – it cleverly and secretly stores those emergency items.

Made from English riding leather, stitched together with the same durable thread used in boat sails, and featuring a super tough solid brass buckle, this belt is a well-made item on its own. But that’s not the impressive part. Hidden away on the inside of the belt are three zippered compartments large enough for a complement of devices, including lock picking tools, money, razor blades, and more. And this isn’t some mall ninja dream device either, as it was designed by the kind of person who would get real use out of it: an ex-CIA agent. Pair that with the fact that each is made here in the USA and you know you’re getting a quality item. It retails starting at $79. [Purchase]

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