Gerber GDC Belt Tool

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

While we do agree that guy’s should be equipped with your standard everyday carry (knives, multi-tools, etc), we understand that it’s not practical to fill your pockets with this stuff on a daily basis. Thankfully the team at Gerber is always one step ahead of us with convenient products like their GDC Belt Tool.

Everyone wears a belt, so why not build all of the essentials right into the buckle itself? Not only will this 52-inch heavy gauge nylon belt hold your trousers up, it will also become your go-to multi-tool. That’s because Gerber has outfitted this bad boy with a titanium coated steel flat head driver, pry bar and bottle opener. The belt is extremely lightweight, weighing in at just 9.1 ounces. It also features a quick release fastener, and comes with the brand’s lifetime warranty, so you know it’s built from the highest quality components. Watch the video below. [Purchase]

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