The Dude Cobra Quick Release Belt by Defy

Apr 13, 2016

Category: Gear

Part of having a good everyday carry setup is having both tools you know you’ll likely use on a regular basis, and then having some that’ll come in hand maybe only once or twice when you really need it. This belt from Defy ends up in both of those categories.

Not only will you use it everyday to keep your pants from sagging, but this buckle is also tested to hold up to a 2,000 pound load. When will you need that? Maybe tomorrow, maybe never. Either way, the AustriAlpin Cobra Quick release buckle on this thing is unique and slick enough to warrant a purchase in and of itself. The buckle is not the only thing that’s built to last on this belt, however, the webbing on the belt is crafted to military spec so it won’t fray and fall apart on you. Get one yourself for $56. [Purchase]

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