Introducing | The HTC Low Vis Battle Belt™ made in collaboration with High Speed Gear.
This collaboration with High Speed Gear has been months in development. The Low Vis Battle Belt™ gives users additional scalable options in how to configure and deploy the HTC Low Profile System™ and other components.
This new design provides the comfort of a traditional battle belt with a slim profile that can still be concealed beneath appropriate cover garments and jackets. It also eliminates the problem of having a battle belt that can ride up and down on the waistline during dynamic movement. Thin padding allows holsters and equipment to ride tightly to the body – maximizing concealability while minimizing gear that can snag during movement. The entire platform can be folded in half, as the stiffener includes a split at the center (mid-back) of the grid.
Available in two colors, Black and Coyote Tan, each Low Vis Battle Belt™ will come with a Micro Grip Belt Panel for standalone use without an underbelt. The Low Viz Battle Belt™ is offered in two sizes, Small (recommended for 30-35″ waists) and Medium (recommended for 36″+ waists). The Medium belt is slightly longer and offers one additional section of the PALS grid on each end (see photo for comparison). Optional Velcro underbelts are also available to lock the padded platform in place on the waistline. (The optional underbelt is unnecessary if you add either a Tactical Cobra Belt or Low Pro Belt to your order as both include an underbelt already.)
The Low Vis Battle Belt™ works in conjunction with most HTC™ belts, including our leather Low Pro Belt™, Tactical Cobra Belt, and the Cobra Tactical Riggers Belt. Holsters, carriers, and other equipment attach via an exterior PALS grid. The Low Vis Battle Belt™ can be purchased as an add-on for those customers already running a Low Profile System™ or other HTC™ equipment.
NOTE: For best results when selecting a belt to run with the Low Viz Battle Belt™, please consider the following information regarding sizing. While wearing a pair of pants and a belt, measure your waist OVER the belt. Add 2″ to that measurement for the Small Battle Belt, and 3″ for the Medium Battle Belt. Use the total measurement to determine the belt size required.