Kore X5 Tactical Belt: The Best Gun Belt for Everyday Carry
The Kore X5 tactical belt design has durability in mind. Each of the Kore EDC belts uses its reinforced power core. Their core technology allows the belt to provide support and flexibility.
Everyday Carry Options for Kore Ratchet Belts
These belts have a width of either 1.5" or 1.75" and a 5 mm thickness. The 1.5” belts come designed to work for inside-the-waistband (IWB), outside the waistband (OWB), and appendix carry. While the 1.75” belts work best for OWB.
Features of Kore Trackline Belts
These ratchet belts can accommodate waist sizes between 24” up to 44" with a hidden ¼ inch apart hidden trackline. Their tactical belts will work for up to 54”. If the belt is too large, just cut it to size.
How to Trim Kore Belts
Locate the correct pant size on the back of the belt, add four inches, and cut the belt.
Loosen buckle screws with the included wrench.
Insert the belt's cut end into the buckle and clamp the teeth of the buckle onto the belt.
Tighten the buckle screws until flush with the belt.
Belt Load Capacity for Every Day Carrying
The leather belts use two strips of top grain leather or full-grain buffalo leather. The top grain leather belts can load up to 6 lbs. The full-grain buffalo leather belts can load up to 4 lbs.
The tactical belts use Nylon Web on the outer layer and have an additional super-fiber inner liner. The construction of these belts allows them to load gear up to 8 lbs.
Kore X5 Gunmetal Belt Buckle
The Kore X5 belt buckle that Anarchy Outdoors carries uses a high-grade zinc alloy and an electroplated gunmetal finish. The buckle specs come in at 4.5 cm x 6 cm. The belt buckle comes with two set screws and a row of teeth, which keeps it in place.