Hazard 4’s Waistland offers a wide, loadbearing padded belt w/ MOLLE webbing
The belt is made with 3D air-mesh underside for breathability, comfort.
D-rings flip down for trim appearance and clipping items.
Quick-release buckle for rapid drops in emergencies
The belt comes in black/coyote/MultiCam
Using ‘Progressive modular’ as its motto, California-based company Hazard 4’s gear is at the forefront of innovation and technology.
The Waistland Molle Load Belt is one example If H4’s progressive and versatile product designs.
The Hazard 4 Waistland is a wide, load-bearing padded belt with MOLLE webbing which provides additional options to distribute modular attachments and/or weight from your load-bearing vest.
This utility belt keeps all of your tools, electronics and accessories close at hand. By pairing the Waistland with one of Hazard 4’s modular pouches you can create different systems for belt-use, such as camera rigs, gun belts, job belts, travel belts, fanny packs, etc.
The comfortable belt contains 3D air-mesh for breathability and ventilation grommets to release heat and moisture,allowing you to keep your temperature regulated throughout the day.
The Molle Load Belt features:
_ wide, loadbearing padded belt w/ MOLLE webbing
_ 3D air-mesh underside for breathability, comfort
_ quick-release buckle for rapid drops in emergencies
_ velcro belt-length adjustment retainers
_ ventilation grommets to let out heat/moisture from liner
_ load-bearing d-rings flip up for use with shoulder straps
_ d-rings flip down for trim appearance and clipping items
_ heavy duty sewing throughout for years of reliability
_ use across the chest or back as a bandoleer carrier
_ use with shoulder straps and wear in front as a chest-rig
SIZE: ~56.7” maximum length x 4.5” W x 0.6” D (144 x 11.5 x 1.5 cm)
MAIN MATERIAL: Invista® 1000D Cordura® (500D Camo models)
DESIGN: Long Beach, California – In-House Team.
For more information on this and other Hazard 4 products visit www.hazard4.com.
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