Easy-Fit Titanium Instructor Belt - OUT OF STOCK

Easy-Fit Titanium Instructor Belt - OUT OF STOCK
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Price: $105.95
Product ID : EZFITTI
Manufacturer: The Wilderness
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Made in the USA!

"Endorsed by Gunsite...
the belt of choice of Gunsite staff."

Owen "Buz" Mills, President,
Gunsite Academy, Inc.

*We strongly recommend using a measuring tape to check your correct size. Your pants size is not your correct belt size and is usually off by at least 2", and we have found that the markings on other belts are not always accurate. Please read and use our belt sizing guide.



Easy-Fit ChartWhat could make the world's greatest belt any better? Making it easier to fit with a larger fitting range for more general sizes. The †Easy-Fit Titanium Instructor Belt offers simplified sizing for those who do not carry a belt-mounted weapon and don't mind an extra length of belt tongue on their dominant side. Some competing belts achieve a wider, more generic sizing range just by adding more Velcro to the belt body. However, this makes you pull Velcro through the buckle at the smaller size. We didn't like that and engineered ours to avoid it.

Available in Small, Medium, Large, XL, XXL, 3X-15X, the Easy-Fit Instructor Belt still has all of the quality features of the standard version, such as double-layer construction and heavy-duty sewing. The Easy-Fit system also makes sizing for gifts much easier.

Here are examples of our Easy-Fit compared to the standard, fitted Instructor Belt:

Standard Instructor Belt properly fitted
• 38" size: 36" - 39.5" range of adjustment
• 11" of tongue (at the min. length) / 9" of tongue (when properly fitted)
• 3.5" of adjustment range

• Large: 36" - 41" range of adjustment
• 13" of tongue (at min. length) / 10" of tongue (at the median when properly fitted)
• 5" of adjustment range

Why don't we size all of our belts that way? Good question with a good answer: All of our regular belts are designed to be compatible with holsters and accessories with proper fitting. When the belts are precisely sized for a given waist measurement, the tongue of the belt goes to the center of the 10" loop Velcro on the belt, leaving room on the belt for holsters or other gear. The Easy-Fit model has a longer tongue and more Velcro, so it may overlap the belt to the extent that it limits things that can be put on that side of the belt where the tongue overlaps. While the Easy-Fit is just as capable of load carrying, it does not offer as much dominant-side area as the precise-sized belts, which are our personal preference when practical. This may or may not be a problem for you depending upon your holster or personal preference, but we want our customers to know the potential penalty when making their choice.

The Original Titanium Instructor Belt continues the tradition of quality started in 1983 with our introduction of the Original Instructor Belt. Cast in the U.S.A. from aerospace-grade Ti6Al-4V alloy, the 1-1/2" Ti buckle is almost 50% lighter than our steel buckle (2-3/8 oz. Ti versus 4-1/8 oz. for the 1-1/2" steel, 4-5/8 oz. for the 1-3/4" steel), ultra corrosion-resistant for maritime applications, non-magnetic, hypoallergenic and naturally antimicrobial. Make no mistake, our new proprietary 1-1/2" titanium buckle is as functional as it is good looking.

The attractive silvery-gray natural-finish titanium buckle is more than just a pretty face. The TiBelt buckle loses none of the rescue and emergencey securing utility of the conventional steel buckle. The Instructor Belt series was originally designed to clip into a secure system while "instructing" others in high places during mountain rescue training, although they can be used for emergency rappelling with proper training. The Ti buckle follows that tradition. When lab tested to the point of failure, our proprietary titanium buckle withstood more than 5,000 lbs. of static weight.

Although not intended to replace a rappelling harness or to absorb a fall, the 5-stitch Titanium Instructor Belt provides peace of mind over the alternative -- no protection at all. We strongly recommend it for anyone involved in law enforcement, special warfare, or rescue operations where there is a risk of falling out of a helicopter. It has been standard operating procedure for years within the Phoenix Special Assignments Unit (SWAT) to clip into a Wilderness Original Instructor Belt during airborne or skid-riding ops. It has also been used by many professionals who like the safety of being clipped in when working in cherry pickers (the belt's first "save") or other tall structures.

The Titanium Instructor Belt is available in three colors and comes standard as a 5-stitch, with the polymer-lined C.S.M. as an option.

This belt is not intended to replace a standard rappelling harness with leg straps in normal operations. It is intended as an emergency option to clip into when there is a risk of falling, or for emergency rappelling when no other option is available. It will be very uncomfortable to rappel with, but it may save your life -- which is what we intended. The Instructor Belt must be used in conjunction with a harness or rope seat during any non-emergency situation or rappel training. These are inherently dangerous operations which can result in death or serious injury; proper training in these skills is absolutely required.

Our proprietary resin treatment on the belt tab actually soaks into the core of our nylon and bonds with it, providing permanent protection from fraying. With proper use, your Original Instructor Belt should give you literally years of faithful service.

If it's not a Wilderness Original Titanium Instructor Belt, it's just a copy. We have never, and will never, produce our belts under any name but our own. We have on rare occasion done signature-line belts for our industry partners, like EOTAC, but always with our label as well as theirs. This way you can be guaranteed you are getting our quality, not a cheap substitute.


The 5-stitch model, our favorite and most popular, is standard on the Titanium Belt. It offers five stitch lines along the length of the belt which significantly stiffen it and enhance load bearing. It's vertical rigidity is similar to a high-quality leather gunbelt, yet it is horizontally and rotationally flexible for comfort. We think this is the best one for most gun-carrying operations, both inside-the-pants and belt holsters. The Combat Shooters Model (C.S.M.) adds a polyethylene insert which adds even more vertical rigidity. This model is slightly thicker than our 3- or 5-stitch models. We recommend it for action shooters and security work where numerous items such as duty holsters will be worn on the belt.

Our new 1-1/2" titanium buckle, which is proprietary to Wilderness Tactical Products, LLC, is made in the U.S.A. Titanium Instructor Belts are available in Black, Coyote Brown, and Foliage Green. We offer the medium stiffness 5-stitch as standard in this model, and a Combat Shooter's Model (C.S.M.) with a more rigid polymer insert.

Remember, if it's not a Wilderness Original Instructor Belt, it's just a copy.

SECURITY POLICY UPDATE: It has come to our attention that new, more aggressive search policies by TSA personnel at some locations are requiring the removal of the belt, even if it is non-metallic/non-magnetic. While we have never guaranteed you wouldn't be asked to remove your belt (that is completely out of our control), our Frequent Flyer and Titanium Instructor Belts have largely passed through without the wearer being required to remove them -- a significant convenience over conventional metal-buckled belts to tens of thousands of our customers for years. They are still the most rugged, well-built, lightweight, micro-adjustable belts you can hold up your pants with, but they may not pass through security checkpoints unmolested as they typically have in the past. There is no excess that government will not go to if not stopped.

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Reviewed by wrmoss@gmail.com
04/14/2019 - 12:39:29 PM
Titanium Instructor Belt
I have a couple of these belts. One is in the fixed size, the other is one of the Easy Fit. I like the Easy Fit, since I may wear too many layers one day and then go to church a few days later. Yes, I do use my Titanium Belt as a Dress Belt. It looks good, it feels good, so why not, besides, I Never leave home without a multi-tool and a knife on my belt, usually more. It holds my gear, looks good. Now...if they would only get some more of the buckles in, I would probably buy another one. You can Never have too much gear.

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