When it comes to securely and safely carrying your firearm you can’t leave anything to chance. That’s why it is so important to make sure you have a purpose built belt to carry your Firearm. Big box and department store belts just don’t cut it. They sag, stretch, are made in countries you never heard of, and you will constantly be aware you are carrying a gun. That’s not how it is supposed to be.
Hanks leather gun belts are purpose built right here in the USA to safely, comfortably and securely hold your firearm all day long. Made from Full Grain leather our belts will last for decades and not just months.
Also leather gun belts without the proper support will make holstering and un-holstering your firearm an unpleasant experience. The holster will rise up as you un-holster and when re-holstering as you push down your pants may go with it. This results in having to use both hands and is less than ideal, if not downright dangerous.
Hanks Belts has a range of weights and thicknesses so you will be sure to get the best gun belt for your carry needs. If you carry a lighter weight firearm you don’t need a steel-core belt. If you carry a full size 1911 with extra mags then you may prefer the stiffness of a re-enforced belt. Whatever your needs you’re sure to find the best gun belt for your carry style at Hanks Belts.
The best gun belt is one that supports your firearm so comfortably you forget it’s there…until you need it. That’s how a Hanks Belt is designed to perform.
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BUY 2 SIZES LARGER THAN PANT SIZE:
EX: 36 PANTS...BUY 40 BELT
FOR SUPER EASY SIZE SELECTION SIMPLY PURCHASE TWO SIZES LARGER THAN THE MOST COMMON PANT SIZE YOU WEAR. THIS RESULTS IN A GREAT FIT OVER 95% OF THE TIME.
100% PERFECT FIT:
MEASURE A BELT YOU ARE CURRENTLY WEARING
This is super easy to do, only takes a few minutes, and virtually guarantees a perfect fit. Just follow the below instructions and make sure the belt you measure fits you well the way you will be using it with any gear attached.
Lay out your belt on a smooth flat surface. It is probably slightly curved but don't worry about that. Just measure through the curve.
Place a tape measure where the buckle meets the leather (do not include buckle length in measurement) and measure, in inches, to the hole you currently use to buckle your belt:
Scroll down to the description on the page and click on the tab that says "Additional
Sizing Help" (on mobile phones scroll down under the description, and you will see the
Now scroll down to the belt sizing chart and match the measurement you got above with the number in the "Measurement to the 4th Hole" column in the chart.
If you are between measurements, size up one unless you plan on losing weight in which case you should size down one.
For example, if you measured 37" to the hole you currently use you should purchase a 38" belt size. If you measured 38" you should purchase a 40" belt size.
Note that our belts are made by hand and variances in measurements can occur. Variances are slight, though, and will not affect the sizing.
That's it! Select your size, double check it is correct on the add to cart button, and add to cart.
And just to be safe, Hanks Belts offers free exchanges if needed, so you never have to worry about additional cost if you do order an incorrect size.