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New from Intelligent Armour – Lightweight 1” Combat Belt in A-TACS FG Camo

Gloucestershire, UK based Intelligent Armour introduces their new lightweight combat belt in A-TACS FG Camo and built to UK Military Specifications.

IA Belt

The new Intelligent Armour Lightweight Combat Belt can be worn with any trousers on or off duty without worrying about the width of the belt. At 1″ wide, the Intelligent Armour Lightweight Combat Belt 1″ will fit snugly on tactical trousers or jeans and is easily adjusted.

This belt also features a 1” Cobra Buckle…the smallest in the Cobra Buckle range from Austrialpin, the 1″ Cobra Buckle is lightweight, and very strong.

Cobras are CNC machined from the highest grade 7075 aluminium alloy and feature solid brass and stainless internal release mechanisms. All AustriAlpin Cobra Buckles are tested and certified by highly respected independent/3rd party test houses and exceed Military Specification guidelines.

AustriAlpin Cobra Buckles are tested to the following standards:
• MIL-STD 810F (510.4) Blowing Dust Test Cert
• MIL-STD 810F (510.4) Blowing Sand Test Cert
• MIL-STD 810F (509.4) Salt Fog / Corrosion Resistance Test Cert


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6 Responses to “New from Intelligent Armour – Lightweight 1” Combat Belt in A-TACS FG Camo”

  1. Or says:

    Here’s a review on the FG version:


    • Just in answer as to why this belt does not feature hook and loop/Velcro:
      The belt was the idea of a serving member of UKSF. He just wanted a stright forward belt, no whistles or bells, just a belt to keep his trousers up.

      Hook and Loop/Velcro would add to the weight and its just something else to add to the belt, something else to go wrong. So, we did not add it. Just tuck in the loose end if you feel it is a problem :)

      • Or says:

        As stated in the video, it falls if its just tucked in.
        But great belt anyway :)

  2. WmWalker says:

    Looks like a waste if a cobra buckle to me. You’d be better off, in my opinion, using a heavy duty 1″ side release buckle. It would be more cost effective and lower profile.

  3. J Hunt says:

    I have one of these belts in black. The buckles are first rate and the belt is well made. The fabric however is far too thin and flimsy and it becomes loose over time because it slides through the adjustable portion of the buckle as you move around.

    Nice idea, but the fabric (it’s not ballistic nylon / canvas) needs to be thicker. A piece if Velcro on the adjustable portion would also be a good idea to prevent it running through the buckle and / or flapping about.

  4. Bill says:

    Once upon a time, belt buckles were, well, belt buckles. For 1st line kit, restraint/fall protection or duty rig, having a high-power buckle may make sense.

    For a 1 inch pants belt, Cobras are turning into the rodeo buckles of the gun fighting world