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Grey Ghost Gear – Paladin Belt


The Paladin Belt from Grey Ghost Gear is constructed rom two layers of heavy duty mil-spec webbing, 1 3/4″ thick. It’ll fit through military issue BDU and most standard belt loops. Channels sewn into the the body allow for the attachment of standard modular pouches. The Paladin also features an AustriAlpin Cobra Buckle, machined from 7075 aluminum alloy with a solid brass and stainless steel internal release mechanism, frame tested to 9kN.

The Paladin is available in Black, Coyote Brown, and MultiCam.



3 Responses to “Grey Ghost Gear – Paladin Belt”

  1. Stefan S. says:

    Another copy…Yawn.

  2. Bill says:

    Pretty soon rigger’s belts with Cobra buckles are going to be available at county fairs and amusement parks in concession trailers and some guy named Crank in a sleeveless denim vest will embroider your first name or the number of your favorite NASCAR driver across the back.

    Though seriously, if they put channels between the belt layers, instead of on the outside or inside, that might be something….it might reduce the strength of the belt overall, but if I find myself hanging by my belt I’m pretty much screwed anyway.

  3. GW says:

    They say Crank is a pretty good guy, but I still wont let him date my sister.

    The channels are sewn through the two layers of the bely allowing pouches to be mounted through the two layers of webbing and keeping those items in place.
    Not too sexy, but this was a belt designed to help an SF team with a problem they were having.