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Urban Operator – Urban Triglide Frame Belt

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Urban Triglide Frame Buckle is the newest and toughest-built riggers belt by Urban Operator. Belt uses a feather light 1.5″ AustriAlpin COBRA Frame buckle made of 7075 grade aluminum alloy with stainless steel adjuster bar that has 18kN strength rating. The Urban Triglide Frame belts are constructed of double layers of 1.5″ MIL-W- 17337 nylon webbing sewn with 3 passes of bonded heavy duty nylon thread; making this belt rigid, while still keeping its light weight and low profile characteristics; easy to use, and extremely comfortable for all day wear.

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A full 1.5″ wide Mil-Spec hook and loop (velcro) keeps the free end tightly attached to the belt. At the front of the belt has a 3″ inch loop velcro for morale patch. On the opposite side has a conceal zipper compartment to hold valuables or escape and evasion items. It also has a MIL-Spec 550 cord loop for attaching carabiner, key hooks etc.

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Features:
-AustriAlpin Triglide Frame Buckle
-3 passes sewing with nylon bonded thread, dual layer super rigid MIL-W-17337 nylon webbing
-1.5″ wide, 0.22″ thick; Low profile, feather light weight, simple to use and all day carry comfort
-550 Cord Loop for attaching key and other items
-3″ inch loop panel for morale patch
-5″ inch conceal zipper compartment

Color (Patterns): Multicam, Multicam Black, Desert Marpat, Kryptek Typhon, Kryptek Highlander. (Solids): Coyote Brown, Black, Foliage Green, Olive Drab.

Check it out at: www.urbanoperator.net

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5 Responses to “Urban Operator – Urban Triglide Frame Belt”

  1. PPGMD says:

    Because nothing screams low profile like multicam and a morale patch™.

    • Stefan S. says:

      You are correct. Now expect a letter from an Attorney for using mor-ale patch in your comment. LOL

  2. Brian says:

    Atlas the belt is always going to be non original since its been around for centuries!! Everyone is going to do it. but when someone takes a fairly new and original design and just tweaks it a bit. I’m sorry I sew and I first off don’t enjoy doing anything unless it’s a new and cool idea. Or why bother!!!
    it’s only fun sewing when its your own idea and unique to improve the design allot!
    By the way Oc Tactical does insane work. He has been my mentor!

  3. Mark says:

    I have a belt with that Cobra frame buckle. The adjuster bar is very flat and makes adjusting the belt difficult as the tongue does not easily bend around the flat profile.

    • Huch says:

      I was going to say the same thing. My biggest gripe with Cobra buckles is how hard they are to adjust. You can’t just pull on the free end of the belt to make it tighter, you have to unbuckle it and then feed the webbing through, then pull it tight. The belt seems good, but it appears they took the worst part of the cobra buckle and got rid of the good part. If you’re just needing a triglide, why not use one that has better adjustment?