The Kydex Reinforced Contour Belts are nice. The Kydex that's sandwiched between the leather keeps them nice and stuff, so they don't get "floppy" how leather can over time.
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I put on my VRI belt without removing the buckle. I take the female side of the buckle, hold it against the belt and put it through my belt loops. Just regular jeans, nothing different about the pants.
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How hard is it to get the Velcro tight within the belt loops? Seams it'd be difficult.
For leather I have an A&G belt, actually 2, one brown one black. The black is pretty much my every day wear (khakis & jeans) and I've had it for almost 2 years now, still holding up great, is comfortable and provides excellent support.
For nylon I use the Wilderness instructor belt, 1.5" 5 stitch, I wear it with cargo shorts and tac pants. It has good stiffness and support. I also have a 1.75" polymer lined version that I wear under my duty belt for max support.
I wear an 1.5" wide black double-thickness leather belt I got from WalMart for $12.00 - holster doesn't flop around - works surprisingly well.
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