How to fit a Hunters Belt (base combo)

By Matt Hobbs, 05 October 2015

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Lay your Hunters Belt and pouch in front of you and finalize your location of each pouch
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Start by weaving the stirrup straps from the pouch onto the Hunters Beltthreading-stirrup-straps-image-1

Weave the strap through the belt first and then back onto the pouch. Sometime pliers can help with the process if the webbing is a tight fit.
threading-stirrup-straps-image-2Then feed the stirrup strap back through the belt until you get to the last row on the belt

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Side profile shot of the stirrup strap corrected weaves between the pouch and the beltthreading-stirrup-straps-image-3

Ensure the tabs at the end of the stirrup straps have been threaded through the last row on the pouch.
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Continue to mount the other pouches in the location you want them.mounting-HD-belt-image-1

Line up which side of the belt you want to fit your trusty knife sheath too and un-thread the male half of the buckle. mounting-HD-belt-image-2

 

Feed the webbing belt through the Hunters Belt mounting-HD-belt-image-4
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Pull the webbing belt through the space on the Hunters belt where you want to secure your knife sheathmounting-HD-belt-image-7

Feed the webbing belt through your knife sheath and back through the Hunters Beltmounting-HD-belt-image-8

Then feed the male half of the buckle back onto the webbing belt and adjust to fit your waistmounting-HD-belt-image-9And just like that, the belt is complete and ready to go.

 

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