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High Threat Concealment Low Vis Battle Belt

If you happen to be looking for an option in daily carry, veteran owned High Threat Concealment recently released their newest belt. While it appears to be a good option for “concealment with benefits,” it is not a traditional rig. As you can see it is built for someone who might have to heavy. Be sure to watch the video.

Here’s what they tell us.

High Threat Concealment Low Vis Battle Belt

Those looking to have more than just their daily carry available without having to haul around a duffel bag now have an option with High Threat Concealment's Low Vis Battle Belt; light-weight and low profile padded system of unparalleled comfort for use both with an under belt or as a stand-alone system.

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Developed in collaboration with High Speed Gear, Inc., the Low Vis Battle Belt adds both comfort and versatility for quick  reaction elements, personal protection details, and the prepared citizen.

On duty, home alone in the middle of the night, or on Day One of your next defensive shooting course, the platform is a quick-to-don, at-the-ready defensive rig.

Completely user-configurable for a handgun, handgun/rifle, or emergency medical rig, the battle belt can be worn as either a traditional battle belt with the included (and optional) neoprene micro-grip belt liner, or locked into an under belt as an even slimmer profile quick-attach system that can be worn under a lightweight loose jacket.

When using HTC's pouches and holster, the Low Vis Battle Belt provides ample real estate for a holster, double-handgun magazine, two rifle magazine pouches (both AR and AK models available), and yet still has space for an IFAK pouch and radio.  Stick to HTC's expanding variety of holsters and pouches for optimum concealment or use the PALS webbing to attach just about anything.

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“Our new Low Vis Battle Belt weighs less, rides closer, and packs neater than conventional battle belts.  We wanted a solution that provides more than simple EDC, but doesn't require its own seat in the car,” said Adam Garrison, Chief Operations Officer of High Threat Concealment.

Low Vis Battle Belts are made to order and fold in half for easy storage in your trunk or go-bag.  Available in Black or Coyote Tan.  The Low Vis Battle Belt works in conjunction with most HTC belts, including its leather Low Pro Belt, Tactical Cobra Belt, and the Cobra Tactical Riggers Belt. Holsters, carriers, and other equipment attach via an exterior PALS grid, which is sized to extend no further than just past the points of the hip. The Low Vis Battle Belt can be purchased as an add-on for those customers already running a Low Profile System or other HTC equipment. $105 US.

About High Threat Concealment as they tell it:

High Threat Concealment is a veteran-owned small business specializing in the development of low profile tactical gear for concealed carry, close protection and/or low-visibility operations.

From everyday concealment to professional use in high threat environments, High Threat Concealment offers scalable carry solutions to keep your critical equipment available and ready at all times.

You can find High Threat Concealment on the web, on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram (@highthreatconcealment). You can learn more about their partner in this endeavor here: (@highspeedgear).

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