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Wilderness reintroduces Original Instructor Belt
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May '10
Loyal supporters of Wilderness Tactical Products will tell you that the Original Instructor Belt has undergone few modifications in its 25+ years in existence, which makes the Easy-Fit model especially noteworthy.

Easy-Fit Instructor BeltAimed at aiding consumers in the online ordering process that were not exactly sure which precisely sized Instructor Belt to order, or perhaps those looking to “grow into” their new accessory, chief designer and President of Wilderness Tactical provided a practical solution in the Easy-Fit Instructor Belt.

Designed with longer strips of Velcro fastening sewn in to allow for a range of variable sizing, The Easy-Fit Instructor Belt is available in 1 ½” widths and waist sizes ranging from Small 28”-33” with a median of 31”, all the way up to 7X 64”-69” or a median of 67”. The Easy-Fit Instructor Belt is best suited for individuals that do not carry a side weapon, but are still looking for the highest quality tactical belt on the market.

For those individuals who favor their popular “security friendly” Frequent Flyer Belt, the same options are also available in a wide range of sizes and in 1 ¼” widths under the Frequent Flyer Sport model.

“We have a lot of customers who don't necessarily carry a lot of accessories on their waist and were a little unsure of what size to order online—The Easy-Fit and Sport versions of the Instructor Belt suits them perfectly,” explains Holzhaus.

Wilderness Tactical Products, L.L.C. was founded in 1981 to fill the needs of people who demanded durable, high-quality tactical equipment. Their products have been tested from the icy mountain peaks of South America to the blistering Sonoran desert for nearly 30 years and they have proven themselves time and again.

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