Ranger Belt- Ares Gear (SMALL)
A durable, long-lasting, stiff belt with a Cobra QR buckle that looks as
good as it is strong.
This is one tough belt! The Ares Ranger Belt is tough enough for extended use in a field environment and classy enough for khakis when you're out and about. First invented by Ares Gear in 2007, there are now several different manufacturers making inferior copies of this belt, because they don't understand how Ares does things the way that they do.
1" colored webbing stitched to double layers of 1.5" black scuba webbing longitudinally, with black Cobra QR buckle is designed for wear in trousers with smaller (1.5") belt loops.
Cobra QR buckle
Rigid scuba webbing
Fits average trousers
Sizes Available: (Note) Ares belts tend to run on the tighter-side. We recommend that you consider ordering a size larger than your normal belt size.
SIZING AND ORDERING YOUR BELT
Question - I wear size 34 pants; what size belt should I order?
Answer - The best way to get an accurate size for the belt you want to order is to measure a belt you currently use. Companies that make jeans and other pants all use their own systems for determining what size a 34 should really be. We believe that our sizes should be exactly what they say they are in inches.
Question - How should I take a proper measurement for my new belt?
Answer - The best measurement you can get will come from a belt that you already own. Load it with the gear that you plan on carrying (even if it isn’t a belt you would normally use for that purpose) and put it on. Take off the belt and lay it out flat then take the measurement in inches from the hole you used to fasten the belt (or the fold, on a rigger-style belt) to the far tip of the buckle. That measurement can be used to place you directly within one of our size ranges (30-36, 32-38, 34-40, etc.). It is important to take into consideration anything you may wear on the belt (IWB or OWB), as this can drastically change the sizing. For example (THIS IS JUST AN EXAMPLE), Jake wears trousers with a 34" waist, but has to wear a 34-40" belt (thanks to the gun, spare magazine, flashlight, etc.).
Duty Belt, LE (Inner) - Same as a ranger belt.
Duty Belt, LE (Outer) – Measure your current duty belt or if necessary over top of your current inner/ranger belt. Make sure to take into account the gear that you plan on loading onto this belt – we recommend that this belt be sized at least 4” larger than a belt you plan to wear through your belt loops.
Duty Belt, MIL – Designed to fit inside a padded warbelt. Measure necessary circumference through that belt.