For a "War belt"
Ive had this belt for years now and its held up fine.
Holds pistol holster, double mag pouch, trauma kit and one rifle mag and is my second line gear that would go with my Crye Precision Gen 1 JPC plate carrier.
Its padded with tacky material on the inside and doesnt move.
I have since gone back to a different brand one that's padded but only two inches thick with MOLLE and it holds the same stuff.
On my SWAT gear I have
Doesnt need belt keepers and has the same tacky padded material on the inside.
You interlace your inner belt inside this one and thread the inner belt on the outside of the main belt where you want to mount stuff. Then you can just click it on with the security buckle.
I have a triple single stack mag pouch on it, one AR mag pouch, foldable dump pouch, trauma/med kit, baton holder, and holster. All of the other stuff goes on my plate carrier.
The HSGI stuff is more expensive but it is very high quality and will last under tough use.
I cant say the same for the condor stuff. Condo Stuff does not last... period. Our work bought a bunch of condor stuff once to try to save money and it was a mess. Nothing lasted very long let alone from normal every day wear.
For normal every day belts I have two belts depending on what holster Im wearing for CCW.
They make three types one is leather and a couple are a tacky rubbery material. I have one of those, the El Burro one The leather ones are leather reinforced with polymer and the El Burro is a polymer only belt. Its super strong but also super thin and flexable. And it looks like a normal belt but its strong enough to support a full sized all metal pistol holster or whatever else comfortably.
I also have a Ares Gear Aegis Belt.
Also works with more normal street wear, very stiff with a friction buckle... you could probably a tow a car with this belt if it was long enough. It works great for if you have to thread on more stuff but I wear this as a normal pants belt frequently if Im not wearing my Magpul El Burro belt.
Some of the clips on my CCW holsters are thicker or thinner so depending on which fits better determines if I wear the magpul or the Areas Gear belt.
This belt has the "tacky" material inside that holds it in place. I appreciate that this isnt a "duty belt" and I have no delusions about the fact that this is a budget option, but im not downrange in the middle east or on patrol duty. I hoping that maybe my post can help others who cant afford expensive gear that they dont really "need" but still want to get some practical tactical training in without spending $109 on a belt. i can buy a lot of ammo for the difference in cost between a $30 belt and a $109 belt.