Your HMB® belt size may differ from your usual size.
Consult the size guide to choose the best size for you.
Developed and tested with and for operators , the HMB® Tactical Belt ( Hexatac's Modular Belt ) meets the needs of modern fighters and sport shooters.
Composed of advanced materials , this tactical belt is both ultra-rigid while maintaining a featherweight ( 285gr only in size XL! )
The HMB® Tactical Belt is made up of two belts : a Velcro under-belt (38mm) and an outer belt (50mm).
The outer belt has a rigid laser-cut composite skeleton that provides great rigidity to best support your gear.
The MOLLE loops (1/2 MOLLE) are made in the mass of the skeleton and covered with a layer of finishing fabric: the pockets that will be installed on the HMB® tactical belt by means of this system will be more stable than on a belt tactical with flexible fabric loops.
The design of the HMB® tactical belt makes it possible to have MOLLE loops all around the wearer , 360° regardless of whether he is at the high or low limit of the chosen size.
Also, the free strand for adjusting the external belt is inside the belt, which avoids external clutter and allows you to really take advantage of the presence of MOLLE slots all around this belt.
Made with high resistance materials normally used for climbing equipment** (webbing, AustriAlpin Cobra® buckle and even wire), breaking load tests in realistic conditions* have shown that the AustriAlpin buckle ( Certified 15KN) would break before any seams in the belt were worried at a load of approximately 1350kg (for realistic conditions with a load pulled across the D-ring perpendicular to the belt).
The velcro under-belt (female) is adjustable thanks to two distinct systems to best adapt to each person and semi-rigid to allow the wearing of an IWB/AIWB holster and ensure good support for the pants.
With a width of 38mm , it will adapt to the belt loops of any type of pants : tactical or civilian.
Made in Europe with mli-spec assembly standards and materials imported directly from the USA .
The Cobra® buckle is an Original Cobra® buckle made in Austria by AustriAlpin. This brand is the undisputed reference for buckles for carrying loads or climbing.
HMB® BELT SIZE GUIDE
The size chart of the HMB® tactical belt is based on your actual size and is as follows:
SMALL : 72.5cm – 86.5cm
MEDIUM : 84.5cm – 98.5cm
LARGE : 96.5cm – 110.5cm
X-LARGE : 108.5cm – 122.5cm
To measure your size, measure your waistline at the belt loops of your pants, over the pants, without a belt with a flexible tape measure, without tightening or being too loose. If you don't have a tape measure, you can use a piece of string or paracord to go around and then measure it.
Attention: If your measured size is 1cm from the maximum of the chosen size, we advise you to choose the size above, which will allow you to have more space for equipment with Velcro fasteners and belt loops.
Namely: at the largest setting, the two ends overlap by about 2cm to ensure continuity of rigidity.
It is sometimes complicated to choose your belt with only these measurements as tools. The illustration above will allow you to visualize the number of MOLLE cells and to be able to compare with your current belt. Due to the thickness of the underbelt and the outer waistband, it is normal for the length of the outer waistband (pictured below) to be longer than your measured waistline by about 3cm.
Assembly of the buckle: To function correctly, the buckle must be assembled in the following manner. Attention, if the assembly is not correct, the buckle brake will not work.
*Tests carried out in the laboratories of the University of Technology of Compiègne. Results and technical data of the tests available on request for the administrations.
**The HMB® Tactical Belt is NOT designed for use in rappelling, aeroroping etc. This belt was designed to allow personnel to secure themselves during aerial operations in helicopters. Improper use of this belt can lead to injury or death. The HEXATAC.COM site, its parent company and its partners cannot be held responsible in the event of use outside the intended framework.