It's a good deal and I've been using it for a while now, it works best with light pants and shorts.
I have used this belt for awhile now and it rocks! Enough room for money and a small blade to boot. Use your imagination! And as for the not a heavy duty belt? Think again. I am 6 ft tall and 205 lbs. And it has worked like a champ for me and has gotten many compliments.
I always wanted on of these and considering its 6 bucks I couldn't say no. It's relatively thin but it works for holding up your pants and hiding your money, so long as your pockets aren't weighed down with much more than a phone and keys.
I had just about worn out my old Army cotton web belt when I saw this. That it was a money belt was a plus. Other reviewers have said it's not "heavy-duty". I must say different. I have worn my old cotton web belt with jeans for years, and this is heavier and stronger. I'll trust my modesty to it in any pants I wear.
Nice and inconspicuous
Money belts are great to hide away some spare bills, especially when you're going to a place that might not be so friendly. At first I thought I should go with a fancy leather one, but then I realized that those are so nice, the bad guys might want the belt itself. This mil-tec money belt is a fourth the price and is very simple in design, without attracting looks.
The belt is 1 1/4" wide and extremely well made, but not heavy duty.