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The inside of the belt features a small zippered pocket that provides space to store enough cash to handle any emergency situation.
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.
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.
I always wanted a money belt for some odd reason. Maybe it comes from reading Dashiell Hammett novel when I was younger. They are not LL Bean or Eddie Bauer quality, but good for what you are paying, actually great for the price. These are not heavy weight belts, not really for jeans, but for shorts or lightweight pants, they should do nicely.