EDC Belt Sleeve
The EDC Belt Sleeve is truly a "never leave home with out it" piece of gear that offers a secure, simple, and ultra-low profile way to carry that *one extra piece* of gear.
Each one is hand made in the USA to our specifications out of high quality ballistic stretch nylon that holds gear comfortably to your belt. Just slip it on your belt (or any strap) and you can carry items such as:
- Pocket Knife
- RATS Tourniquet
- Spare Pistol Magazine
- A hank of 550 Cord
- The READYMAN Survivor Sling
Even better when not in use, the EDC Belt Sleeve lays flat on your belt and is ready to be accessed at a moments notice.
Hi, received my 3 belt sleeves 4 days ago. They are perfect for my leather man wave, the fit is great! I have only 1 problem-the sticking has split on 1 of the sleeves after a couple of days usage... Cheers Peter
Best invention since sliced bread
I don't go out without one on my belt. A great way to carry my Leatherman tools.
EDC must have
”It's kinda like a new pair of underwear. At first it's constrictive, but after a while it becomes a part of you.” - Garth Algar This belt-mounted sleeve is a great addition to my EDC. I may add another for multitool storage. Pros: - a comfortable EDC enhancement. - instant one handed (strong or off hand) access to my RATS at my five o’clock (L-hand dominant). - fits neatly between my Alien Gear 3.5 IWB and my NSR Tactical, Surefire Tactician (E2T-MV) holsters and allows access to both back pockets. - holds my black, RATS Gen 2 securely and covertly w/only the red pigtail and a bit of the aluminum cleat visible adjacent to and above my six o’clock belt loop. - stretched out some w/use becoming more user friendly for quicker behind the back reloading or adjusting. - setting/adjusting my EDC behind my back (sometimes in a dark room before work) is building blind side dexterity. - the RATS shifts about a little bit through the day as I sit or lean on it, but is never adrift or undone. Cons: - I choose to set/adjust my EDC while standing in my pants. That operation is slower and a little more challenging working w/the snug, EDC Sleeve. - the snug, empty, sleeve makes my belt too wide to thread through belt loops. The sleeve must be threaded on at the appropriate place and must be pulled off before completely removing my belt. - the red pigtail and a bit of the aluminum cleat are visible at six o’clock when the RATS is loaded (only noticed by me thus far). - the RATS shifts about a little bit through the day as I sit or lean on it, but is never adrift or undone.
So far the best fail-safe quality solution there is for adding universal utility to your belt without having to invest in pouches that increase profiling of the belt area or are only fit for specific tools/knives.