High Speed Gear Takes Duty Belts Higher Speed with Duty-Grip Padded Belt

High-Speed Gear Incorporated, commonly known as HSGI, has been a constant innovator in tactical nylon. Their TACO series of pouches is one of the most popular used by both military and civilian shooters due to its inherent versatility. As a proud owner of one of their padded Battle Belts, I can attest they make some excellent gear to satisfy both the gear-queer and operator alike.

HSGI has turned its tactical gear genius from focusing on warfighters to those in law enforcement. Their newly released Duty-Grip Padded Belt is designed for those who’s belts and bevvy of gear can be quite uncomfortable and wear them down day-in and day out.

Like HSGI’s other high-speed products, the Duty-Grip Padded Belt starts with 1000D Cordura. From there, its coupled with their neoprene padding which has a truly gel-like comfort. To keep it lightweight, laser-cut laminates are used where possible to weave the duty belt through the pad which the weaves in turn keep the loads firmly in place.

The Duty-Grip Padded Belt is offered in two models, the standard which includes the vertical weaves, and a Duty-Grip M versions which features a four column laser-cut MOLLE panel on the bag for MOLLE compatible pouches. The 2.75″ tall Duty-Grip is compatible with belts up to 2″.

Retail pricing starts at $59.00 for the standard model. It can be customized for sizing, color, and HSGI offers the option to purchase your belt with the padded liner. 



Frank.K

TFB’s FNG. Completely irreverent of all things marketing but a passionate lover of new ideas and old ones well executed. Enjoys musing on all things firearms, shooting 3-gun, and attempting to be both tacticool AND tactical.


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  • codfilet

    Do they come in a size 66 waist?…………………….

    • Mike

      For the federal agent that shot his foot in Florida?

      • codfilet

        You read my mind……

    • Jeff S

      You just need to clip two of them together. Hopefully VF Solutions has a contract with HSGI.

  • Arie Heath

    That’s pretty low profile. I might have to pick one up.