Triple Aught Design unleashes tactically styled Nexus Belt

The Nexus Belt uses a low-profile style that allows it to fit under duty belts and harnesses. (Photo: Triple Aught Design)

Triple Aught Design added to its inventory of apparel and gear this week, launching the new Nexus Belt for tactically minded consumers.

In development for three years, the Nexus aims to balance a low profile design with a stout construction rigid enough to support firearms and gear. Using a metal, G-hook closure married to a loop of nylon webbing, the Nexus provides up to four-inches in adjustments for wearers.

Capable of slipping under a duty belt, climbing harness or pack belt, the Nexus offers a 1.5-inch width.

The belt features a G-hook and nylon webbing. (Photo: Triple Aught Design)

The Nexus Belt is a study in simplicity and function,” Triple Aught said in a statement. “Extremely low profile and minimally metallic, the Nexus Belt’s reduced signature saves time at checkpoints and minimizes printing.”

With sizes ranging from 28 to 44, the Nexus comes in the wearer’s choice of classic black or coyote brown. The belt is available from Triple Aught with a MSRP of $40.

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