Megingjörð - AIWB Specific - Conceal Carry Belt *VER 4*
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New Version 4 Multicam Black and ALL BLACK
According to Old Norse, the Megingjörð (pronounced Meg-in-ye-ord) is the name of the belt worn by Thor, which translates into "power-belt," a big name for a big concept.
If you carry AIWB (Appendix Inside the Waist Band) then you know belt choice is extremely important. Simply buying a thick leather belt is often the only option for many or going out and getting some tactical-looking belt with a huge buckle. For those who have a lot of experience carrying in with an AIWB setup, they know that having the right belt matters, having big buckles, back-breaking rigid stiffness all around and pointless loops only adds to the detriment of carrying AIWB.
The Megingjord is not your typical belt, in fact, it is designed not to be the average belt. The majority of companies copy the same template for belt creation, get a big buckle (usually from China) or buckle type takes up a lot of real-estate and have the same, heavy material all around. This is done because it is cheaper for a company to manufacture, since they do not need to buy two or three different materials, and put more time into machine work.
Well, we decided to change all that, again.
Two different materials were chosen, one for its rigidity, one for its pliable, but strong, attributes. When carrying AIWB, only one part of the belt should be stiff, that is the part that makes direct contact with the holster system. The rest should facilitate long periods of usage without pain or pressure on the lower back. Something which many conceal carrying citizens, non-uniformed LEO's and GOV LEO's do on a normal basis. So why not design a belt around this, specific, requirement? Who said a belt has to have the same thickness all the way around? Why does everyone just accept this dogma blindly?
The Megingjord belt should be used by anyone who wants to carry a holstered pistol AIWB concealed, with a cover garment. It is designed around comfort and concealment.
The Megingjord design also allows for the implementation of a concealed blade or pistol magazine. Many belts offer no retention other than their stiffness properties, but more stiff belts are not the answer for many. Covering the blade sheath clip or pistol mag clip is a good way to retain them in one position. This allows for repeatable retention from an ideal location determined by the wearer.
There is an added feature that allows the belt to stop any rotation, either inadvertent or during a physical confrontation because an opponent is trying to get the pistol or blade from the wearer. Applied properly it pushes against the loop of the pants and stops the movement of the belt.
The Megingjord is NOT designed for anything OVERT. It is not an OWB (Outside the Waist Band) type of belt. It has one specific purpose and that is to allow comfortable AIWB carry while supporting functions of a good holster system which will provide the best type of concealment possible.
When the Mengingjord belt is used in conjunction with our Seraph AIWB Holster system (with muzzle pad), the line of the belt is smooth and constant, properly utilizing the Darkwing attached to the Seraph. This provides the best possible combination of belt, holster, and muzzle pad which allows for concealment and comfort which are unmatched in the industry.
How to measure for your belt size:
Please follow these sizing guidelines as this belt is NOT designed to be a standard belt and requires a different type of size determination. If you buy the wrong size belt due to not following these guidelines we have to charge a 25% restocking fee.
The Megingjord belt is designed to wrap back around to your A-Line opposite of the AIWB holster you are carrying.
They overlap in sizes because we wanted to get as close to a "one size fits most in this range" type of belt design.
Use a soft tape measure to measure how many inches around your pants are with an AIWB holster in place. Since you are measuring the outside of the belt with this method, that is the number that you would use for choosing the right belt size. You can also take your pant size, add two inches to it and that would be around the right overall size of belt you need.
Consideration: if you have 32-38 size pants, you probably need a medium, even if you are at the top of that size and follow the guide above, meaning if you have a 36 pant size and add two inches (due to AIWB holster) a large may be too big for you, so get a medium size.
Small = 28-32
Medium = 33-38
Large = 38-44
If you have any questions about the sizing or application, please do not hesitate to contact us.
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Check out this educated end-user review of the V2 Belt:
The new all-black version is the same exact construction and design as the Multicam black version, except it's all black.
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Used this for a hunting belt for my Kuiu Attack pants and loved how easily i could cinch the velcro tight and move out. Also came in handy for dropping my pants and ripping the down layer out and then cinching the belt tight again and poppin smoke and moving out. Great belt and highly recommended.
Best holster for Glock. Fits like a glove
Tldr: I'm dumb, put the buckle where a buckle normally goes. Thread this bad boy in backward and you'll have appendix carry nirvana.
I almost gave this belt a mediocre review and had some buyers remorse due to my own negligence.
I excitedly put this belt on like I do all my others and had a negative experience. The support section barely fit between my front belt loops and the buckle was right at the spot where I usually carry by the first belt loop. And my holster loops could barely close their buttons around the width of the support band.
Well one holster adjustment later as the loops close perfectly. Then I watched the video on the Megingjord page and realized I'd been putting it on all wrong. I put it on the way shown in the video, and now I'm carrying more comfortably than ever in my life. Easily the best carry belt I've ever had. I can carry my G48 with a dot in slim pants and fitted shirts with no bulk.
I originally carried my gen 5 Glock 17 with a 509T and a TLR-7 In a Tier1concealed Axis slim with a tried and true Blue Alpha Gear Hybrid Cobra buckle belt for a long time as my EDC. I just picked up the megingjord belt about half a month ago, and it certainly is a game changer for my EDC. The Megingjord doesn’t print out like my BAG belt used to, and it is a lot comfier for every day carry. I like how easy it is to set up and use, and just how awesome it interacts with my T1C holsters clips. It locks my EDC setup into place solid and without movement from side to side. Honestly I will be recommending this belt to all my buddies who carry appendix, because it has made my life a lot better and my EDC a lot comfier and stealthier to carry. Cheers to Vdevgru. Y’all make a damn good EDC belt.
This belt is ingenious and makes carrying much more comfortable. So far it has been great, the only concern I have is that the type of Velcro may not last as long as Velcro found on other belts. I've used the belt every day for about three weeks and it is holding up well. I would recommend this belt for anyone who carries consistently and wants a belt that is actually comfortable.