Below is our picks for the best concealed carry belts. You can also view our article Best Concealed Carry Belts to learn more.
This Kore Essentials belt is my go to EDC belt. I wear one almost every day. I have one in black, gray, tan, and leather. This is the best belt on the market in my opinion.
Kore Essentials offers many styles of belts that work great for concealed carry. You can choose different buckles as well as nylon or leather. Kore is a major player in the belt industry and very popular among concealed carriers. You can’t go wrong with any of the numerous options they offer.
Need a top of the line gun belt…and dress up? This is the belt you need. These will work perfectly with any tuck style holster as it will allow you to show off your stylish belt while carrying.
If I still had to dress up for work, then I would buy this belt in a heartbeat. It is another home run by CrossBreed holsters!
This belt comes in as the most affordable on the list. But don’t let the lower price fool you. It still meets all the requirements from the checklist from the beginning.
Like most of the other belts on the list, this is made in the USA with high quality leather and stitching. It has a lifetime warranty as well, so you can buy with confidence. This belt will be able to handle any firearm you will be carrying.
Ok, these are very popular…and for good reason. Hanks makes some of the best belts in the business. They offer a large amount of variations on this belt as well.
Just to list a few of the Hanks Belts that you can find:
Black Out Leather Gun Belt: All black…even the buckle
Old World Harness Belt: Very stylish
Steel Core: Reinforced with Steel…billed as the thickest, heaviest gun belt on the market.
Choose any belt from Hanks and you will be happy!
While I don’t own a Bigfoot belt, I have had friends rave about their great customer service and fast delivery time.
You will get a great belt at an affordable price with Bigfoot. Be sure to check out all their options when you visit them. They offer regular, slim, dress, and steel core models of their belts. I would choose the steel core version myself.
More modern and tactical, these belts feature the upgraded model of cobra buckle. The cobra HYBRID buckle allows you to thread this through regular belt loops, which was the main complaint people have had about regular cobra buckled belts.
Once this belt is buckled, it is not coming off until you decide to take it off. This belt also comes in three colors that are shown, Black, Gray, and Brown.