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Trayvax Cinch Belt

By: on April 05, 2017
$26.99
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Trayvax got into the industrial minimalist game in 2013 with their metal-plated wallets, and stuck pretty much exclusively with the card & cash carriers for over 3 years. But now they've decided to expand, following up an aluminum and nylon design that holds your paper and plastic with the Cinch Belt, an aluminum and nylon design that holds your pants.

The Trayvax Cinch is a heavy-duty nylon web belt buckled with a double tension point anodized aluminum plate. The contoured buckle uses friction for instant and infinite adjustment.

Cinch Belts come in 3 (interchangeable) buckle finish colors, Blue, Black, and Gray, to stand out or blend in as much as your occasion to wear them requires. The webbing has a high-tensile strength of up to 2,000 pounds, and is compatible with concealed carry.

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