You’re always prepared when you wear a Col. Littleton No. 11 Survival Belt

The Col. Littleton No. 11 Survival Belt is a belt that any MacGyver wannabe would appreciate. First of all, it’s a regular belt made in the Col. Littleton Workshop (Lynnville, TN) of native American steer hide with solid brass hardware. The belt has hooks that adjust to fit waists sizes 34-48. In addition to holding up your pants, this belt holds 27 feet of military grade paracord which has 650 lbs strength per inch. The Col. even offers to restring the belt for free if you end up using the cord and send him a picture and a story. The No. 11 Survival Belt is available with Olive Drab, Orange or Navy cord for $149.

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  • Neil Olonoff October 29, 2012, 9:51 am

    What do you use to hold up your pants when you have to use the paracord in an emergency. Perhaps COL Littleton makes a non-emergency emergency belt just for that purpose ….

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  • Julie October 29, 2012, 10:41 am

    @Neil Cut off a couple feet of the cord and use that ;)

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  • G. Blessing February 15, 2013, 6:25 pm

    I like it but its awfully spendy, even for a handmade leather belt.

    I simply cobra stitched abot 40 ft of para cord over the outside of a plain leather belt. Use what I need off if it, and retie the end. And regaurdless of how much I use, even all of it, I still have a complete belt.

    G.

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