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Grip6

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Strong Minimalism

Here’s one way to look sharp: laser-cut aerospace grade aluminum. That’s the material found in the buckles made by Grip6—a company specializing in rugged, low-profile belts.

With a smart, minimalist design that’s ultra trim and insanely strong, every belt is made from nylon webbing with a breaking strength of almost two tons. The no-holes design adjusts to your perfect length. The extra flap tucks neatly inside—out of sight—and the buckles are curved ever so slightly. The result is a streamlined, smooth fit.

Founder BJ Minson found a lot to dislike with traditional belts. The stretched out holes, the limited range when adjusting, the extra flap. When a friend gave him an army belt, BJ was inspired by the simple design. He started to create the belt he always wanted.

BJ put the G6 on Kickstarter, and lots of other people wanted his belt, too. All of the belts and buckles are interchangeable. And they are all are made, to last, in the USA.

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Discovered 9/10/2015

Unfortunately, products from this maker are no longer available on our site.

Unfortunately, products from this maker are no longer available on our site.

Maker Story

Strong Minimalism

Here’s one way to look sharp: laser-cut aerospace grade aluminum. That’s the material found in the buckles made by Grip6—a company specializing in rugged, low-profile belts.

With a smart, minimalist design that’s ultra trim and insanely strong, every belt is made from nylon webbing with a breaking strength of almost two tons. The no-holes design adjusts to your perfect length. The extra flap tucks neatly inside—out of sight—and the buckles are curved ever so slightly. The result is a streamlined, smooth fit.

Founder BJ Minson found a lot to dislike with traditional belts. The stretched out holes, the limited range when adjusting, the extra flap. When a friend gave him an army belt, BJ was inspired by the simple design. He started to create the belt he always wanted.

BJ put the G6 on Kickstarter, and lots of other people wanted his belt, too. All of the belts and buckles are interchangeable. And they are all are made, to last, in the USA.