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I have a couple of these listed on ebay, last year I built 110 belts for an upcoming Michael Mann movie to be release next year, during the course of building that order, I had 3 extra dark grey with black buckles.

These are currently listed on ebay

http://alturl.com/ntme5

These were not part of the batch but I found it while cleaning out some extra belts
http://alturl.com/razma

I am trying to get a stock pile of these back on ebay so everyone directly order them.

The smokejumper belt is where I got started sewing. They are simple belts, made for the wildland firefighter needing a simple belt that will last a long time. tough an economical. I pre-cut these at 50 inches so if you need a larger size just let me know. I will updating this photo with some new colors soon.

50inch models are 16.00 each plus shipping

email me at chute43@yahoo.com for ordering.

Generally I keep a lot of these in stock so there isn’t usually a wait time any questions just ask.

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For the lovers of the very illusive airlock belts , I have you covered. Made from milspec parachute harness webbing. Sewn with #69 nylon bonded thread, I build these with 4 inches of adjustments so you it should have you covered for a few season on the fireline as long as you stay off the MREs.
Build time on these I try to keep around one week, with the nature of the work I know it is important to get these out to guys on the line

$30.00 plus shipping.

Buckles only come in silver at this time.

For measuring , measure yourself with a fabric tape measure at the level you would normally wear your pants, for best results measure through your belt loops while you are wearing the pants.

This is a new belt I have been working on, it uses the very popular all alumium cobra buckle. And the same construction I use on the airlock belt.

Same sizing measures as normal , measure your waist at the level you would normally wear your pants with a fabric tape measure. Each belt has four inches of adjustment.  And velcro secures the free end. These will last for years on the fire line.

$40.00 each.

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