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Product description

The "El Empresario," a new addition to the Magpul Tejas Gun Belt line, is crafted from specially selected full aniline leather, hand milled and drum dyed. Like the original Tejas gunbelt this full grain outer layer is backed by a supportive but flexible reinforced polymer. Cut to a narrower 1 1/4" Width and just slightly thinner overall, it maintains the gun belt rigidity with dress belt looks and comfort. Still rigid enough to carry a holster, but with increased comfort for everyday use while retaining it's stretch and sag free performance. Proudly MADE in Texas, it's not just a great gun belt. It's a great belt.


From the manufacturer

el original 1.5 el original 1.25 el burro el empresario
Tejas "El Original" 1.5 Inch Tejas "El Original" 1.25 Inch Tejas "El Burro" Tejas "El Empresario"
Use Casual Casual Casual Dress/Casual
Materials Top grade bullhide leather exterior, Reinforced polymer interior Top grade bullhide leather exterior, Reinforced polymer interior Reinforced polymer Full aniline leather exterior, Reinforced polymer interior
Width 1.5 inches 1.25 inches 1.5 inches 1.25 inches
Colors Black; Chocolate; Light Brown Black; Chocolate; Light Brown Black; Charcoal; Coyote Black; Chocolate; Light Brown; Blue Gray
Buckle Chrome-plated Chrome-plated Aluminum Slim design, brushed finish
Tool-free buckle fasteners ✓ ✓ - ✓

Magpul Tejas Gun Belt El Empresario

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