Questions? Call Us +1 (208) 424-5081

Free Domestic Shipping On All Orders Over $199

Large Hip belt
Large Hip belt
Large Hip belt
Large Hip belt

Large Hip belt

Regular price
Sold Out - To Pre-Order call (208) 424-5081
Sale price
$22.95

Free domestic shipping on orders over $199

Quantity must be 1 or more

Extended length replacement hip belt for Eberlestock packs.  The padded portion of the HBLS is 42" long, but the webbing straps extend to 60".  Fits waists from 44" to 56".

Weight: 1 lb

Customer Reviews

Based on 15 reviews
87%
(13)
7%
(1)
0%
(0)
7%
(1)
0%
(0)
K
K.H.
Big fella

The belt that came with my pack wasn’t quite large enough. I ordered the bigger one and it worked great.

D
D.B.W.
Good Fit for a big guy!

Great product, as usual. Only thing I would suggest would be to include a way to "disconnect" the velcro patch on the old belt from the pack. I used a hard plastic "blade" to get the velcro apart and keep it from sticking during the install. Might recommend a few hash marks to help with centering the new belt and a choice of camo patterns to match my existing pack. Otherwise AWESOME product that fits and works well.

M
M.R.
Return

Returned them to big

S
S.S.
Love it AND.......

This Pack fits me and is at the top of my list for edc backpack right now. I would feel comfortable snowboarding, hiking or urban traveling with it.
What is not my favorite is magnets keeping the pack together so my glock doesn't fall out at the Whole Foods! I’d also like a few dedicated pockets inside the main bag for some tech gear.

C
C.M.
Great belt, wrong pack

I purchased the large hip belt with my new Switchblade pack as it was suggested in further items to purchase (without reading fully past the waist size part of the description). I excitedly receive both after shipping, due and currency conversion, and found both to be exceptional quality. The problem was neither fit together, resulting in me now owning a fantastic hip belt, overly designed to now hold my pants up. Don’t get me wrong, the velcro on each stuck together like two long lost lovers, which no amount of physical force or swearing would rip asunder.

Great belt, wrong pack.