Alongside chest bags and utility vests, belts are one of the hottest accessories to come from the tactical wear trend. And while 1017 ALYX 9SM‘s signature rollercoaster buckle may be the most recognizable style, brands such as A-COLD-WALL*, Heron Preston, and Unravel Project have all released equally eye-catching iterations.

Coming in a webbing fabric – a strong, woven strip used for everything from seatbelts to military apparel – these belts are more often than not defined by an industrial-style buckle that can be instantly identified. On other occasions – as with OFF-WHITE‘s infamous iterations – the stand-out design component comes on the belt’s strap, and for those designers who can’t seem to settle (Heron Preston), both.

What’s more, tech wear brands such as Guerrilla Group and Riot Division have long included tactical belts in their collections, with steezy options that won’t break the bank.

With the tactical wear trend as strong as ever in 2019, below we’ve selected all our favorite tactical belts currently available online, with price-points ranging starting at just $9.

Particular highlights include the latest rollercoaster-buckled belt by ALYX, a multi-buckled, logo-heavy red belt from Samuel Ross’ A-COLD-WALL*, and a heavily branded industrial-style belt by OFF-WHITE, as well as the less flex-worthy but equally functional and far more budget-friendly belts of Riot Division, Guerrilla Group, and Fairwin (whose designs are particularly Matthew Williams-esque).

Ready to add some tactical flair to your ’fits? Buckle up and view our full selection below.

Under $100

Tactical Belt



Magnetic Belt

Riot Division


Samurai Belt

Riot Division



Guerilla Group


Scorpion Logo Belt



$100 and Up

Industrial Belt



Webbing Belt

Heron Preston


Logo Belt



Tape Logo Belt



Tape Logo Belt



Pull Belt

Heron Preston


Rollercoaster Buckle Belt

1017 ALYX 9SM


Rubber Belt



Military Belt

Unravel project


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