waistbelt

waistbelt

(ˈweɪstˌbɛlt)
n
(Clothing & Fashion) a belt encircling the waist
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He harangued the two women ex traordinarily, with much of his shirt hanging out of his waistbelt, stamping his foot, turning from one to the other, sometimes throwing both his arms to gether, straight up above his rumpled hair, and keeping them in that position while he uttered a passage of loud denunciation; at others folding them tight across his breast--and then he hissed with indignation, elevating his shoulders and pro truding his head.
The five-point waistbelt rounds out the frame and does a great job distributing weight and deterring slipping.
For those that don't, the Gun Commander from Crooked Horn Outfitters ($75, CrookedHorn.com) combines a quick-release waistbelt attachment and a hook that goes on top of a shoulder strap.
A shorter torso length is complemented by a molded foam waistbelt with anti-sway straps, trimmed for the female figure.
It features a padded, load-bearing waistbelt, which allows concealed carry of large handguns, plus assorted ammo, targets and accessories should you find yourself having to hike a ways to your favorite shooting spot.
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Tips included "a neat handbag with room for everything and a special partition for the gas mask" and "a waistbelt with a luminous inlet across the back helps in the black-out".
Developed to work with all major escape systems, DEUS X Class harnesses include a convertible waistbelt (NFPA Class I) and seat harness (NFPA Class II), and a chest piece add-on to provide a full body harness (NFPA Class III).
It was this camera that captured all of the drama -- 13 hours of tension as an Uzbek woman stood in a tense standoff with police and negotiators, threatening to detonate a waistbelt of explosives.
While wearing a tightly cinched, padded, rucksack waistbelt, you can reduce the load on your shoulders.