Cache Belt™ | More Than a Money Belt...

*** NOTE: This is a Pre-Order item expected to ship Mar 31st 2019***

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THIS IS A PRE-ORDER ITEM. ANY IN-STOCK ITEMS ORDERED WITH THIS PRODUCT WILL NOT SHIP UNTIL THE PRE-ORDER ITEM COMES AVAILABLE. 

[PATENTED DESIGN]

Cache: (noun) \ˈkăsh\ 

1. hiding place especially for concealing and preserving provisions or implements. 

2. a secure place of storage.

Link to survival kits designed to fit inside the Cache Belt

 

 

 The Ultimate Everyday & Travel Accessory. It's a money belt, travel tool, survival kit and whatever else you make it. 

 

 

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The Cache Belt™ is not "just a money belt"

Why velcro is better than zippers on a money belt

  

Understated design with over-the-top functionality. 

everyday carry gear belt, from street to survival

To the Everyday Carry 9-5er, it's another pocket to stash your EDC essentials. 

 

To the Traveler, it's a safe and secure storage pouch for travel gear and important documents.

 

To the Adventurer, it's a survival kit right where you need it, when you need it. On you. And always with you.

 

Finally, a stylish way to carry a survival kit!

It's versatile enough to take you from the boardroom to the backwoods of Borneo and combines the highest grade components with a sleek, goes-with-anything look. Best of all, it features a velcro enclosure over two feet long that's fully customizable. From discreet carrying of extra Euros on the streets of Amsterdam, to packing a compass and signaling mirror up a volcano in Nicaragua, we've tested this belt all around the world and we're confident you'll agree: This is the ultimate everyday and travel accessory.

 

Born from our fans

To launch the Cache Belt, we offered it via the crowdfunding site Kickstarter. We met our initial goal of $15,000 in under 4 hours, were one of the Top 20 most popular Kickstarter projects, and raised a total of $275,075 from 4,506 backers to help bring the Cache Belt to life! Here's the original Kickstarter project link for more details.

 

 Making Emergency Gear Mainstream

It was picked up and covered by many big media sources including Maxim Magazine, Daily Mail, and Outside Magazine.

Cache Belt Press mentions and PR

 

Pant makers lie!

Pants companies have adopted "vanity sizing" for waist size in recent years meaning that the number for your "waist size" doesn't refer to a real length and can differ up to 6" between brands. To be more accurate in fit, we list the belt sizing in its actual length. We advise that you closely reference the chart below to understand how the belt will fit and ideally measure the circumference of your actual waist size while wearing pants.

 

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Reviews

Reviews (33)

Sam Dec 25th 2018

Love it 3 Times

I was one of the Kickstarter supporters and was impressed with the belt, buckle and gear when I got it. I remember the updates coming out to all the backers of the project about how this was rejected and that didn't meet your standards as well as some improvements. All of which required a wait to get my hands on the belt. A short time after receiving my first cache belt (4-5 months or so) I decided I wanted another one to use while playing golf so I ordered one of the "blemished" belts. I figured on the golf course it wouldn't make much difference. YOU have got to be kidding me. Your standards must be incredibly high. When I received the "blemished" rejected belt, I couldn't find anything wrong with it and I looked. The only thing I was able to find was a small, very small, scratch on the bottom of the buckle that I had to search to find. So, fast forward a few months and I decided I wanted a backup, just in case belt so I bought a third cache belt. By the way, the cache belt reminds me very much of the belt and buckle I was issued in the Army. The exception is your buckle actually holds firmly and the cache belt allows EDC. My Army issued belt buckle slipped often and needed to be adjusted regularly. It also didn't have the capability to carry EDC other than what you attached on the outside. All-in-all I am very happy with my purchase(s). I read many of the reviews with suggestions for changes and knowing you those changes will be looked at closely. Should be interesting.

Dan Dec 13th 2018

Cache Belt: Great product overall.

First, I am very happy with this product and would buy it again. But as always there is room for improvement. I hope to see improved versions and that is the only reason I'm leaving a review and noting some flaws. -HOW I USE IT: *Worn almost every day since June 2017 with exception to a few formal where events. The finish has scratched up and the belt looks a bit dingy now but everything is in near perfect condition still. *Worn during all manner of activities from dirty yard work to the office and range. *My belted EDC involves a full-size handgun with attached light (30+oz) worn at Appendix position in the waistband, a few emergency items stashed in the belt, sometimes more. -THE BUCKLE: *It is sturdy and keeps its adjusted place and stays clasped well. Solid function! *I would like to see a new buckle that is shallower as this one is almost 3/4" front to back and causes me to wear the belt with the buckle offset to the left of the first belt loops instead of center over zipper because it sticks out to much (due to the mentioned EDC, obviously not a problem for those who don't carry AIWB). *The buckle does have rougher and sharper edges than I would expect, most of these can be sanded if you want, a little cleaner manufacturing would be nice. -THE BELT itself: *It is also very tough and functions better than expected! *The belt end frayed a bit in the first weeks of wear, it was fixed easily with a lighter and has been touched up once since but this is the first Nylon belt that I've had do that while it was almost new. *Stiffness, this belt is stiff enough that it works well as a gun belt. I wish it were a bit stiffer but that probably wouldn't work for most users. Excellent sturdiness!

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