Outdoor Webbing Belt

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Introduction: Outdoor Webbing Belt

About: What do you call a spoon, knife and fork? a...... SPIFRK! Meaning of life right there.

Got some old webbing kicking around? Or maybe you are in desperate need of a belt! Anyhow, this belt is super easy to make and is ''waist-ready'' in a day or so. Lets get making!

Step 1: Supplies

You need,

-Your webbing (usually a meter or so depending on your waist.)

- 2 male and female clips (2.5 cm)

- Gorilla glue (superglue)

- Shoe Goo

- Scissors

- A lighter

- One or two clamps

Step 2: Clips

1. Get clip.

2. Insert webbing into clip.

Step 3: Glue X2

1. Get your 2 glues

2. Then put on Shoe Goo first.

3. After 5 minuets, put a dab or too of superglue on the other side.

Step 4: Clamp

1. Fold the superglued side onto the Shoe Goo side.

2. CLAMP DOWN!!!

3. Let dry for 24 hours.

Step 5: Cuttin' and Meltin'

1. Release clamps.

2. Cut other end to desired size.

3. Melt with the lighter.

Step 6: Done.

Easy right? Yup.

PROS:

-folds up nice and small.

-style points!!!

-useful in am emergency.

-Quick clip

CONS:

-glue might break (not likely)

-if you don't have shoe goo superglue is very stiff.

If you enjoyed this project, please vote and favourite, happy tinkering!

mrwonton

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    8 Comments

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    ChristopherR120
    ChristopherR120

    1 year ago

    Brilliant! I have been looking at web belts for my ski pants and they can run upwards of $30.00!!! I probably have this stuff lying around in my old camping gear. Score!

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    Graeme_P
    Graeme_P

    3 years ago

    Can you suggest sources for the clips? Preferably in USA but the Internet makes anywhere accessible.

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    FunkMonkey1
    FunkMonkey1

    Reply 3 years ago

    You can find these at Walmart in the Camping section. Very cheap, too! (Under $2 per set)

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    Graeme_P
    Graeme_P

    Reply 3 years ago

    Thank you!

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    JEMoulton
    JEMoulton

    4 years ago

    I made this belt earlier and covered it with paracord, about 100' of it. I never have to take it off in airports and always have some cordage, love it

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    mrwonton
    mrwonton

    Reply 4 years ago

    nice!

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    mrwonton
    mrwonton

    4 years ago

    strength and flexibiliyty

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    Lorddrake
    Lorddrake

    4 years ago

    what is the reason/advantage of using the shoe goo and the superglue together?