All-Day Carry Comfort: Mission First Tactical’s Bellyband

MFT is stretching out, so to speak, announcing its first bellyband, with comfort as its primary goal.

by posted on February 6, 2023
Mft Belly Band Lede

Mission First Tactical (MFT), known primarily for its state-of-the-art, USA-made rifle/carbine accessories and holsters, is stretching out, so to speak, announcing its new Belly Band holster, with comfort as its primary goal. 

“With hundreds of Belly Band options out there, we can say there is nothing like our Belly Band in the market,” said David Edelman, vice president, Mission First Tactical. “This new, unique, first-of-its-kind design is sure to be a hit with those who want the freedom of carrying their firearm comfortably and safely, without the use of a belt.”

MFT says the comfort provided by this belly band holster is possible because of the 3D spacer mesh fabric it uses. Specifically, special channels allow for more efficient airflow and increased comfort over other elastic-type holsters. An open-air weave construction design provides for air/moisture to pass through, naturally hindering bacterial growth. And this maximum breathability keeps concealed-carry operators cool and dry all day long. What’s more, a soft, medical-grade hook & loop construction helps prevent chaffing.


The holster is ambidextrous and compatible with a wide variety of firearms. It features a self-laminated fastening end that can be cut and trimmed with scissors for a custom fit, as well as a hard laminate trigger shield. Two elastic pockets for spare magazines, knives, flashlights and pepper spray are additional desirable features. The band also contains two secure YKK zippered storage pockets ideal for credentials, cash, keys, cell phone and more. And last but not least, you don’t need a belt to wear it! Use it while walking, jogging, hiking and biking. This a great solution if you’re wearing activewear such as shorts, sweats or leggings. The MFT Belly Band accommodates waist sizes from 26” to 52”. MSRP: $49.99 Want to see more? Go here to see the bellyband in use.

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