Duty Belts



At LA Police Gear, we make sure we offer belts with the features you’ll need for the environments you’ll be working in. Take advantage of our durable belts with rugged designs to handle the field’s wear and tear. If you carry your weapon on your belt, we have belts with extra weight support for carrying firearms and chemical agents.

Just like you, we want to make sure you’re prepared for the jobs you’re on. Look through our selection and find the belt that’s right for you.


We want to make sure we only offer the best of the best to our customers. That’s why we carry and offer top brand belt manufacturers like 5.11 Tactical, Boston Leather, Blackhawk, and of course, our very own house brand LA Police Gear.


A sturdy and reliable duty belt is one of the most important resources an officer has when working in the field. We know; we were cops ourselves. You can order from our collection knowing we would never offer something we wouldn’t use ourselves.

We know firsthand that in our line of work, comfort and functionality are crucial. Shop with confidence at LAPG, knowing that our brand is backed by the knowledge, skill, and experience of law enforcement officers.

Have a question about our belts, tactical clothing, or any other product? Don’t hesitate to contact our team here at LA Police Gear for additional support. You are our main priority. Shop now and receive high-quality tactical gear for your needs. 

How to use a Duty Belt

A duty belt is a type of belt that is worn by military and law enforcement personnel, as well as by security guards and other professionals who may find themselves in demanding situations. Duty belts are designed to be sturdy and durable, and are used to carry equipment and supplies that may be needed in the course of their duties.

To use a duty belt, the first step is to put it on properly. Duty belts are typically worn around the waist, with the buckle at the front. Some duty belts may have adjustable straps or other features that allow the wearer to customize the fit for maximum comfort and security.

Once the duty belt is on, the next step is to load it with the equipment and supplies that are needed for the specific situation. This can include items such as Tactical flashlights, Police tools, handcuffs, and other tools that may be required in the course of duty. Duty belts often have a variety of pockets, pouches, and compartments that can be used to organize and carry this equipment.

When loading a duty belt, it is important to distribute the weight evenly across the belt to avoid causing discomfort or strain. It may also be helpful to adjust the belt's position on the waist to ensure that it is not too loose or too tight, and that it does not interfere with the wearer's movement or range of motion.

Once the duty belt is loaded and properly positioned, it is important to ensure that it is secure and that the equipment and supplies it carries are easily accessible. This can be done by adjusting the buckle and other fasteners, and by practicing various movements and scenarios to ensure that everything is within easy reach.

Overall, using a duty belt is a simple process that requires some basic knowledge and preparation. By following these steps, military and law enforcement personnel, as well as other professionals, can ensure that they have the equipment and supplies they need to perform their duties effectively and safely.

If you need some help setting up your duty belt, visit our blog post: How to setup a duty belt - a step by step guide.