StarWars Boba Fett Ammo Belt -Back In Stock!
StarWars Boba Fett Ammo Belt -Back In Stock!
StarWars Boba Fett Ammo Belt -Back In Stock!
StarWars Boba Fett Ammo Belt -Back In Stock!
StarWars Boba Fett Ammo Belt -Back In Stock!
StarWars Boba Fett Ammo Belt -Back In Stock!
StarWars Boba Fett Ammo Belt -Back In Stock!
StarWars Boba Fett Ammo Belt -Back In Stock!
StarWars Boba Fett Ammo Belt -Back In Stock!

StarWars Boba Fett Ammo Belt -Back In Stock!

Regular price $150.00 Sale

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I designed this ammo belt as an inexpensive, but attractive alternative to the expensive leather versions that can be too bulky in my opinion. This ammo belt comes as shown in brown with white stitching only. It's designed to be painted topically, sprayed and/ or air brushed to create the movie accurate weathering as seen in some of the reference photos. Made from a professional grade synthetic fiber used in the bag and garment industry. The surface is smooth and the edges come finished. Accented in heavy nylon stitching and either 2 or 6 rear grommets in keeping with movie accuracy depending on the version. Belt lengths are one size fits all only (45in or 115cm) For a custom fit the collector will need to punch 2 holes into the belt. A length of rawhide yarn will be supplied to secure the belt as seen in the SE version. A large section of velcro panel is secured onto one end of the belt for you, but you will have to provide and attach the opposite velcro panel for a custom fit depending on your waist size. I did this to prevent the velcro panel from being seen since waist sizes vary.

These are non functioning pouches, props only! It is not recommended they be used as functioning pouches. During production the velcro closures used to secure each separate pouch could not be sewn in as I would have liked. Cosmetic reasons were obvious for one of the velcro tabs as the stitching would have shown through, instead both velcro tabs had to be glued in place using a basic adhesive. Unfortunately, this adhesive will surely not hold. Since production could not stop to make a more secure bond, you will need to do some creative work on your end. I recommend texturing the surface area using sandpaper on both the pouches and velcro tabs and apply a proper velcro glue to ensure a good bond, then and only then can it used as a semi-functioning pouch.