Review: Hank's Belts 'The Bonnie' women's leather concealed carry belt
First thing I'd like to address is size. Brian of Hank's sent me this chart before I ordered mine. If I hadn't asked, I would have ordered a large instead of a medium based on the size chart posted on Amazon and their website, which goes by women's clothing sizes instead of inches. This was 100% accurate for me.
BELT SIZE Measurement to 4th Hole Measurement To End Of Belt
XSM 31" 38"
SML 33" 40"
MED 35" 42"
LRG 37" 44"
XLG 39" 46"
XXL 41" 48"
While searching for a women's specific carry belt, I could only find a few, by Hank's, Daltech Force, and Flashbang. Hank's is the least expensive, ($49) with free prime shipping on Amazon.
I had the opportunity to compare my Hank's belt with Daltech Force's women's pink stitch belt as I ordered both. (I'll post a review of my Daltech Force belt as well)
I can't say either is definitely better, they're both nice, good looking, quality belts. But my Hank's belt was $13 cheaper, and in my hands in 2 days. It fits great, and Hank's does free exchanges if it didn't.
My Daltech Force belt was almost 6" too long going by their size chart, and took 8 days to get. (size chart says add 2" to your waist size and that's your belt size. For me, I had to order 2" LESS than my waist size for it to fit correctly)
For Daltech Force exchange I had to pay return shipping and wait another week to have another made. Both belts have similar warranties, Hank's is 100 years, Daltech Force is lifetime.
Hank's belt is a little thicker, yet more flexible. It also has pretty floral design chicago screws, Daltech Force screws are plain. It does a great job holding my Taurus PT111 G2 in my Tagua holster, and I would wear it even if I wasn't carrying. (This is true of both belts) I imagine I'll be wearing this belt for years to come.
Black 'Bonnie' white stich women's concealed carry belt
Last edited by Roadie; 08-19-2016 at 19:19.