duty belt design and the associated weight they
carry cause pain. The pain they cause is a result
of the design and development path they've taken.
Duckbill approach to remedying the pain is a strategic
approach. Duckbill product development staff, designers
and engineers understand that there are many body
types, and a variety of accessories. It stands to
reason then that any duty belt and accessory strategy
must accommodate the user and not vice versa. This
is a distinctly ergonomic point-of-view. In this
way, Duckbill is an advocate of the end-user
the one who seeks to do a full days' work for
a full days' pay as comfortably as possible.
advocating the comfort, safety and physical well-being
of individual law enforcement professionals on the
street, Duckbill is also an advocate of meeting
the logistical and administrative needs of force
management. As a rule, all forces seeks to be adaptable
and responsive to its officers and the citizens
it serves. But, being responsive and proactive requires
a plan, requires accountability and requires communication.
Duckbill recognizes that if duty gear is to play
a role in officer effectiveness, then the duty gear
must be central and strategic.
design and engineering building blocks:
Lightweight, flexible anchoring (inner) belt and
pliable, strong, lightweight (outer) patrol belt.
Read more about our belts and modules here.
All accessory modules are made from Nytek material.
Read more about Nytek here.
Full 360° maximum contact cross-linking (MaxCon)
between anchor belt, patrol belt and accessory modules.
Read more about MaxCon here.
realize a new duty belt platform is a major commitment
especially when moving away from the accepted
practices and standards that have been in place
for decades. However, at Duckbill we are confident
with our claims of greater comfort, improved health,
increased energy and heightened job performance.
And in fact, we'd be happy to prove it to you by
involving you in a RISK-FREE evaluation project. Contact
us for more information.