5 years LEO experience on patrol. Prior to this belt, I was using a Bianchi Accumold 2.25" belt with various inner belts and keepers for retention. The general setup for my belt from front left going around to front right is as follows: SafeLine 3 pistol mag carrier, P26 taser with Blackhawk Holster, I believe it is a FastMag 5.56 magazine holster, glove pouch (mid back), Asp cuff holster, OC pouch, Safariland UBL, Asp cuff holster, key ring. My normal configuration was a Blue Alpha belt for under belt with 5 keepers.
With that out of the way, onto the product. Been wearing it on duty for a week so this is really initial impressions of the battle belt and inner belt. Fit and finish for me were good. No loose stitching or frays. The inner belt is solid and about what you would expect given its design. The belts are without a doubt designed to work in conjunction, as the battle belt itself is not very rigid itself and the inner belt helps support that, as it is a bit more firm and stiff. Gear for the most part affixed to the belt with no issues. The MOLLE+ or whatever they're calling it works well in supporting your gear. The belts overall are comfortable. The functionality over the Accumold is also much appreciated. The removal of equipment (MOLLE at least, as some of the pouches and the UBL still have to be slide off) is easier due to the nature of the belt being thinner. The adjustment of the belt is far superior and easier as well.
As far as fitment for the MOLLE+, it is a little tight but I was able to secure my magazine carriers and Asp cuff holders through them effectively. The FastMag pouch is a little loose and I am going to try a pouch from Haley Strategic but overall, the pouch retains its functionality. I also got a new UBL. The 2.25" works but had a noticeable amount of play. The 2" UBL works as expected. I also replaced the SERPA lock on the taser holster with a Tek Lok clasp to take the play out of the taser holster, as the SERPA lock did not come with any of the spacers to adjust for smaller belts. I have a Blue Alpha belt lanyard en route to replace the key ring, though it is also still functional. I just wanted to try something different.
I still utilize two keepers (1 behind the holster and 1 in front). The inner belt secures and retains the belt fine but extra retention, especially around the holster, never hurts.
Only question that remains is running a traditional load on the belt which would be adding a radio and flashlight. My flashlight would be a non-issue but the radio adds some heft.
Last thing I have is regarding sizing. I attempted to do the precise measurement and ordered accordingly. The belt I received is on the cusp of being too big. I have both belts cinched down and while it works, it is not as snug as I would prefer and that is even considering I have a few layers tucked in. The under belt can in fact max out and the outer belt buckle maxes out as well (obviously). So periodically, I might hike my belt back up just over my hips. I liked the belt enough, though, that I ordered another a size down. The website has a note stating that if not sure, order a size down from your pant size and I think that is pretty accurate. I am still wearing my first one for duty and it works fine, I'd just prefer more range on the adjustment, as that was a big selling point for me (the method of adjustment and the range). Overall, with the LE discount, I'd say this is a premium product at a great value. I think without the MIL/LEO discount, this product still offers tremendous value that is competitive with similar products.