Made of high grade 316 grade stainless steel. This tool is intended for use on a wading belt in a multitude of ways. This highly effective tool will allow you to free up your hands by putting the rod butt into it when an extra hand is needed or when you do not want to put your rod down in the sand or on the rocks. It will also allow attachment of a hand surf gaff, Boga Grip, or a stringer rope. This belt loop will fit a 2 inch wading belt. Color: Black
Another fine product from Aquaskinz. I added this to the front part of my wading belt and it comes in very handy. I used the suggestion of others and used it for temporarily holding my rod while landing a fish or giving me that "extra hand" so I didn't have to set my rod & reel down, was nice. Also will use it to clip whatever is needed to it while fishing. Versatile. Snug fitting though, may have to remove Fastex belt buckle first to slide it on a 2" web belt, but not a big deal.
The last thing you want is a complicated piece of equipment while you're out fishing. These little babies are perfect, unobtrusive and tough as nails. You can attach your prized pliers/knife/boga etc. with confidence. Aquaskinz does it again!
By BucDiver07 From Long Island, NY
Pros: Cheap Boga Keeper, Nice "fighting belt" attachment Cons: a bit hard to get onto the elite belt, but I got it eventually Recommended: Yes
One I use to hold my 60lb Boga (cheaper than the actual scale sheath. Got a lanyard to clip on the D ring and end of the Boga in case I goof) and one I keep one at the front of my belt for stabilizing my rod. It acts as a nice rod holder if you have a small butt cap on your rods.
By md2020 From metrowest MA
Pros: Great way to keep rod from being dropped in the surf! Cons: none - you will want more than one. Recommended: Yes
Aquaskinz Belt 'D' ring
Great product and it is a MUST have on every wading belt. I own a bunch of them and gave away to some friends. You slide the rod into the ring and you can free up both of your hands. I don't worry about dropping my rod when I am in the surf. In some cases if you don't have a waterproof reel, this will save you the trouble of having to tear apart your reel to clean the sand/saltwater out of it!Also doubles as a place to clip my Boga Grip on to. :D
By PAPA 47 From LITTLE COMPTON, RI
Pros: VERY HANDY Cons: NONE Recommended: Yes
I ALWAYS HUNG MY BOGGA ON IT, NOW I'VE TRIED IT AS A ROD HOLDER AND IT IS VERY GOOD FOR ME. NO MORE SLIPPING DOWN AND INTO THE WATER. GREAT IDEA.TIME TO PICK UP ANOTHER.
By Brian From RI
Pros: Does the job, decent price, strong Cons: Rusts Recommended: Yes
Pretty useful...clip your boga to it or the butt of the rod
By nitsuj From Wareham, MA
its a d-ring...hard to mess up but is a well made ring
By boca holder From jersey shore
Pros: strong "d" ring on sturdy web material Cons: none Recommended: Yes
Aquaskinz Belt "D" ring
basic "d"ring made of sturdy steel attached to strong web material.
By quantic From ri
Great for Holding Boga Grip
Solid d ring that can hold anything you want it to use it for. I use a 60lb boga in the surf, and it won't fully fit in the aquaskinz pouch for Bogas, this holds it with no issues.
By PAPA G From LITTLE COMPTON
Pros: GREAT FOR A LOT OF USES Cons: NONE Recommended: Yes
I DIDN'T THINK OF PUTING MY ROD BUTT IN ONE I'LL HAVE TO TRY IT. MY USE FOR THIS IS MY BOGA AND I USE THE SMALLER STAINLESS RING FOR MY SPRING TETHER TO THE BOGA. THE BOGA DOESN'T FALL OFF AND IS ALWAYS HANDY.
By Matt From Warwick
Pros: Cheap Cons: Rusts after one use. Recommended: Yes
It's a d-ring.
What else is there to say, it's a d-ring. It does what it's supposed to do!