And speaking of The Avengers, if you want a belt like what Agent Nick Fury wore in the movie (as seen on the right), speaking from experience, Endeavor Stitchworks makes ones that are pretty darned close. I have been wearing mine for over a year now, and have been quite satisfied indeed.
For those curious, the buckle on the belts is (or is meant to look like, in the movie’s case) a AustriAlpin Cobra Quick Release, which is basically a load-bearing (up to 21kN/4800lbs for some models), bad-ass, tough-as-nails version of the ubiquitous side release buckles you find on everything from backpacks to paracord bracelets. Seems appropriate for the character.
Interestingly, while I could not find any pictures of it online, it would appear as though Fury also uses Cobra buckles on the leg straps for his drop-leg holster rig. Might as well be consistent, I suppose.
One belt certainly will not make you as much of a bad-ass as Agent Fury is, but it does make a pretty good place to hang your holster.
(And, yes, I notice these kinds of things in movies. Sue me.)
(Obligatory "Screw You" to the FTC: Yes, Endeavor Stitchworks did provide me one of their 1.5" Cobra Gun Belts for review purposes a year ago; I wrote that review, and that was the end of our business relationship. This post is written solely because I like the product, and there was a convenient congruence with a recent movie.)