Would anyone have any advice on how to add some sort of "sticky" fabric or simply foam to the inside of my six moon designs swift hip belt.
The belt is made from two inch straps of webbing and sewn into sort of a v configuration with the straps being seperated by about 3 inches at the pack frame and coming together at the buckle.
Ron has a great pocket sewn on top of that web belt layout.
My problem, is I am not skinny, and if I try and get the belt up high enough for it to cup my hip bone, the belt (the front part with the buckle) wants to slide down over my gut and go to my waist, and that lets all the weight of the pack bear on my shoulders.
As I cannot sew, whats an option to add some sort of fabric or foam to the inside of the belt so that I get some friction on the sides that may prevent it from sliding down.
Is there glue that will do this? What fabric or foam would you use, and where do you get it? Does anyone know of a shop or person who would sew it for me (if it cant be glued?)