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Full Grain Buffalo Leather 2-Hole Jeans Belt - Black


Product Description

  •  FULL Grain Buffalo Leather 2-Hole Jeans Belt - Black
  • FULL Grain Buffalo Leather Belt Strap 
  • Solid One Piece Textured Buffalo Leather Belt Strap
  • Width is 1 1/2" or 38mm
  • Matching Leather Belt Loop
  • Silver Finish Heavy Duty Roller Buckle
  • Two Parallel Rows of Round Holes Run Length of the Strap


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30 Days

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  1. Great Belt

    Posted by Daniel on 12th Sep 2017

    The size was perfect and the belt is thick. Not too thick where it can't go through the loops but nice and durable. I have tools hanging off it and the belt holds up. i'm gunna get another one in brown. Also I would order one size up. I mean you have enough holes to use.

  2. Quality

    Posted by Tony T on 30th Jan 2017

    Very nice belt. Love the leather is the real deal and not some cheap pretend leather like they sell in the department stores. This should last me a long time. It's also very soft and comfy.

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There are two methods to determine belt size.

Method 1

The most widely used method is to buy a belt that is 1-2" larger than your pants size, or as some say: ONE SIZE UP. Example, if you wear a size 36 pants, you would order a size 38 belt. We do not make odd sizes (33, 35, 37, etc.) so you would have to go with a belt that is 2" larger. If you wear an odd size pants, say a size 37, and sticking with the 1-2" rule, you too should order a size 38. Again, we do not make odd sizes, and a size 40 would be 3" larger, or too big.

Method 2

Measure a belt you currently wear. Measure from where the buckle attaches to the belt (leather wraps around the buckle) to the hole you are currently using. If this measurement is 42 inches, order a size 42 belt. Our belts are sized to the center hole. If you order a 42, it will be 42" to the third or center hole. Fitting a belt to the center hole is important as it gives you the most flexibility with your belt.

IMPORTANT: Do not measure the belt from end to end. You will not get the accurate size that way.