Ratchet buckle on this belt allows you to adjust the length of the belt where you need it rather than with pre-set holes. Easy to use. A nice looking buckle.
The latching mechanism can be difficult to get used to.
One belt in 2 colors. Easy to reverse. Adjustable size. A thick belt made from a good quality leather. Switches from one side to the other fairly easily. Nice plain look.
The biggest issue on this belt is durability. It doesn't seem to hold up as well as some others available.
Good quality workmanship on the belt. A good value for the price. Doesn't stretch with wear. Holds up to daily wear and tear.
This belt won't fit with your normal size. It runs about 2 sizes small.
Has double stitching for added strength. A decent look on a casual belt. Comes in brown or black finish. Good value. Looks good on casual clothing. Pliable and comfortable. A little narrower than some casual belts at about 1.25" rather than 1.5" in width.
The leather on this belt is slightly thinner than some others available.
Roller on the belt buckle looks good and adds strength to the buckle. Comes in black. brown, navy, and tan. Very wide belt is good for casual use. An affordable belt for the quality of the materials.
The belt is made from 2 pieces of leather, but is not stitched on the sides. It has a tendency over time to separate.
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A good leather belt does more than just help hold your pants up. It is also an important accent piece that helps finish your look. When shopping for a good men's leather belt there are several factors to consider. The quality of the leather will vary from product to product. Genuine leather is the lowest grade and not likely to last as long as other leathers. For durability, you may want to consider a top grain leather, which is the highest grade available. Check the width of your belt. A dress belt will be thinner, about 1" tall, than a casual belt which may be 1.5" tall. Those taller belts are good for blue jeans but will likely not fit through the belt loops on your dress pants. Belts often run small. The wisest choice is to order 1 to 2 sizes larger than your normal waist size.
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