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Build Your Own Belt


Full grain leather strap in Apricot
Full grain leather belt in black
Full grain leather belt in Coffee
Full grain leather belt in Espresso
Full grain leather strap in black crocodile
full grain leather strap in faux brown crocodile
full grain leather strap in Mahogany
Mocha leather belt strap
Tan colored belt strap
Walnut Belt Strap
Stylish Oxford buckle in gunmetal finish
Essex Buckle - Stylish silver frame with onyx inlay and silver accent
Stylish Somerset buckle in a polished gold finish Somerset
Yorkshire buckle in shiny silver finish
Stylish matte black Sussex buckle
Stylish wiltshire buckle in brushed gunmetal
Norfolk Buckle with Shiny silver frame with brushed black finish inset with embellishment on front tip
Bristol Buckle - Gunmetal finish with arrow embellishment and cutouts at top and bottom
Hampshire Buckle - Polished black frame with brushed black middle and raised square pattern embellishment

Product Description

  • To Build your own belt choose from 10 holeless straps and then pick one of 16 ratchet buckle to visualize your new belt.
  • There are 160 combinations – find the one that’s right for you!
  • Our belt is a high-quality belt that features notches instead of holes.
  • Each holeless belt has over 30 sizing options, always providing you with a perfect fit.
  • Stylish ratchet buckles are made using a zinc alloy. and strap fronts are made from full grain leather.
  • The full grain leather strap is the most durable and strongest of leathers.
  • All of our ratchet buckles and holeless straps are interchangeable.
  • Full 30-Day Money-Back Guarantee & 2-Year Warranty.

Using the Products


All of our straps come in an extra-long length of 55 inches. They will provide a comfortable fit for anyone wearing up to a 50-inch pant size. Our straps may be trimmed to any smaller size.

  1. Open the latch on the reverse side of the buckle.
  2. Insert the unfinished end of the strap into the buckle and close the latch.
  3. Put the belt through your belt loops around your waist.
  4. Now measure how much of the strap needs to be cut to provide you with a proper fit.
  5. Open the latch and remove the strap.
  6. Using a pair of regular scissors and cutting from the unfinished end of the strap, remove the excess portion of the strap. We recommend you cut a little less than the measured portion to avoid cutting too much. You can always make a second cut if necessary.
  7. Insert the strap back into the buckle and try the belt again for sizing.

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