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Men Leather Belt US$6.74/ A$9.35 (Was US$17.99 / A$24.69) + US$5.99 / A$8.22 Post ($0 if US$25 / A$34.93+ Spend) @ Beltbuy

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MATERIAL: Geniune cowhide leather belt

TRIM TO FIT - You can trim the strap length by yourself to fit your size if the belt strap is too long for you.

NO MORE HOLES - Easy removable buckle allows you to cut the belt to your ideal size to give a primmer and custom tailored appearance! The belt size is 110-130cm long, the length can be adjustable, and comes with a detachable buckle for any waist!

EASY USE - Just slide the belt into the buckle and pull the belt through, the buckle simply auto locks the belt, to release the belt, gently push the lever on the side of the buckle and lock will snap. Simple, smooth and sleek!

MAXIMUM DURABILITY - Leather strap is 3.5 cm width presenting the perfect look of a fine, genuine leather quality belt, complemented with an HIGHLY FASHIONABLE stylish, buckle that is elegantly designed with class. Scratch resistant buckles made to last.

PERFECT GIFT BOX: Fashion men leather belts are packaged during a luxurious gift box for birthday or anniversary gifts to husbands, boyfriends, fathers and male colleagues. Perfect match with everyday clothing!

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  • Anyone else find they have to trim a bit off these belts every couple of weeks because the buckle tears the leather so it doesn't grip anymore?

    • +1

      I have one of these ratchet belts, and no issue with slippage even after 6 months use.

      Maybe you are putting them under too much strain?

      Didn't bother to trim, just had more belt to slip through the eyes.

    • As in the fixed end…yes.

    • Yes, it's a bit of a nuisance.

      • Check inside the end. Sometime a small strip gets stuck in there and then the belt no longer reaches all the way to the end. Also thought about a small dob of silicone to keep the clasp closed.

        • Good point, I'll usually keep attempting to make the claws work until a 1cm chunk of the belt is ripped off, then I will cut it.

          Usually I find these belts are cracked and ruined by the time the length becomes an issue, I really should just buy better quality…

  • +6

    I don’t even need a belt these days anymore. COVID iso helped me to bulk up my waist line, hence saving my money on belts.

    • I just tie an onion to my belt

      • +1

        Isn't that more of a style choice?

        • My mistake, I used to tie an onion to my belt, which was the fashion at the time

  • You can get these on Aliexpress for like $9?

  • Thanks OP ordered one

  • Genuine leather is the worst grade of leather, right?

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