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Men Nylon Slide Belt US$6.59 / A$8.84 + US$6.99/ A$9.37 Delivery ($0 if Spend US$25/ A$33.52+) @ Beltbuy

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ADJUSTABLE - The canvas click belt has no holes or complicated ratchet belt system. It is comprised of a belt buckle and a military belt strap .The strap slides through the buckle for an infinitely adjustable fit.The strap wide is 1 3/8".

EASY TO USE - Just slide the nylon web belt into the sliding buckle and pull the dress belt through, the nice belts buckle simply auto locks the automatic belt, to release the belt, gently push the lever on the side of the removable buckle and lock will snap. Simple, nature and quality!

EASY TO DRY - The military belt makes with lightweight and wear-resisting nylon material that has a strong evaporation of sweat, more comfortable and breathable, feel more flexible, easy to dry in air.

WIDE USAGE - The functions as a classy work black belt, a golf belt, a ratchet belt replacement, a concealed carry belt, or anything outdoor sports (Hiking, Climbing Mountains, etc). The most commonly wearing is daily wearing, this Belts are good matching your slacks or jeans.

GIFT BOX - Make a big impression! Enclosed in a lovely, attractive gift box.

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Comments

  • +2

    Do you have any that aren't made of plastic?

    • +9

      Perhaps you'd benefit from some plasticity - specifically neural.

  • +1

    Ordered two belts put in the code and it came out to $12.29 USD per belt.

    • I put in the code for the black belt on small (105cm) and it worked out to be $6.59… but then shipping was about $6.99. Plus conversion to aud.

  • +1

    even after voucher code, i don't see USD 6.59 or 6.99 price in cart.. can you double check

  • Fake title - belts discounted to US$12.29 not US$6.95

  • +1

    OP, do you have any synthetic leather men's belts? Also the length seems large. Do you simply cut them?

    • Not sure if you're near a Tarocash DFO but they had a good few on sale, pu (synthetic) leather reversible, got a few. You can just cut the longer ones. No need to buy leather anymore but surprisingly hard to find many PU ones.

    • Try wozwaste.com. They have belts made out of motorcycle tyres. Some are shiny and can even be worn with a suit ;-)

    • What's the attraction of synthetic leather belts?

      • Renewable, the not killing cows for an accessory like a belt. Most sports shoes and luxury car seats aren't even leather now (maybe a small percentage of harder wearing areas in some makes still)

        • maybe a small percentage

          Mostly so they can say something like "leather appointed" to make people happy - there's a religious and nostalgic obsession with animal skins in many modern 21st century human societies.

          • +1

            @afoveht: Yeah something like that hey, still related to luxury and fashion. No excuse for fur coats and foie gras these days. All Nike runners are pretty much synthetic, other brands are 100%. The materials are getting there and pretty good now.

            • -2

              @G-rig: The absurdity of it can be seen in things like calf-skin notepad covers, full-grain leather desk sets, leather key fobs and wallets, etc. For what reason on earth do you need to wrap a notepad in leather? Why does a key fob need to be made of a dead animal's skin?

              There are no doubt still a few use-cases for leather where alternatives don't have as much utility, but much of it is due to the fact that the general disinterest in replacing leather slackens effort in development of alternatives. If farmed animals became extinct today you could be pretty sure that there'd be tonnes of great leather alternatives soon enough. Leather remaining what it is in 2021 is just a byproduct of the massive increase in animal farming and the almost religious relics of our pre-enlightenment ideas.

              • @afoveht: Yeah mate don't have to convert me, it's the mass population that still needs to change :)

              • @afoveht: Do I have to return my hamburgers so the skin can be kept on the cow or should we just ‘waste’ it by not using it?

                • @Yamai: Funny, but brave comment. A lot of judgemental rage on ozbargain.

                • -2

                  @Yamai: The hamburger itself is already a waste - of natural resources, but more importantly of the life of a sentient individual that had no interest in dying for neither your burger nor belt. So I don't really think you're in a sensible position to talk about waste at this point

                • -1

                  @Yamai: Two wrongs don't make a right.
                  Supply and demand.

                  • @G-rig: That using the skin and meat of animals is wrong is an opinion that you a free to have but not impose on others.

                    • -1

                      @heal: I'm saying it's not right to kill animals for belts and hamburgers on a public forum.

                      You're paying someone to slit the throat of a sentient being that's done nothing to you so you can satisfy your taste-buds and fashion sense.

                      Who's imposing?

                      • +1

                        @afoveht:

                        I'm saying it's not right to kill animals for belts and hamburgers on a public forum

                        On a post about a nylon belt

                        Who's imposing?

                        You. Please stop preaching

                        • @heal:

                          Please stop preaching

                          No. Stop imposing.

                          Please stop killing others for your own trivialities. Username does not check out.

                          • @afoveht:

                            Stop imposing.

                            You should buy a disctionary.

                            Please stop killing others for your own trivialities

                            You accusing me of muder now?

                            • @heal:

                              You should buy a disctionary.

                              You're hilarious. Laterz…

                              • @afoveht:

                                You're hilarious

                                Thanks for picking up on that.

                                You are a mean person. An absolute disgrace!

                    • @heal: Someone asked what's wrong with leather belts and I told them. People don't like hearing it but it's the truth.

        • +2

          I see. I've just never had good experiences with any synthetic leather belts I've owned (they don't last / crack and peel easily) so become landfill within months, whereas proper/quality leather belts have lasted me decades.

        • What's the attraction of synthetic leather belts?

          Renewable

          One cow makes more cows makes more cows makes more cows…. = renewable! This was true long before humans began farming.

          All with tasty byproducts.

          • @OzBragain: Would you kill it yourself for food or a leather belt? Most people are happy picking up their prepackaged steaks at coles, some should nip out to an aboitour and see what goes on.
            Plenty of easily obtainable alternates these days, hardly have to wear a belt or go to an office these days.

            • @G-rig:

              Would you kill it yourself for food or a leather belt?

              I certainly would, nothing like organic free range meat harvested yourself. Not a cow specifically but only really because of difficulties butchering and transporting due to size.

              Tanning leather is a lot work. I've done a couple of hides but nothing consistent enough for a quality belt.

              Most people are happy picking up their prepackaged steaks at coles, some should nip out to an aboitour and see what goes on.

              I agree that the disconnect between most of western society and their food is a growing problem. Many inner city folk will say hunting is cruel, disgusting and barbaric but will happily grab the cheapest polystyrene pack of beef from the supermarket blissfully unaware of the process the animal's gone through to get there.

              None of this has anything to do with the fact that leather is a renewable resource.

              • @OzBragain:

                None of this has anything to do with the fact that leather is a renewable resource.

                It's got everything to do with it. Ethics aside, a lot of people don't realise the land area, water volume and grains/feed required to raise cattle, not to mention the greenhouses gasses produced including transportation.
                In other words, two-thirds of crop production for domestic markets are consumed as animal feed. Total animal feed from grains per year is about 9 million tonnes, which is equivalent to about 1 kg per person per day (see BZE LUR p29,30). In the US, animals consume more than seven times as much grain as the American human population.

                Few facts here, rather than listing them all

                It's good if you still have a leather belt from 10-30y ago that is still in style and fits, they do last longer but at a cost. Anyway the thread is about Nylon belts and personally like PU bonded leather as you can get a much better fit than punched holes, can easily trim a bit off at the buckle end etc.

                • +1

                  @G-rig: Buddy I think you might be confusing renewable with sustainable. Animals can, do and will reproduce to replenish their numbers and this has been happening for millions of years. What you're referring to is more akin to a discussion on the ethics of modern farming and ultimately global population growth which, as I said previously, has nothing to do with whether a resource is renewable or not.

                  Thank you for the link but I don't spend much time at conspiracy websites.

                  It's good if you still have a leather belt from 10-30y ago

                  I would say this is much more sustainable than going through 15 - 20 synthetic belts in that time. A majority of these synthetic belts will be produced offshore with dubious environmental and humanitarian measures in place, shipped here consuming relatively large amounts of fossil fuels and ultimately end up in landfill for decades or more.

                  All of this is taking us away from the point I was making which is that leather is renewable. You're welcome to your opinions on whether it's ethical but that's all about opinions and would imagine ours differ on the subject.

                  • @OzBragain:

                    I would say this is much more sustainable than going through 15 - 20 synthetic belts in that time. A majority of these synthetic belts will be produced offshore with dubious environmental and humanitarian measures in place,

                    Pal who actually keeps the same belt forever even if it is leather. I've only bought a couple, like everything you have to be confident of the quality. My PU bonded ones have lasted a long time, it's only when they get too short from cutting a bit of the end over time and gets too short. It is a wasteful society we live in, I'll give you that.

                    shipped here consuming relatively large amounts of fossil fuels and ultimately end up in landfill for decades or more.

                    Just like when you buy anything. People have to make a conscience effort to try and reduce their carbon footprint and do their part. May mean buying locally where possible, almost everything has some kind of footprint but it's a known fact that animal agriculture is very heavy on the environment and the animals.

                    leather is renewable. You're welcome to your opinions on whether it's ethical but that's all about opinions and would imagine ours differ on the subject.

                    Well we all know that the exploitation of animals and animal agriculture isn't ethical. You're just describing the appeal to tradition fallacy - just because something has been done traditionally, doesn't mean it should be. Of course you can breed animals or people to slaughter them, it doesn't mean you should. As time goes on society and legislation will increase pressure accordingly. Fish won't be able to replenish their numbers when they're all fished for example.

                    • +1

                      @G-rig:

                      Pal who actually keeps the same belt forever even if it is leather.

                      I believe it was you who suggested keeping a leather belt for 10-30 years, I was going to dispute the figure until I realised that I've got 10+ year old leather belts that I still wear regularly. When I'm done with them, if they end up in landfill will be gone in a year…not what happens to your synthetic polyurethane belts!

                      Well we all know that the exploitation of animals and animal agriculture isn't ethical.

                      I call it farming. I'm sure there are aspects that could (and likely will) be improved but just because it doesn't align with your ethical view doesn't mean everyone must fall in line with your point of view.

                      I'm not interested in entering into an ethical argument with you over how humans make use of animals. We obviously have different opinions buddy, you're not going to change my mind I'm not out to change yours. All I did was clarify the point that leather is renewable.

                      • @OzBragain:

                        I'm not interested in entering into an ethical argument with you over how humans make use of animals. We obviously have different opinions buddy, you're not going to change my mind I'm not out to change yours. All I did was clarify the point that leather is renewable.

                        Yeah whatever then, it is an ethical debate and not a new one. All these points have been raised 100 times before and can all be debunked.
                        Rape is renewable as well, so what if you can repeat something. Will just agree to disagree, bit busy atm CHAMP.

                        • -1

                          @G-rig:

                          it is an ethical debate

                          Create a forum thread CHAMP. You and your buddies can group think all you like and we don't have to read your bigoted drivel.

                          • @heal: So did you buy a belt after all that?

                            There are plenty of threads and forums on it. People are generally selfish, or don't like change nor really care about the environment and the animals so it's usually upon deaf ears. Simply pointed out to start with that there are alternatives and it's not necessary these days. cheers

                        • +1

                          @G-rig:

                          Yeah whatever then,…can all be debunked…bit busy atm CHAMP.

                          …and this is why I choose not to enter into these arguments with people trying to pull everyone into their line of thinking at all costs. Again, just clarifying that leather (and the vast majority of animal products) are renewable resources.

                          Rape is renewable as well, so what if you can repeat something. Will just agree to disagree,

                          WTF!!!! How is rape a resource…no please don't answer that…I don't want to know how your mind made the correlation between renewable resources and rape. This is just nonsense.

                          This has degraded well beyond anything productive and on that note sunshine I will leave you to have the last word if you wish.

                          • @OzBragain:

                            Again, just clarifying that leather (and the vast majority of animal products) are renewable resources.

                            Of course animal agriculture is repeatable or 'renewable' as you call it, but it is hardly efficient nor have the best interest of the planet and the animals in mind. It's not unreasonable to discuss the alternatives to farming and killing livestock for a stupid fashion accessory.

                            This has degraded well beyond anything productive and on that note sunshine I will leave you to have the last word if you wish.

                            Agreed, not worth the time.

              • @OzBragain:

                Would you kill it yourself for food or a leather belt?

                I certainly would

                It's fascinating how people take pride in the idea that being violent enough to kill someone somehow justifies it. I'm pretty confident this is the view most psychopaths take - "I can, therefore it's ok."

                blissfully unaware of the process the animal's gone through to get there

                Yet you are blissfully aware of the real sufferings that you must euphemise as "the process the animal's gone through." And you point the finger?

                • +1

                  @afoveht:

                  It's fascinating how people take pride in the idea that being violent enough to kill someone somehow justifies it. I'm pretty confident this is the view most psychopaths take - "I can, therefore it's ok."

                  Seriously champ!?!? No one in this thread is taking pride in the violent murder of people. While your anthropomorphisms in these discussions get tiring it's comical that you see these idioms as capable of swaying opinions of the majority in your favour.

                  The vast majority of hunting in this country is neither violent nor psychopathic. If your ancestors hadn't harvested meat for food it's unlikely they would've survived and you wouldn't be here to shove your opinions down everyone's throats.

                  • -1

                    @OzBragain:

                    If your ancestors hadn't harvested meat for food it's unlikely they would've survived and you wouldn't be here to shove your opinions down everyone's throats.

                    If our ancestors didn't wage wars, have slaves, conquer other people, etc. then we wouldn't be where we are now. No pyramids, no radar, certainly wouldn't be living in Australia. I'm not sure how that justifies doing those things further - care to explain?

                    What other stone Age fetishes do you hold to?

                    • @afoveht:

                      I'm not sure how that justifies doing those things further - care to explain?

                      I didn't think it was that difficult an idea but how about I pull the crayons out and draw you a picture. Humans are predators, we've got eyes on the front of our head to hunt prey and teeth designed to eat meat. Early man would not have survived, thrived and developed if not for the consumption of other animals. The mung bean eating cavemen withered away and died before reproducing.

                      I have no problem with you choosing to remove meat from your diet. Just don't think I'm going to welcome you with open arms when you try and push your life choices on me.

                      Happy to meet up on Saturday night and tell you all about my other fetishes…giggity!

                      • @OzBragain:

                        Early man would not have survived, thrived and developed if not for the consumption of other animals.

                        Yeah I've read the same textbooks. You still haven't explained why this means we need to do that now.

                        Early man did not have mobile phones. Why do you have one now?

                        • +1

                          @afoveht:

                          Yeah I've read the same textbooks. You still haven't explained why this means we need to do that now.

                          If you haven't understood the textbooks then I'm not sure how some random bloke on the interwebs is going to get through to you. Humans are predators, we're supposed to eat meat. There is no more to explain

                          You've gone from accusing me of murder to asking why I have a mobile phone all of which is irrelevant to me clarifying the fact that leather (and the vast majority of animal products) are renewable resources. Just one of the perks of being top of the food chain (where we wouldn't be if our ancestors hadn't eaten meat).

                          • +1

                            @OzBragain: We are not obligate predators, we are opportunistic heterotrophs. That is why we have proliferated over the entire globe in all sorts of settings with all sorts of food sources. We are not "supposed to eat meat" but we can, and it has its benefits and detriments. In times past or in certain parts of the world now where there is limited food accessibility it may be beneficial or even essential to consume animal products. In Australia 2021 there is no essential need for any food derived from animals, and there are in fact possible advantages in abstaining from. Not that I care about your health - that's your business - but your false information is damaging.

                            Also, I have said animals do not want to be killed and we have no essential need to do so - two independently verifiable claims. I never accused anyone of murder - that's your own sh1t - maybe you should think about it.

                            Harvard Medical School
                            http://www.health.harvard.edu/staying-healthy/becoming-a-veg...

                            Traditionally, research into vegetarianism (see context) focused mainly on potential nutritional deficiencies, but in recent years, the pendulum has swung the other way, and studies are confirming the health benefits of meat-free eating. Nowadays, plant-based eating is recognized as not only nutritionally sufficient but also as a way to reduce the risk for many chronic illnesses.
                            

                            British Dietetic Association
                            https://www.bda.uk.com/foodfacts/vegetarianfoodfacts.pdf

                            Well planned vegetarian diets (see context) can be nutritious and healthy. They are associated with lower risks of heart disease, high blood pressure, Type 2 diabetes, obesity, certain cancers and lower cholesterol levels. This could be because such diets are lower in saturated fat, contain fewer calories and more fiber and phytonutrients/phytochemicals (these can have protective properties) than non-vegetarian diets. (...) Well-planned vegetarian diets are appropriate for *all stages of life** and have many benefits.*
                            

                            Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics
                            https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/27886704/

                            It is the position of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics that appropriately planned vegetarian, including vegan, diets are healthful, nutritionally adequate, and may provide health benefits for the prevention and treatment of certain diseases. These diets are appropriate for all stages of the life cycle, including pregnancy, lactation, infancy, childhood, adolescence, older adulthood, and for athletes.
                            

                            Dietitians of Canada
                            https://www.dietitians.ca/Downloads/Factsheets/Guidlines-for...

                            A healthy vegan diet can meet all your nutrient needs at any stage of life including when you are pregnant, breastfeeding or for older adults.
                            

                            The British National Health Service
                            http://www.nhs.uk/Livewell/Vegetarianhealth/Pages/Vegandiets...

                            With good planning and an understanding of what makes up a healthy, balanced vegan diet, you can get all the nutrients your body needs.
                            

                            The British Nutrition Foundation
                            https://www.nutrition.org.uk/healthyliving/helpingyoueatwell...

                            Well planned vegetarian and vegan diets can be nutritious and healthy ... Studies of UK vegetarian and vegan children have revealed that their growth and development are within the normal range.
                            

                            The Dietitians Association of Australia
                            https://daa.asn.au/smart-eating-for-you/smart-eating-fast-fa...

                            Vegan diets are a type of vegetarian diet, where only plant-based foods are eaten. With good planning, those following a vegan diet can cover all their nutrient bases, but there are some extra things to consider.
                            

                            The United States Department of Agriculture
                            http://www.choosemyplate.gov/tips-vegetarians

                            Vegetarian diets (see context) can meet all the recommendations for nutrients. The key is to consume a variety of foods and the right amount of foods to meet your calorie needs. Follow the food group recommendations for your age, sex, and activity level to get the right amount of food and the variety of foods needed for nutrient adequacy. Nutrients that vegetarians may need to focus on include protein, iron, calcium, zinc, and vitamin B12.
                            

                            The National Health and Medical Research Council
                            https://www.nhmrc.gov.au/_files_nhmrc/file/publications/n55_...

                            Appropriately planned vegetarian diets, including total vegetarian or vegan diets, are healthy and nutritionally adequate. Well-planned vegetarian diets are appropriate for individuals during all stages of the lifecycle. Those following a strict vegetarian or vegan diet can meet nutrient requirements as long as energy needs are met and an appropriate variety of plant foods are eaten throughout the day
                            

                            The Mayo Clinic
                            http://www.mayoclinic.org/healthy-living/nutrition-and-healt...

                            A well-planned vegetarian diet (see context) can meet the needs of people of all ages, including children, teenagers, and pregnant or breast-feeding women. The key is to be aware of your nutritional needs so that you plan a diet that meets them.
                            

                            The Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada
                            https://www.heartandstroke.ca/get-healthy/healthy-eating/spe...

                            Vegetarian diets (see context) can provide all the nutrients you need at *any age,** as well as some additional health benefits.*
                            
                            • +1

                              @afoveht:

                              but your false information is damaging.

                              I disagree.

                              Also, I have said animals do not want to be killed

                              What a redundant statement. I can't think of any living beings that want to be killed (religious fanatics being the exception)…one of the disadvantages of being lower on the food chain. Predators eat prey!

                              I never accused anyone of murder - that's your own sh1t - maybe you should think about it.

                              It's fascinating how people take pride in the idea that being violent enough to kill someone…

                              1. pronoun
                              You use someone or somebody to refer to a person without saying exactly who you mean.

                              Killing a person in the context you've used it is commonly referred to as murder.

                              • @OzBragain:

                                one of the disadvantages of being lower on the food chain. Predators eat prey!

                                https://freefromharm.org/common-justifications-for-eating-an...

                                • +1

                                  @G-rig: Thanks for the link that no one clicks on

                                • +1

                                  @G-rig: https://www.ethicalomnivore.org/dangers-of-vegan-movement/

                                  We could keep linking to one eyed websites lacking in facts opposing each other's point of view all day without achieving anything.

                                  Why can't you accept that I'm not interested in arguing the pros and cons of the vegan cult with you. You think I'm wrong and you won't convince me to join the cult. I think you're wrong and I'm not trying to convince you otherwise.

                                  Please stop being a pest. This is why people don't like vegans.

                                  • @OzBragain: ok lol
                                    Would also be easier if people just just say they like the taste of beef (for example) and stop trying to justify it as well.

                                    • +1

                                      @G-rig: Baaaaaaaaaahahaha!!!! Wouldn't it be lovely if I could just say I love the taste, texture, aroma of beef, veal, venison, lamb, mutton, chicken, quail, eggs, pork, lard, bacon, boar, suckling pig etc without extremist cult members trying to shove their opinions down my throat!

                                      • @OzBragain: Do what you want. It's not a cult but typical kind of crap I'd expect.

                                        • @G-rig: That's what everyone in a cult says.

                                          • @heal: oh right

                                            • @G-rig: Sorry that you had to hear it from some stranger on OzB champ.

                              • @OzBragain: Nice to see you've disregarded all the references I provided.

                                If you've drawn the equation that what you're doing is murder - and I won't disagree, but it's your word, not my accusation - then that's something you should probably think about a bit more. Your mate heal drew that same equation above too. Hmmm…

                                Also, I see you have a fetish for being a predator. Apart from some species of marine animals I doubt even a single percent of the animal products sold in Australia today are the outcome of biological predation - they are the outcome of herding / agriculture. You keep wanting to be a stone age man but sorry you just can't.

                                • +1

                                  @afoveht:

                                  Nice to see you've disregarded all the references I provided

                                  Thought you'd like that one…you're welcome.

                                  If you've drawn the equation that what you're doing is murder - and I won't disagree, but it's your word, not my accusation

                                  What a load of rubbish…I'm not going waste any more of my time with that one.

                                  Also, I see you have a fetish for being a predator

                                  A fetish for being a predator!?!? Why do you keep making us such nonsensical rubbish! Humans have been evolving for millions of years and for a vast majority of that time a vast majority of the sensible humans have been eating meat.

                                  I doubt even a single percent of the animal products sold in Australia today are the outcome of biological predation - they are the outcome of herding / agriculture.

                                  Yup, that's the only way to feed the billions of people that have overpopulated the earth.

                                  As I said to your other cult member I'm not trying to convert you to a balanced diet but please don't waste your time trying to convince me join the cult.

                                  I'm going to sign off now vofa. It's dinner time and I've got to go and cook my family some juicy steaks.

  • +1

    What’s the buckle made out of?