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Your Next Purchase: A Better Belt


August 4, 2016 Style By
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Belts aren’t rocket science. Follow one simple formula, and you’ll land a proper pants-holder. Step 1: Invest in high-quality leather. Step 2: Experiment with texture in the leather. The range available in casual belts — suede, bridle, vegetable tanned, alligator and bison — can fit different aesthetics, so don’t shy from variety. Once you find a design that resonates with your typical style, go forth and rock that better belt.

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Black Suede Belt by AMI $135

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Slim Braided Leather Belt by Caputo & Co. $125

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Benjamin Vegetable Tanned Leather Belt by Norse Projects $135

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1.5-Inch S-Belt by KikaNY $135

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Texan Belt by A.P.C. $175

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Horse Hair Arrow Belt by Will Leather Goods $185

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Classic Alligator Belt by Crescent Belt Manufacturers $450

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Bison Dress Belt by Parabellum $610

Want the Look for Less?

Options for the Budget-Conscious Buyer

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Bridle Leather Belt by Filson $58

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Slim Leather Belt by Anderson’s $89

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Slim Oval Belt by Maximum Henry $90