NO HOLES No worries of stretched-out, ugly, embarrassing holes ever again.
PERFECT FIT Mission Belts adjust every 1/4″ unlike traditional belts that only have holes every 1”.
NO CRACKS Because the belt has no holes, it is less likely to crack under stress. And if you wear a Mission Belt you won’t show your crack. Say goodbye to accidental moons.
ALWAYS FITS Even when you lose or gain a few pounds Mission Belts adjust with you for the most comfortable fit. So after that big holiday meal just loosen your belt a few clicks for quick and easy comfort. No more broadcasting your fluctuations. You’re a man and you fluctuate!
EASY ON EASY OFF The quality made release lever on a Mission Belt is intuitive and smooth, you’ll love the convenience for everyday use. Plus in those times like going through airport security or when you just need to make like a race horse, you’ll love our belts.
INTERCHANGEABLE Mix and Match buckles and leathers to make your own unique combinations.
YEAH…IT’S LEATHER Just like it says right on our belts, it’s made of leather.
Customized logo can be added on with extra cost.
January 8, 2017
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February 13, 2017
The belt and buckle come in a nice box containing the belt circling the raised center area holding buckle. Simple instructions for cutting the belt to fit and attaching the buckle are included. The belt leather is 31mm wide and 4.2mm thick and looks durable. It’s stiffer than my old belt, but that will likely change with wear. The back of the belt has length measurements in half inches that make sizing easy. These markings fade very quickly as you wear the belt, so don’t wait too long if it needs to be shortened. I just wrapped the belt around me and estimated the amount extra needed for the buckle and noted what the measurement was. Cutting the belt with a heavy pair of scissors is easy enough given you only do it once or twice. The buckle attached easily to the belt by means of a clamp. I was about an inch too generous and had to re-cut the belt. It was easy to gently detach the buckle by lifting the clamp with a flat head screwdriver. The clamp left a deep set of imprints from the clamp’s teeth on the back of the belt, but that’s to be expected.
Wearing this piece is a bit odd at first as the buckle is heavier than I’m used to. Putting it on is simple, just slide the belt end through the buckle until the notches on the back engage with a clicking noise, then tighten as needed. The buckle weight is most noticeable if the belt is worn a little too loose. Which leads to the nicest thing I’ve found, the “just right” degree of tightness you can achieve. It’s amazing how comfortable this belt can be with the 1/4″ steps. Taking the belt off is easy, just lift and hold the release lever and remove the belt from the buckle.
I’ve worn the belt every day for a week and haven’t noted any wear on the leather or buckle, but I’m not hiking or cutting wood in it either. I’ve worn the belt with dress and knitted shirts and haven’t seen the buckle catch or snag with the shirt tucked or out. The real test is whether the belt will hold up over the long haul, but things are looking good. I have no trouble recommending this belt.
July 4, 2017