A simple, durable and easily & freely adjustable trouser belt with a metal buckle. The material is leather and the colour black. The buckles are sometimes brass, sometimes steel.
It's black, it's leather, it's German. Ooomph! That's a good start for anything you care to mention. Many leather belts have a prong or stud type clasp, but not this one! The end piece of the belt mates with the back of the buckle in a very neat fashion without holes in your belt, and it can be adjusted to any precise length, not incrementally in steps.
This 32 mm (1 1/4") wide leather belt will fit most trousers, especially ones with a bit smaller belt loops.
The sizes are the maximum lengths of the belts, but unlike prong type belts, these don't require overlap. Still, best not to pick too short, so measure your waist and add a few centimetres. If you find the belt too long, the excess tucks normally behind the belt out of sight, but it's also easy to shorten.
These are in used but perfectly serviceable condition. The black coating might sometimes be a bit worn but functionally these are good to go.
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Tero K. 15.09.2016 (Edited 20.09.2016)
Peggy S. 22.10.2016 (Edited 28.11.2016)
Harri K. 13.11.2016 (Edited 18.11.2016)
- käy arkeen ja juhlaan, suosittelen!
Eetu L. 01.12.2016 (Edited 20.12.2016)
Marko N. 30.01.2017
Bjornar M. 16.03.2017
Ville N. 17.05.2017 (Edited 23.05.2019)
cedric v. 13.08.2017
Jack T. 16.08.2017
Tyler M. 22.09.2017
Mine is heavily broken in and amazingly comfortable. The clasp method is sturdy and can be easily removed for your stripper routine. Note: I had to hammer the toothed swivel inside the buckle down to get it to stay, but any finish damage on the back can't be seen from the front.
Arttu K. 22.09.2017
Joshua M. 11.10.2017
Joshua M. 11.10.2017
Pol D. 24.11.2017
MIGUELANGEL M. 22.01.2018
Alex S. 27.01.2018
Juho S. 21.08.2018
Michael F. 19.01.2019 (Edited 19.01.2019)
Alexander K. 07.06.2019
It came with a steel buckle in almost unused condition. The leather is as good as it can be, the buckle has a few small marks on the top, perhaps from a button? Really good value for the money.
Military equipment is traditionally excellent stuff; it combines durability with very affordable prices. Army surplus finds its way to the civilian market in the following way: the armed forces of one country or other decides to get rid of big batches of perfectly serviceable gear due to cuts in military budgets, said gear becoming obsolete or redundant or some other similar reason. Some of this stuff then finds its way to our storehouse, sometimes directly, sometimes through a third party. Every once in a while we even get random batches of collectibles and rarities from obscure corners of the world.