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HOW TO PROPERLY MEASURE A BELT

How to Choose a Belt Size based on Pant Size

An easy way to determine belt size is to simply “add 2″ to your off-the-rack trouser size. For example, if you wear a 36″ waist trouser, then a 38 belt size will be a safe bet. Most will find this simple formula works best for pants worn at a traditional height–close to the natural waistline. For a belt to wear with low rise trousers or jeans, consider adding 3 or 4 to your pant size.

Pant Size to Belt Size

– If your pants size = 32, choose belt size = 34

– If your pants size = 34, choose belt size = 36

– If your pants size = 36, choose belt size = 38

– If your pants size = 38, choose belt size = 40

Note: Belt Sizes shown in US/UK standard size.

Belt Strap: Using an existing belt, correct measurement begins from the place where the buckle connects to the belt and then to the middle hole. We put 7 holes in belt and the center hole is the length you are ordering.

FOR GUYS: A good rule of thumb is your pant size plus 2″. Example: Size 36 pants order a 38″ belt.

FOR LADIES: Please see conversion chart below. Your pants size is NOT the same as belt size to order. It is different for men and women

Please DO NOT measure the length from end to end. You will not get the correct size that way.

Please measure carefully, we have a no refund or exchange policy because of wrong size ordered.