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Top quality belts

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by foto010101, Feb 20, 2008.

  1. Qualitypassion

    Qualitypassion Member

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    I already wrote it on another discussion, Adriano Meneghetti belts I think are top quality
     
  2. Bonney

    Bonney Well-Known Member

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    What about Anderson´s? I think they make good belts
     
  3. leogeo

    leogeo Member

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    Can you help identify the belt
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  4. Dandy Wonka

    Dandy Wonka Well-Known Member

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    I had a belt from Berluti that I wore almost every day for five years before it split on the top and bottom.
     
  5. OzWino

    OzWino Well-Known Member

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    So what are all the cool kids wearing now days with regards to belt width? I realise its personal preference, sometimes it seems they are WAY to skinny or wide for the style of trousers.

    What width do you wear?
     
  6. aDrummingDude

    aDrummingDude Well-Known Member

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    I have a Fossil belt which has lasted almost 15 years and just won't wear out. I remember buying it in a pinch from Walmart in St George Utah upon discovering I hadn't packed a brown belt. It, with regular use, has outlasted every other belt I have owned, including some that cost 10x what it did.

    I've learned my lesson, and only buy inexpensive belts now. If its a crap shoot anyway, I'd rather put the money toward things with known quality, and leave the designer belts for the label whores.
     
    Last edited: Dec 1, 2014

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