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Any comments on this belt? Link Having a hard time find a casual belt for jeans, can't seem to find something that really stands out for me...
 

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Looks kind of interesting, probably a removable buckle (I would ask), but I don't think I'd do it with jeans. Shiny black leather shoes and belts shouldn't be done with any but the darkest jeans, IMO.
 

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Maybe LA Guy can give you some suggestions. I can't remember the name of that company with the Maltese Cross belts.. Balthazar or something? Those are really cool.
 

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You might want to ask DiscoStu how wide it is... it looks a bit narrow for jeans to me - but hard to tell from the pic.

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Hey, speaking of jean belts, and since you are on right now LA Guy, you might know this: I have a cool tooled belt I got at a thrift shop, with a removable buckle, but no leather keeper. I could snap a keeper between the one and the two snaps. Is there somewhere I could get one made or something, or should I just get another thrift shop belt and steal the keeper from it. Pretty minimal concern, as I'll probably do the latter, but you never know.
 

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Drinkwaters carries some "Engineered Garments" belts based off of old military quick release belts - great buckle, and top-notch English bridle leather ( I have one reserved.)
If you are interested, I'll give him a call and maybe take pictures for you.
A pic, price would be good to see, know
Took a quick look at Baltazar, not something that I'd be able to pull off. I need something that doesn't attract too much attention LOL Thanks.
 

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Any comments on this belt? Link Having a hard time find a casual belt for jeans, can't seem to find something that really stands out for me...
Try this site for nice belts, this company makes the AE belts. Crookhorn
 

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LA Guy, the drinkwater belts, can you give a quick description and maybe a price? I am *way, way, way* behind in the belt-owning business. Those baltazar belts are unassailably cool.

A price on baltazar belts would be nice too, I'm assuming in the $350 range?
 

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Try this site for nice belts, this company makes the AE belts.
Sorry, imo, not really great belts for jeans. Â Try a Ranger style belt, maybe. Â IMO, a jean belt should be fairly simple and fairly wide - at least 1.5", or with lots of hardware. Â Distressed or matte - no shiny leather.
I don't know, some of those are pretty nice, if you are older or going for a more western style. Not my style either, but they would look good on the right guy.
 

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