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Cutting a Belt

kronik

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Where do they cut it from? I got suckered into a belt that's 4 sizes too big - it has a medallion where the adjustment holes are.. so I'd rather that they cut at the buckle. Do they just undo the stitching or.. how's that work, exactly?
 

Tomasso

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Belts are sized at the buckle end. With a four size leeway, the belt portion from the fold (where the tang hole
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