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Loop on pants

demo5

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Can someone tell me the purpose of the loop on the front of (generally) higher end pants, such as Intotex?

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StagRaven

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Is this the loop with which to keep your waistcoat from riding up? Just a stab in the dark, dunno.
 

retronotmetro

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It's a belt keeper that keeps the belt from moving over. The prong of your belt goes through it before you fasten the belt.
 

johnnynorman3

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It also prevents the pants from dropping under the belt buckle. A very useful thing to have on your pants, except it makes wearing braces not a good idea.
 

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