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Narragansett 34" Dark brown belt - brand new

Discussion in '2011-2017 Classic Menswear' started by zerostyle, Apr 18, 2012.

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  1. zerostyle

    zerostyle Senior member

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    A 34" belt from Narragansett Leathers. This is a full grain, excellent belt that was custom made for me. It's brand new and never worn. I'm selling because I intended to get a belt for jeans, but this is definitely too thin - more of a dress belt.

    Color: Dark Brown (matches AE burnished brown quite well)
    Width: 1 1/8" (pretty standard dress belt width)
    Length: 35" from center hole to tongue in buckle, or about 33.5" from center hole to edge of buckle.
    Buckle: Brushed nickel

    (Stye #104BN on here, but in dark brown: http://www.narragansettleathers.com/belt114.html )

    As with most belts, this will generally fit you if you wear a size 32" waist in your pants.

    [COLOR=FF00AA]SOLD[/COLOR] $44 shipped to your door. (Same as I paid Narragansett, I will just eat the shipping to you). Narragansett is currently closed for the summer while he's on vacation, so this might be a great option for someone trying to pick up a high quality belt on the cheap!

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    You might be interested in this belt if you are looking at Tanner Goods , Trafalgar , or Equus.
     

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    belts are great for the price. :slayer:
     


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    violethour1951 Senior member

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    definitely a good price, I was looking at Narragansett belts as well (but they are closed right now) and they appear to be excellent. If only this were walnut instead of dark brown...
     


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    Great belt! I own the same one (but different buckle).
     


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    very good belts. i have a couple myself. would recommend, especially given the price.
     


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