- Jan 15, 2005
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Does anyone recommend Alden belts? What do you think of cordovan belts versus calfskin?
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Originally Posted by imageWIS,Jan. 25 2005,14:24Quote:
okay. so my question is, if reversibles are just as good, why doesn't everyone buy them? 2 belts for the price of one. or at the very least you take up less closet space.I've a Brioni reversible in brown and black, and a Mark Cross in black lizardskin and brown smooth leather.
re: indy companies. Interesting. Do write if you have time.For more fashon belts:
Hollywood Trading Company (a little ubiquitous)
There are lots of indie companies in LA I'll write about tomorrow, time permitting.
And that, my friends, is the truth. A belt is not the most expensive thing to buy, nor the bulkiest to carry on trips. I'd rather have 2 good belts than one mediocre one