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Tanner Goods belt

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Naturally Baked, Apr 27, 2010.

  1. Naturally Baked

    Naturally Baked Senior member

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    I am about to purchase a tanner goods belt. I have a 33/34 waist...should I get the 36 inch belt?
     


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    Tooch4321 Senior member

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    Nope...I'd get a 34 if I were you
     


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    scb Senior member

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    I am about to purchase a tanner goods belt. I have a 33/34 waist...should I get the 36 inch belt?

    34
     




  4. Naturally Baked

    Naturally Baked Senior member

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    34.

    My waist is 30, but when I ordered a 32 for them I had to make an exchange for a 30.




    haha alright, glad I waited to order then


    Thanks guys!
     


  5. vertig0

    vertig0 Active Member

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    So it seems ones should order their natural waist size? I'm planning on placing an order this week, natural waist is 32/every now and again 33.
     


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    Grainer Active Member

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    So it seems ones should order their natural waist size? I'm planning on placing an order this week, natural waist is 32/every now and again 33.

    Just my personal experience - I am a 32 and I ordered a 32. It fits fine, but I fluctuate between the 3rd and second loosest holes. Personally, for my tastes, I would rather have another inch or two of leather, so if I ever ordered another one I would size up to 34. But I cant swear that this wold work for everyone.

    I also just ordered another belt from somewhere else which is also a 32 but 2 inches longer than the Tanner.
     


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    Vaitek Senior member

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    My experience was I had to order true size. I had to send back the belt that I ordered a size up because I was on the last hole with room to spare.
     


  8. vertig0

    vertig0 Active Member

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    Thanks for the clarification, guys.
     


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    db_ggmm Senior member

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    When I read this thread I was thinking there is no fcking way this is right, but I double checked and I've had the wrong size belt for 6 months. thx sf.
     


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    TyCooN Senior member

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    When I read this thread I was thinking there is no fcking way this is right, but I double checked and I've had the wrong size belt for 6 months. thx sf.
    so much fukin pain in this fukin game
     


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    trig Senior member

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    i sized up on mine
     




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    I ordered a 32 (my true waist size) and when I put it on it seemed small but I was able to get it to the second hole. If you want it to fit in the middle hole I would say size up 1.
     


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