Which are the best brands for Leather Belts?

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  1. amdovers

    amdovers Well-Known Member

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    Brands that are very good at making belts. Not brands that sell expensive belts just because of their reputation.
     


  2. Mr.K

    Mr.K Senior member

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    I am very happy with the quality and finish of the belts I have bought form Leather Goods Connection. They are not dress belts, but are made in the US with pride and quality.
     


  3. Pleb please.

    Pleb please. Member

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    hermes hermes hermes hermes hermes hermes hermes hermes

    I. hermes
    II. Hermes, Paris
    III. LVMH - Hermes
    IIII. Hermsenheimer
    IIIII. Hermesaurus
    IIIIII. Luis Vitton
    IIIIIIII - LVLVLVLVLVLLVLV
    nine - Hermes
     


  4. JamesX

    JamesX Senior member

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    Coach and Boss both have good belts. Not very sure about the Boss since I only have 2 belts from them and both are of excellent leather.
     


  5. Cant kill da Rooster

    Cant kill da Rooster Senior member

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    Paul Stuart.

    Allen Edmonds not bad, BB has a range of belts, the more expensive ones are nice.

    Hugo Boss is ok but not for over $100.
     


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    Coach and Boss both have good belts. Not very sure about the Boss since I only have 2 belts from them and both are of excellent leather.

    My experience with Boss is not so good. I only have one but it's awful.
     


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    TurboBruce Well-Known Member

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    red dragon Well-Known Member

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    I would say Coach....

    Are you talking leather quality or construction - I mean a belt is pretty much 2 pieces of leather and a buckle attached to it. Not much to construction except the stitching.
     


  9. onix

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    If decides to get Coach, get the made in the US ones.
     


  10. JeffsWood

    JeffsWood Senior member

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    I have 6 or 7 AE belts, they are okay, but I find the dye comes off the light brown ones and the look worn very fast.
     


  11. alliswell

    alliswell Senior member

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    My favorites, in order of expense:

    Trafalgar.

    Zegna.

    Edward Green.

    Michael Kielty (mkielty.com)
     


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    Rambo Senior member

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    If decides to get Coach, get the made in the US ones.
    They still make things in the U.S.? I thought everything was made in China these days. [​IMG]
     


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    Salvatore Ferrragamo, I have 3 belts from them
     


  14. onix

    onix Senior member

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    They still make things in the U.S.? I thought everything was made in China these days. [​IMG]

    Maybe? I don't know. I'm set with belts about 2 years ago, I bought around 10 belts from them and 8 of them are made in US.
     




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