Custom Belt Sizing
Our custom leather belt are available in a variety of styles, colors and width sizes. We size all of our custom leather belts to the specifications you provide to us. It is extremely important that you measure correctly to insure the proper fit for your new belt. All of our belts come with a buckle that you select from the options on each belt product.
We cannot emphasize enough the importance of measuring your new belt correctly. Sizing your belt is critical and is your responsibility. Remember each belt is handcrafted from the information you give us. If you have any questions concerning sizing, please give us a call. It is your responsibility to give us the correct size based on your measurements and our guidelines.
We do not need your pant size or your waist size.
What we need to know is your custom size that you measured using one of these options.
How to Measure using a Current Belt
- Measuring a well-fitting belt (not curved or stretched out) you already own is the best way to determine your belt size.
- Lay the belt on a clean, flat surface. Start the tape measure at the hole you currently use and measure to the end of the belt, where it meets the buckle (not the end of the buckle).
- Belts are measured in inches and you should round up to the nearest inch. If you measure 36 inches, you will want to purchase a size 36 belt.
- If you are measuring an old belt that has already contoured (has that curve in the back) to your body – we recommend you use the “cloth tape measure” method below to obtain the correct measurement.
- If your current belt is curved, you will not get an accurate measurement for your new belt.
- To measure your body for optimal belt size, start by threading a cloth tape measure through the belt loops of your trousers/jeans/slacks.
- It’s important to stand in a relaxed, natural position–do not push out your belly or suck it in when taking the measurement.
- The measuring tape should be snug. Measure in inches and round to the nearest inch.
- This will be your belt size you will provide to us.
- If you don’t have a flexible measuring tape, use a piece of twine or string, mark the spot using the measuring method for a cloth tape.
- Lay the string/twine on a flat surface and lay your measuring tape alongside the string/twine.
- This will give you the proper belt size.
- An easy way to determine belt size is to simply “add 2″ to your off-the-rack trouser size.
- For example, if you wear a 36” waist trouser, then a 38-belt size will be a safe bet.
- Most will find this simple formula works best for pants worn at a traditional height–close to the natural waistline.
- If your pants size = 32, choose belt size = 34
- If your pants size = 34, choose belt size = 36
- If your pants size = 36, choose belt size = 38
- If your pants size = 38, choose belt size = 40
- Note: Belt Sizes shown in US standard size.