THE BEST Belts

Day of the Dead Belt Buckle

Day of the Dead Belt Buckle

You’ll look like a total bad-ass with this enameled metal belt buckle from King Baby Studio. Embellished with crosses and a skull in the middle, it’s enough reason to tuck in your shirt for once. Comes on a removable leather belt.

No. 11 Survival Belt

No. 11 Survival Belt

A practical men’s accessory made by Americana accouterment shop Col. Littleton. It comes with 27′ of military-spec paracord that can come in handy in a variety of emergency situations. The belt itself is made of brass and leather.

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Trakline Belt

Trakline Belt

Unlike most belts that only have a handful of holes, Trakline belts have tracks that give you a staggering 40 sizing options in 0.25″ increments to help you find the perfect fit. Made from full-grain leather and stainless steel.

Eatsleeplay Belt 081

Eatsleeplay Belt 081

A leather belt with brogue shoe-style perforations throughout its length. You tighten it by moving the buckle along the belt two layers at a time, so you don’t get a sloppy and droopy belt end.

Buckle Puffer

Buckle Puffer

A leather belt with a tobacco pipe built into its buckle. The pipe is secured by a pair of magnets. It is rustproof, double-barrelled and is made of nickel-plated aluminum. Now where to put that lighter?

Smuggler’s Belt

Smuggler’s Belt

Barrett Alley’s stealthy belt gets its name from a hidden compartment on the inner side near the buckle. Each belt is made of hand-sewn vegetable tanned leather and a hand-forged iron buckle.

Carbon Fiber Belt

Carbon Fiber Belt

Class up your act with this Italian leather belt handmade by Michael Toschi. It features a real carbon fiber inlay, and a flexible connection between buckle and belt for comfort. Also in black.

Custom Holsters

Custom Holsters

Channel your inner Nathan Drake with a beautiful holster from Four Chamber Forge. They can be custom-made to carry a variety of handy stuff including wallets, cellphones, flasks… and hatchets.

Patagonia Travel Belt

Patagonia Travel Belt

Made from fast-drying, heavy-duty nylon webbing, the simple yet tough Patagonia Travel belt features a concealed 19″ pocket to stash a spare key, some extra cash or small valuables. (Thanks Justin!)

Most Stylish Toolbelt Ever

Most Stylish Toolbelt Ever

We dig the looks of 686’s functional/fashionable waterproof leather Snow Tool Belt, which includes a bottle opener, #2 Phillips and flathead on the prongs and 8/10/11mm wrench loop.

Screen Printed Skull Belt

Screen Printed Skull Belt

With a distressed skull print cut in strips and laced through distressed leather, deeply embossed skulls in the strap and an old nickel hardware, this edgy belt is definitely not for prepsters.

Bike Belt

Bike Belt

Your wheels won’t be the only things going in circles if you don this Bike Belt; it’s a distressed leather belt that features an all-over bicycle print with removable roller buckle.

Obscure Belts

Obscure Belts

Obscure Belts are anything but obscure; their neodymium magnet buckles range from the sci-fi Android to the Hindu-inspired Ohm and sport finishes such as gunmetal and black chrome.

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Bicycle Tire Belts

Bicycle Tire Belts

They’re not the first tire belts we’ve seen, but Julien Jaborska’s are the most affordable; made with BMX, cyclocross, mountain and other bike tires, each includes a nickel-plated steel buckle.

Steel Belt Lighter

Steel Belt Lighter

You may not be a liar, but your pants are definitely at risk of catching on fire with this Steel Belt Lighter; it features a detachable solid metal butane lighter that sits in your belt buckle.

Mobius Belt

Mobius Belt

Despite its title, Bill Amberg’s Mobius Belt is not a seemingly infinite waist strap; it is however ideal for hands-on folks, as is comes as a 15-piece kit for you to build yourself.

Jiro Belts

Jiro Belts

Made out of old inner tubes and bike tires, Jiro Belts are completely one-of-a-kind and made in Italy; don’t see anything you like? They’ll make one with your choice of colors and buckle.

T-Rex Buckle

T-Rex Buckle

Mede for well-heeled archaeologists (or one with a Holy Grail under their belt), this T-Rex Buckle is made with sterling silver by Kieselstein-Cord and costs a whopping 2500 bones.

Robert Graham Belts

Robert Graham Belts

Robert Graham’s Belts may be heavy with ornamentation, but don’t call them frilly; his Simmons Belt has us especially hooked with a silvertone dragon buckle and red topstitching.

Flashlight Speed Holster

Flashlight Speed Holster

Make my day (a little brighter): the Flashlight Speed Holster is designed for torch quick draws with left/right-hand mounting, a triple battery compartment and three size adapters.

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Beer Belt Bottle Opener

Beer Belt Bottle Opener

Batman may have his equipment belt, but all boozehounds should have a Beer Belt Bottle Opener: as the name implies, it’s a simple belt with stainless steel buckle and opener.

Inner Tube Belts

Inner Tube Belts

Schlauch’s Inner Tube Belts are eco-friendly, “slick”-looking tires; each sports an airplane seatbelt-style buckle and is imprinted on the back with logo and info from the original tire.

Piano Belt

Piano Belt

The Piano Belt won’t turn you into an ivory-plunking virtuoso, but the distressed leather style and all-over painted keys shows fellow jive monkeys that you’re hip without being flashy.

Grillslinger Sport

Grillslinger Sport

Packed with quick-draw pockets for your tong, spatula and even a brewskie, the Grillslinger Sport is a belt for BBQ cowboys that conveniently puts all your tools at waist level.

CarboPouch Beer Pouch

CarboPouch Beer Pouch

To be filed in the “Why the heck not?” category: CarboPouch is a pouch with cap and spout that lets draft brewers fill beer on-site with no headspace and no change in flavor.

Beetnik Skyline Belts

Beetnik Skyline Belts

Beetnik Aesthetics’ fabric Skyline Belts put an urban twist on staid belt design, with a wrap-around city silhouette and sliding-bolt buckle; they’re available in both black and white versions.

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