Reviewed by just me from California on Tuesday, June 23, 2009
A belt that is not bulky, doesn't show underneath shirts. Yet keeps your pants up. I am losing weight and inbetween sizes. Not about to buy new pants when not going to wear them long. These belts are perfect. Other belts are so bulky with a big buckle. I am very satisfied with the product and ...
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Reviewed by freddy0808 from HI on Tuesday, August 20, 2013
Nice, sturdy belt, good width for most uses, and will support items hung from it. The only downside is a slight difficulty in using the buckle, but this is offset by the lack of holes which often get stretched out in leather belts. Belt perhaps improved to a 5 star rating by slightly beveling the end so that it is easier to insert into the buckle.
Reviewed by Cat from Chicago, IL on Wednesday, August 14, 2013
These belts are great. I liked it so much I bought a couple more. I wear size 12 pants and the medium fit fine. Belt stays in place. I like that you can set it exactly where ou want. Wish STP will carry slid colors soon
There are multiple sizes to begin with, but yes. You could cut down a webbing belt with a hot knife or other similar means. Just make sure that the webbing does not unravel (seal it with heat).
Answered on 12/9/2009 12:00:00 AM by Mountain Man from Fort Collins, CO
I cut them down to size all the time. Cut the belt about 1/8 of an inch longer than needed and then put a flame to it end to melt it so it won't fray. I have about 10 that I've done that to.
Answered on 12/25/2009 12:00:00 AM by Causal Teacher from South Carolina
I bought one several years ago as a gift for a friend and cut it down without a problem. I may have used a wire cutters to do. The belts are tough
Answered on 2/18/2010 12:00:00 AM by cj from Dubuque, Ia.
You can easily cut down any nylon belt. Simply cut it to the desired length then seal the cut by slowly moving the it through the flame of a butane lighter. Don't over torch it and let it cool before touching.
Answered on 3/13/2010 12:00:00 AM by marlofoto from Oklahoma City