Reviewed by lw from Washington, DC on Tuesday, March 25, 2014
This belt is exactly what I was looking for: a simple, reliable, strong, good-looking way to hold up your pants. It comes longer than it's stated size, but you can easily trim it with strong scissors or shears, then melt the end slightly with a cigarette lighter or soldering gun to keep it from fra...
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Reviewed by The Lew from Green Valley Lake, CA on Tuesday, December 09, 2014
When I took this out of the package I noticed something looked different from the other 6 Bison belts I have. First, The color green is no longer An olive/army color green but is now a deep forest green which I do not care for. Next, the belt material is no longer webbing but more like a heavy canvas that I do not care for. I had to take a look at the package to make sure I got A real Bison belt and that's when I noticed the made "Made with imported materials" tag behind the Bison label - none of my other Bison belts have this tag.
I'm really bummed because I really like my other Bison belts, but this thing screamed Made in China as soon as I touched it - not worth the price to return so I'll use it as a strap for camping gear.
Reviewed by beachwalker from So. FL on Thursday, December 04, 2014
The web is 2.5 cm or 1 1/4 inch. The kaki color is good. I wear it with my docker type pants. The plastic buckle is small and lays flat, so it looks OK with a shirt out. I wear sun shirts designed for out or tucked in wear. It works as a quiet, plain belt for every day use.
I'm a size 33, and the medium belt leaves about 6 inches of slack when it is tightened. So my guess is that you will do well with a medium, if you are an honest size 34. Be advised that this belt is not 30 mm wide .... it's 25 mm.
Answered on 9/9/2014 2:31:07 PM by Ryuichi from San Francisco, CA
I would get the large. You can cut it off in need be.
Answered on 9/9/2014 2:50:39 PM by Dave from Bozeman, MT
Jeff, it makes no difference at all. When I bought mine I had lost about 45 lbs after surgery. I went from a 33" waist to a 30" so none of my belts fit. The color I wanted was only available in large so I bought it, cut it down to a manageable length (assuming I will gain some of my weight back) and singed the end with a flame, just like they do when they are made. It looks just like the end from the factory.
Answered on 9/10/2014 11:02:36 AM by Spudnut from Utah