Measure Twice, Cut Once for a Perfect Fit

Be sure to try on your belt before trimming. Trim your belt form the buckle side. When you cut your belt, trim it a little long, try if on, and trim it to the final length. You can always trim off more, but you can’t put it back. Sorry, we cannot be responsible for improperly trimmed belts.

No Holes Means a Better Look and a Better Fit

p | a Belts have no holes. No holes to stretch out, wear out, and look bad. Each belt has a track sewn in to the back of the belt. When you pull the tab through the buckle, the tracks stop in 1/4″ increments. So, once you get your belt cut to the length you wish, you can set it to fit your waist easily. 

See the chart below to help you cut your belt to fit.