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8/30/2017 7:37 PM
Edited Date/Time: 8/31/2017 9:16 AM

Silly I know, but dang I have been on an adventure lately trying to find a good belt. Currently, I have a belt that has been through the ringer and will last longer than me, but is showing it's age. Found one that is made in TN and is one size fits all. Thought I would share. Photo

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8/30/2017 8:40 PM

Bullhide Belts.
100% genuine bullhide, 0% bullshit.

I've been using one for the last 6yrs with no stretch and barely any wear. I had a Columbia "genuine leather" belt before this one that lasted a total of 3weeks before starting to de-laminate and fall apart. I won't even look at anything with the Columbia name on it anymore.

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8/31/2017 6:21 AM

reded wrote:

Bullhide Belts.
100% genuine bullhide, 0% bullshit.

I've been using one for the last 6yrs with no stretch and barely any wear. I had a Columbia "genuine leather" belt before this one that lasted a total of 3weeks before starting to de-laminate and fall apart. I won't even look at anything with the Columbia name on it anymore.

I bought one last year ,I opted for the thicker of the 2 options ,what a great belt .

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8/31/2017 8:37 AM

That is so funny.

I had a favorite belt I used for 15+ years. I lost it on vacation awhile back and had to find a new one. It seems I looked fo 2 months for the perfect one! I can't believe the cost, $45. I bought 2.

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8/31/2017 9:19 AM

Good looking belts. We will see how this belt holds up and if it doesn't work I will give them a try. Great reviews on the belt I purchased and I was intrigued by the fact you can make it fit different sizes.

Who would have thought purchasing a belt would be such a chore haha

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9/1/2017 8:45 AM

Been looking for a thin belt, i have a Dickies work belt but its real wide but good for work (I carry a sig multi tool,light,phone and stripper/screw driver holders). Kid asked me the other day if i was a policeman.LOL That one looks good.

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