Buckled belts are typically worn on the center of five holes, giving a few inches each way for January and July. Ours are sized by measuring exactly from the center hole to the point just inside of where the prong touches the end of the buckle.
- Ideal: The most accurate way to determine the correct size is to measure the belt you wear most often in inches from the point just inside of where the prong touches the end of the buckle to the hole you find most comfortable. Our belts are offered in even sizes, so choose the next highest available size if you fall in between. For example, choose a size 34 belt if your own belt measurement is 33 inches.
- Less ideal: the less accurate way is to use a cloth measuring tape to measure your waist in inches over your jeans. Add 3 inches for your belt size. For example, choose a size 36 belt if your measurement is 33 inches. Round up to the next even size if you fall in between.
Ours are sized similarly to buckled belts by measuring exactly from the center of the belt’s end tab to the inside of the end of the rings. Determine your correct size as for a buckled belt.