Bison Designs Rec D Belt

Priced: $22.00 Rated:   - 5 stars out of 5 by 2 reviews.
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The Bison Designs Rec D belt features an attractive pattern of brown, tan, navy and olive.

Made in USA.

Fabric:

  • Muliticolored nylon jacquard webbing catches the eye

Fit:

  • Size Medium fits up to a 38 in. waist; size Large fits up to a 42 in. waist
  • 2 rectangular zinc D rings let you adjust the fit; buckle features an antique nickel finish

Sizing:

  • Belt can be cut to any length; for best results visit your local REI and ask a sales associate for help with a heat knife
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Activity:Casual
Belt material:Nylon
Belt width (in.):1.5 inches
Buckle type:Tri-glide buckle
Width:1.5 inches
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Bison Designs Rec D Belt Reviews:

Reviews:

Don't get caught with your pants down

I bought this belt for casual wear, when I was traveling. I forgot my leather belt at home, and took the opportunity to kill two birds with one stone: (1) I needed a belt obviously, but also (2) I'd been wanting a sturdy fabric belt to wear for hiking (something strong that could get wet, etc). This belt is great for casual anytime, and also durable and comfortable for hiking.
Boston Terrier at REI on 08/08/2013

Nice casual belt that is outdoor sturdy

High quality and matches many colors. Great for hiking and camping. The only thing I'd change is to use a plastic buckle so I don't have to remove it for TSA at the airport when traveling.
Poppa CDER at REI on 05/05/2011