Like a well-fitted suit, a belt must be tailored to your measurements. Use the below method(s) to find your correct belt size:
- Place your existing belt down on a flat surface.
- Measure the length in cm's from the outer edge of the buckle to the current hole being used. This is the length around your waist, on the outside of your clothes, when your belt is worn. Refer to Getting Your Measurement diagram below (Step 1).
- Then use the Conversion Table to identify the correct belt Size to order (Step 2).
- Measure your waist where your belt would normally sit on top of your clothes. Remember to check for the correct tightness.
- Use the Conversion Table below and the measurement from Step 1 to identify the correct belt Size to order.
Step 1: Getting Your Measurement
Step 2: Measurement Conversion Table
|Your measurement in cm's =||Belt Size|
Terry laid his old belt flat on the kitchen table. Terry then measured from the outer edge of the buckle to the favourite hole he uses and the measurement was 94cm. According to the Conversion Table, Terry should order belt size 32”.
Jenny measured around her waist over her clothes with a piece of string. That length was 86cm. According to the Conversion table below Jenny should order belt size 29”.Please Note
*** All belts (excluding Minima, see below) come with 5 sizing holes, each 1" apart. The Size selected corresponds to the middle/third hole.
**** Minima style belts come with 9 sizing holes, each 1" apart. The Size selected corresponds to the middle/fifth hole.
If you have any questions please feel free to contact us Info@AtlasLeathercraft.com. We'd be happy to help.