How do I determine what size belt I need?
* METHOD 1: The most widely used method is to buy a belt that is 1-2" larger than your pants size, or as some say ONE SIZE UP. Example, if you wear a size 36 pants, you would order a size 38 belt. We do not make odd sizes (33, 35, 37, etc.) so you would have to go with a belt that is 2" larger. If you wear a odd size pants, say a size 37, and sticking with the 1-2" rule, you too should order a size 38. Again, we do not make odd sizes, and a size 40 would be 3" larger, or too big.
* METHOD 2: Measure a belt you currently use. Measure from where the buckle attaches to the belt (leather wraps around buckle) to the hole you are currently using. If this measures 42 inches, order a size 42 belt. Our belts are sized to the center hole. If you order a 42, it will be 42" to the third or center hole.