I ordered this narrower belt to accommodate the black-out US Flag buckle. Nice belt and the set-up looks really great!
Better then I expected
I bought this belt because I have bought others that were ratchet types but the strap itself was very thin. I love the Cali buckle and thickness of the belt itself. I am looking to buying more soon.
A traditional belt will go through belt holes that are typically spaced out 1 inch apart from each other. With a ratchet belt, the buckle will lock into place on the teeth of the belt, which are much closer and allow for more flexibility and “in-between” sizes. For example, here are the steps for a Nexbelt Ratchet belt:
Find your pant size
- Add a couple of inches and then cut.
- Insert the strap into the buckle clasp.
Why It Matters for Finding the Perfect Belt
Depending on your gender and even what your dominant hand is, there are set ways belts have and should be worn for years now. Knowing which way to wear a belt can help you determine what kind of belt and buckle is perfect for your needs.
A Ratchet belt is a belt that does not have any belt holes and uses a ratchet system, where the belt will lock into place by using the inside of the buckle. These belts often stay in place by using a latch inside the buckle that will lock onto the teeth of a belt. It also allows you to change your belt's size to a more accurate size than a traditional belt through belt holes.
Don't take our word for it
“As far as comfort goes, you can’t really beat Nexbelt. Their “belt with no holes” ratchet technology allows for the ultimate custom fit.”
“I own five of these belts for a variety of situations: from Every Day Carry to dress belts for suits, casual wear or golf... I have been wearing the Nexbelt line up of belts, and I am completely sold on how great these belts fit.”
'Nexbelt has created some of the most dynamic, versatile and creative golf belts on the market today!"