Be on the level with this stylish Masonic belt. A smart design with the Masonic symbol inside a circle. This belt is 1 1/2″ wide and made of pure leather. Colors available are Mahogany with brown shading (shown) Brown with black shading, Tan with brown shading Black or any of these colors without shading. Sizes up to 60″ waist. Above 60″ add $0.50 per inch.
- Belt Sizing Chart
- Understanding Belt Sizing
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Size Chart for Men's Belts
|Numerical Belt Size||30||32||34||36||38||40||42||44||46||48||50|
|General Belt Size||XS||S||M||M||L||L||XL||XL||2XL||3XL||4XL|
|Waist Circumference (inches)||26.5-28||28.5-30||30.5-32||32.5-34||34.5-36||36.5-38||38.5-40||40.5-42||42.5-44||44.5-46||46.5-48|
|Length of Existing Belt (inches)||28-30||31-32||33-34||35-36||37-38||39-40||41-42||43-44||45-46||47-48||49-50|
NOTE: For Men's belts larger than size 50 it is strongly recommended to measure your actual waist size
Size Charts for Women's Belts
|Numerical Belt Size||28||28-30||31-32||33-35||36-37||38-39||40-42|
|General Belt Size||XS/Petite||S||M||L||XL||2XL||3XL|
|Waist Circumference (inches)||Up to 26||26-28||28-30||31-33||34-35||36-37||38-39|
|Length of Existing Belt (inches)||Up to 28||28-30||31-32||33-35||36-37||38-39||40-41|
NOTE: For Women's belts larger than size 40-41 it is strongly recommended to measure your actual waist/hip size
Getting the Perfect Fit
Taking the time to measure yourself and find your corresponding belt size can ensure the perfect fit for this important accessory. You'll look great in your new belt, and you'll know your size in case you need to order more in the future.
Understanding Belt Sizing
If you’re shopping for a new belt, especially online, it’s important to understand how belts are sized. Finding the right size belt can be a little tricky, since belts are sized differently than pants. However, with a little measuring and the right size chart, you can make sure your purchase fits perfectly.
Although it seems like your belt size should be the same as your pants size, this isn’t the case. Keep these important facts in mind as you shop:
Because you need extra material to go over your clothing and have a small amount of the belt leftover, belts are typically two inches larger than your waist or hip size.
- Belts are sized to the middle hole, and there are usually fix or six holes on a belt. This means that you have quite a bit of flexibility regarding the size you purchase.
- In the United States, belts are measured in inches. However, most European countries measure belts in centimeters.
Three Ways to Find Your Belt Size
Measuring Yourself (The Best Method)
Measuring your own waist or hip circumference is the most accurate way to find your belt size. Here’s how to do it:
- Put on a pair of pants that fits well and represents what you plan to wear with the belt.
- Take a flexible measuring tape (such as a cloth tape) and thread it through the belt loops as you would a belt. Be sure you have the tape measure at the level on your waist or hips where you plan to wear the new belt.
- Note your waist/hip circumference. Add two inches to this measurement to determine your belt size.
Measuring Your Existing Belt
If you already have a belt that fits well, measuring it can be an easy and effective way to find your size. Here’s how:
- Lay your belt on a flat surface, making sure the buckle isn’t folded. Orient the belt so the buckle is at the left.
- With your measuring tape, measure from the far left end of the buckle to your favorite belt hole making sure to follow the curvature of your belt.
- Purchase a belt that is this same length or slightly longer.
Using Your Pants Size
Although this method isn’t quite as effective as actually measuring yourself or your belt, it can work well for most men’s sizes and some women’s size.
Find a pair of pants that fit you well and have a numerical, waist-based size, such as 26 inches or 38 inches. Add two inches to this waist size to find the
appropriate belt size.