Carhartt Men’s Anvil Belt

June 9, 2014 - Comment

How come black belts seem to have all the fun? The Carhartt 2203-20 Brown Leather Anvil Logo Belt works just as hard, and kicks some major booty, too.Keep your britches north of the equator with full-grain bridle leather in classic brown. The buckle has a gun metal finish and holds up to hundreds of hitches.

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How come black belts seem to have all the fun? The Carhartt 2203-20 Brown Leather Anvil Logo Belt works just as hard, and kicks some major booty, too.Keep your britches north of the equator with full-grain bridle leather in classic brown. The buckle has a gun metal finish and holds up to hundreds of hitches. It’s a comfortable 1.5-inches wide, so your kid won’t steal it for his skinny jeans. But it ain’t yer grandpa’s double-wide, either. Just right to keep things on the up-and-up.Carhartt’s known for quality. Their Carhartt 2203-20 Brown Leather Anvil Logo Belt lives up to their good name. Give us a jingle and we’ll send one right on out to you. (You just gotta pay for it, first.)Sizes Manufactured: 34,36,38,40,42,44,46

Product Features

  • 1.5″ wide
  • Embossed logo
  • Carhartt’s Anvil belt is forged from full-grain bridle leather and features the modern appeal of a gun metal single-prong buckle.

Comments

Dave Drury says:

Nice Belt! This belt is almost exactly what I was needed, to replace an old and well worn “jeans” belt. Solid, one piece leather (not including the tongue loop), robust looking buckle. Two notes that weren’t entirely clear in the online descriptions: The portion of the belt that wraps around the buckle is sewn to the rest of the belt, so you cannot substitute your own buckle unless you scheme another way to affix it. And though the buckle itself looks as though it would be heavy, it really isn’t…

C. R. Doughty says:

A Leather Belt – wide and thick 0

K. Joyce says:

Good, durable belt; Just passable for everyday business casual, but not for dress occasions It used to be you could buy a belt for $20 and it would last you years. Lately, it had been starting to feel like $20-25 would last only 2-3 months with regular wear. I realized that I wasn’t having the same problem with another, brown belt I own and wear regularly as well and realized that it was the belt itself – specifically, the trend in dress belts towards cheaply sewing two flimsy pieces of paper-thin leather together – that was at the heart of my problem.It’s not easy to find…

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