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    Anyone want to share a good experience with a made in the USA leather belt? Am looking for something casual enough on nights/weekends but that wouldn't look out of place if I tuck in and wear khakis/blazer to the office sometimes (I work in a pretty suit-only environment). I've flagged the below:


    http://www.orionleathercompany.com/M...elts_s/250.htm

    http://www.naturalreflections.com/Me...e=1_25-KP-Belt

    http://www.americancustomleather.com/belts.html

    http://go.redirectingat.com/?id=446X...%26searchme%3D

    http://go.redirectingat.com/?id=446X...%26searchme%3D

    http://go.redirectingat.com/?id=446X...%26searchme%3D


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    General consensus is Narragansett Leathers have the best casual leather belts for the price, but they aren't taking any more orders until after Fourth of July.


    Tanner Goods is another option that's highly thought of.

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      #3


      Oh, and there's Corter Leather too.

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        #4


        @Tony I will second Narragansett Leathers belts. Ordered two a few months ago and have been really happy with them.

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          #5


          I have belts from both Narragansett and Orion Leather Company (who in addition to their website sells on eBay and Etsy).


          The Orion belts are light years better than Narrangansett. Not even a contest. Orion has better leather, better variety of colors and buckles, and the belt is constructed so the buckle is removeable.

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            #6


            Tanner is also good. If you're a hipster.

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              #7


              Ordered a Narragansett a while ago and while there was nothing wrong with it, I generally felt like it was just a typical thin dress belt. It wasn't even riveted down evenly. Not sure what all the hype is.


              My equus belt is amazing, but was $85 and a total splurge. Won't do that again.

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                #8


                If you really want to go high end, you can get Chromexcel belts from Oak Street or Epaulet.


                And, yeah, I concur regarding Narragansett. I have 2 belts from them and they're fine, but nothing special outside of the usual forum hype. If I had to do it over again, I'd buy from someone else.

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