Finding the right size belt can be tricky. With a little measuring and the right size chart, you can make sure your purchase fits perfectly.
Three Ways To Find Your Belt Size:
*Measuring your own waist or hip circumference is the best way to find your correct belt size.
A. Put on a pair of pants that fits well and represents what you plan to wear with your new belt.
B. Thread a measuring tape through your belt loops as you would a belt, at the height you plan to wear the belt.
C. Add 2 inches to this measurement to determine your belt size.
A. Find a pair of pants that fit you well and have a numerical waist-based size, such as 26 inches or 38 inches.
B. Add 2 inches to this waist size to find your appropriate belt size.
A. Put the belt on an even surface with all sides flat on the surface form the buckle.
B. Using a measuring tape, start measuring your belt from left to right. This means, end of the buckle to the belt hole you normally use.
C. While measuring the belt, remember to measure only from the end of the buckle and not from end to end since this will not yield an accurate result.
Use the measurement methods and this size chart to select the perfect fit.
*In the US, belts are measured in inches; European belts, in centimeters.