Men's leather belts — where's the sweet spot re: "cheap" and "durable"?
January 10, 2013 12:56 PM Subscribe
All my life I've bought cheap-ass vaguely-leather-ish belts (like, the $20 ones from that rack next to the cash register at the el-cheapo big box shoe store) and they've always started to warp within three months and started falling to pieces within six. I don't think
I'm unusually hard on my belts. I think the ones I'm buying just suck balls and I should bite the bullet and buy nicer ones. So: How much more would I have to spend to get one that didn't
suck? What would it cost me to get a leather belt that would last two years without warping or splitting? Five years? Ten? Infinity?
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