LukeRoz

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Ohio
Cleveland
I recently purchased a web belt to wear casually with khakis. There was only a one size fits all option and the belt is excessively long. What do you do with the excess length? Tuck it in to belt loops? Should I have it shortened and if so can they put the metal end piece back on? Thanks for the help!
 

Peak and Pine

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Mars Hill
I recently purchased a web belt to wear casually with khakis. There was only a one size fits all option and the belt is excessively long. What do you do with the excess length? Tuck it in to belt loops? Should I have it shortened and if so can they put the metal end piece back on? Thanks for the help!
Have any sort of screw clamp on the work bench? The metal nib pries off easily, crop the belt, reapply the nib using the screw clamp - - - pliers won't apply enough pressure.
 

LukeRoz

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151
United States
Ohio
Cleveland
Have any sort of screw clamp on the work bench? The metal nib pries off easily, crop the belt, reapply the nib using the screw clamp - - - pliers won't apply enough pressure.
Thanks! I'll give it a look tomorrow.
 

OldMetairie

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New Orleans, LA
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I guess it really comes down to the type of belt. I have gone to the trouble of having belts (leather) shortened at the cobbler. For ribbons D ring belts I haven't bothered I just tuck the excess back under the belt loop. Although I do love the doughnuts suggestion. MMMM doughnuts....
 
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