About the Belt

A word from the owner, Sherri Preston

The Beltless Belt was born of necessity. About five years ago, I was very frustrated because my new jeans fit perfectly except for the waist. A small gap changed the entire way the pants and my outfit looked because the waistline gapped, sagged, or stretched.

Belt Research
My research on Google™ for flat, hidden, invisible, and custom belts produced two products I believed to be solutions to my problem. I tried them both, but neither worked as I wanted them to work.

Strike One
The first one wasn’t a belt at all. It was a cinch that grabbed the loops on the back of my jeans, which created a lopsided effect. The concept was good, but not realistic.

Strike Two
The second one was a clear plastic belt that seemed like a good idea, but only worked in theory and not in practice. The buckle was difficult to adjust due to the sticky plastic, which was similar to plastic straps on bras.
The belt became stickier the hotter it got, especially if it touched my stomach. Even though the buckle was clearly smaller than a regular buckle, it still protruded slightly when I wore a fitted t-shirt. This clear plastic seemed like a great idea because of the versatility, but I didn’t like the look of plastic around my waist if my shirt rode up.

Strike Three
After these products failed, I went to my local craft store to make my own belt. I purchased elastic and some Velcro™, because I thought this would give me the stretch I needed along with the flatness I wanted. Although this worked for a while, it still wasn’t good enough.

The Solution
I was then introduced to a unique fabric that was perfect for what I wanted to do. It gave me the elasticity, lightness, and flatness I needed, as well as the strength, durability, and comfort I wanted. I simply added high-grip Velcro, custom stitching and the Beltless Belt was born. I was so convinced of its usefulness that I applied for a patent.

It’s a win-win situation for those of us who like variety and choices. Ideal for women, men and teens.
Size Chart;xxs – 24′ to 27′

xs – 28′ to 31″
s – 32″ to 35″
m – 36″ to 39″
l – 40″ to 43″
xl – 44″ to 48″
xxl – 49′ to 51″

5 thoughts on “About the Belt

  1. should you order you actual waist measurement or the measurement over jeans?
    My daughter’s waist is 37.5-38, would that be a M or L?


  2. My name is Earl with Priority Products. I bring products into our company for our “As Seen on TV/Social Media” funding program. I would be interested in speaking with you about the Beltless Belt in reference to our “As Seen on TV/Social Media” funding program. This branding and awareness drives sales into major retailers.

    Please feel free to email or call me at 913/638-8856 to further discuss this with me.

    We are currently reviewing products for our partnership program.

    I think you have a really great item for our industry.

    Best regards,
    Earl Joseph
    Priority Products

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