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Just wondering how big this buckle is L and W ?
Also, What kind of size difference from the small icon to the large ?
By: Jonathon Cooke
November 12, 2011
The Small Icon Buckle is 2" by 3". The Large Icon Buckle is 3" by 4". I hope this helps!
Enjoy the Shred!
By: Ryan Turley
November 14, 2011
Are the buckles on these belts removable? I was wondering if you can buy this belt and use multiple buckles with it.
By: Kike Mane
May 16, 2011
By: Josh Chapman
May 23, 2011
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December 23, 2010
This belt is definitely worth the $64 dollars, mine arrived in the mail in Bamboo/Brown yesterday and it feels like a real solid belt and the buckle was more of a tan bamboo color rather than the yellowish color pictured. I dont know, perhaps that varies with the belts, but I can tell this is going to be a classy, high-quality belt that I hope will last many good years.
good question for a field rep here.
I personally am gonna say it looks pretty like a pretty standard belt going with a regular 1-1/2" width.
By: Jesse Owen
August 27, 2010
Arbor products are really cool but it is impossible to find their clothing in Canada (you can find their longboards, but even those are difficult). Just wondering why you can't ship Arbor items to Canada if that decision is set in stone? Thanks!
May 4, 2010
Stoked that you like Arbor stuff! This isn't dogfunk's decision, it is Arbor's decision. This kind of agreement between a store and a brand usually means they have a store in Canada who is selling Arbor's softgoods. Arbor's site also allows you to shop directly through them, perhaps they'll ship to you.
May 4, 2010