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  • Bottle opener on buckle
  • 1 1/4" Nylon webbing
  • Adjustable one size

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5 5

Gets the job done.

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

Whether the job be holding up pants, or opening up bottles, this belt does it well. I got it in Citron, and its a pretty rad color, a little dimmer than what it shows in the picture. I got it mainly for holding up my ski pants, and helping to keep the back of my pants from shoveling snow everytime i sit down or fall down. After wearing the belt for a weekend in my jeans, i think it'll do just fine. I wear a 36ish and i've got plenty of extra room at the end of the belt- about 5 or 6 extra inches.

5 5

My favorite belt!

There isn't really anything special about this belt since many other brands have the same buckle but I love Dakine and love to sport their gear! This buckle provides easy on, easy off and you can get the perfect fit every time!

5 5

My favorite belt!

There isn't really anything special about this belt since many other brands have the same buckle but I love Dakine and love to sport their gear! This buckle provides easy on, easy off and you can get the perfect fit every time!

5 5

Belt + Buckle = Pants stay up

Cheap. Like as cheap as a belt can get. Works well enough to hold up the pants. Oh yeah, and it pops the tops on frosty cool ones, making it extra awesome.

3 5

Get What Ya Pay For

It does its job. Would be great for just normal wear. I used it to snowboard and after a few days and a few hard landings the buckle broke off.