The Structure Of A Belt

The Structure Of A Belt

Men’s belts are clinching mechanisms that go around your waist, making use of tension to hold up a person’s trousers.

The largest part of the belt is called the strap. This is the band that goes around your waist. At the very end, there’s the buckle.

The buckle consists of the frame, the bar which goes through the leather to keep it in place, and the prong which goes through the belt loop.

Simple? Good.



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