Levi’s Reversible Dual Color Men’s Belt

Last updated date: June 29, 2022

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9.2

Levi’s Reversible Dual Color Men’s Belt

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Overall Take

This great 1.6-inch-wide Levi's belt has a rotative square buckle that reverses to the other side for a second color, made from split leather, bonded leather and polyurethane. There are 25 available combinations, including black/brown, brown/black textured and black/tan. It's two styles in one and offered in sizes 30 to 52 inches.


In our analysis, the Levi's Levi's Reversible Dual Color Men's Belt placed 3rd when we looked at the top 7 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

REVERSIBLE CONSTRUCTION: The reversible design has a rotative square buckle with an engraved Levi’s logo that you can reverse with ease. Simply pull up the buckle at the hinge while rotating it and put it back in place to use your belt one way or another. STYLE: This 2-in-1 versatile belt from Levi’s offers up double the styling options while buying just one belt. The casual design of this stitched belt is perfect to be paired your favorite pair of khakis or jeans. The width of this strap is 1.6″. SIMPLE SIZING: For best fit, order a size 2″ larger than your waist size. If your waist size is 34″, order belt size 36″. Alpha size info: Small (30″- 32″), Medium (34″- 36″), Large (38″- 40″), Extra Large (42″- 44″). LEVI’S QUALITY: Levi’s first started making jeans back in 1853, and slowly but surely started to craft men’s accessories to pair with our Levi’s apparel. This belt is your new, high quality essential to complete your Levi’s look.

An Overview On Belts

Although belts are designed to go around the waist, fit in belt loops and hold pants up, most are used only for decorative reasons. Still, they perform the important function of breaking up an outfit with added design interest and making people look neater and more put together.

Most belts have a buckle and a strap, plus an end tip at the end of the strip and a keeper loop to hold the end of the strap at waist level and prevent it from flapping. Belt makers can cover the tip in metal or another material, preventing fraying and making it easier to put on and buckle.

Belts can be made from 100% leather, leather manufactured with other materials, faux leather, suede, rope, canvas, rope, vinyl or webbing. Full-grain leather is generally the softest and lasts the longest. Men’s belts tend to be wider than women’s, but this is not always the case. Men’s belt waist sizes generally start at 30 inches and go up to 50 inches and higher.

As for buckles, the traditional frame style is the most common and is found on formal and casual belts. The buckle is square or rectangular; the strap goes through the frame and has a prong that goes through holes in the belt.

Plate-style buckles are typically decorated and detachable, with hooks that go through the front of the strap. Ratchet belts have specialized buckles and straps and work by pressing a piece of metal into the strap’s tracking system. No holes are needed, and minute adjustments are possible.

Other belts include snap buckles that work like seat belts, O-rings (usually seen on canvas, webbed and braided belts) and box-out buckles that let you thread the strap through a basic leather or synthetic frame. Many men’s belts are casual or formal, but some can be worn for both occasions.

The Belt Buying Guide

  • Dress belts are generally a bit narrower than casual belts; as a guideline, they can be 1 1/4 inches or 1 3/8 inches wide and 1/8 of an inch thick.
  • Shinier finishes on belts make them look more formal.
  • Casual belts are usually from 1 1/4 to 1 3/4 inches wide and may be thicker than formal belts, ranging from 1/8 to 3/4 of an inch thick.
  • Belts thicker than 3/4 inches are harder to bend and may feel uncomfortable.
  • If you tend to have problems with belt sizes, opt for a ratchet style that doesn’t have holes and lets you adjust the length to exactly fit your waist.