The strap of the ex- West German army (BRD, Bundesrepublik Deutschland). It's similar to the waist belt of the Wehrmacht in design, but wider (width is 5 cm as opposed to 4.5 in the Wehrmacht). So buckles are not interchangeable between them. The belt has a hook at the end, it clings to the buckle's bracket. Leather is smooth side on the inside (like the Wehrmacht) and the outer side is covered with smooth paint.
It is theoretically possible to alter this belt to the belt of the Wehrmacht, to do so, cut neatly 2-3 mm along each side. Without alteration is a great leather belt in German style, but without the prohibited symbols on the buckle.
All belts are used, but in a state of new, almost not worn. This belt is waistbelt, it is hard enough to hold the weight of the equipment. It may be used as a belt for trousers. The buckle included!
Larger sizes are more expensive, smaller ones are cheaper.
How to choose your size?
Put your jacket or pants on, depends on what you want to wear the belt over. Take another belt, tighten comfortly and mark its buckle position. Put it off, lay it flat and measure the marked lenght. Let it assume you got 96 cm. Look to the chart below: 96 cm is in the middle of gap 88-100 cm for belt size 100. You should take this size.
Divide cm to 2.54 to get inches.
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