The discount clothing stores seem to frequently have a pretty good selection of high-quality men’s leather belts. The only problem for me is that the name-brand belts they carry are usually in sizes too big for me. I buy them anyway and take them to a shoe repairman near my home. He removes the buckles, cuts off the extra inches, and re-attaches the buckles.
He charges me $3 to $5 a belt. I spend an average of $15 to $20 per belt at the discount store. At high-end department stores, they retail for $50 to $80,sometimes more. That means I save $25 to $65!
Definitely shows how much money you can save if you’re willing to go to a little bit of work (or find someone who is). Bob
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