Although it looks good, the leather is too stiff to be worn properly. It's fine for a modern belt, but a period belt doesn't have (or need) a tongue and should be softer to fold and tie properly.
I wish it was a little heftier, but for the price (as a 'Daily Deal') it is a great deal -- and I love the length.
this belt broke where it was POORLY skived and pieced together....AT weak rivet points...(the first time I tried it on)if a LONG belt can't be made from a single solid piece, then it could at LEAST be connected securely....I tried the belt on (I wear size 46.) the day before the Ren Fest...so I used rope...not happy
This is a good solid belt. The buckle is heavy brass and well secured, the decorative studs/crosses appear securely fastened, and it is sufficiently long for BIG waists (I'd say up to a 60" before it turns into a trouser belt). There are belt holes punched out for up to a 38" waist and there are single holes punched out between the decorative studs for up to a 48" waist (pretty clever, in my opinion!). A little expensive, but you won't die of sticker shock!
Very well made and easy to wear. Looks great with any period piece.
Good looking HEAVY belt. The buckle and studs are securely attached. Understated yet attractive. Good for Dark Age and Viking warriors.