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Belts, Baldrics & Frogs

Period belts were not used to hold up pants. They were used for carrying your sword as well as a variety of pouches. Baldrics and frogs were another way of easily carrying your sword, which was one of your prized possessions.

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Diagonal Pirate Sash

#101633
These long sashes are made of taffeta sheen fabric and can be worn by both men and women.
$27.95

Huntington Belt

#101686
This period belt is just what you need for medieval garments. Made of high-quality leather and features nickel-colored fittings with a simple stud design. Measures 66-1/2 inches in length.

$47.95

Don Juan Sash

#101583
This waist sash features a layered look with two long, diagonal tails. Buttons enable flexibility of size.
$35.95 $24.95

Pirate King Belt

#201402
This heavy belt is crafted of faux snakeskin and features antiqued nickel buckle and tip. Measures 48 inches long and 3 inches wide.
$78.95

Leather Utility Belt with Pouches

#101379
This high quality, all leather Steampunk belt features two fully functional pouches, dual D-ring hangers, miniature spring-clip, map band, and period sword hanger. Exhibits antique brass hardware. Overall length of 48 inches.
$119.95

Officer's Silk Sash

#100922
These silk sashes total 144" in length, including 8" tassels at either end. Perfect for period military officer attire as well making a fabulous accent for other regalia.
$34.95

Union Sword Belt

#200410
This leather sword belt features two straps attached to sword scabbard rings. Fits 37 to 42-inch waists. Buckle exhibits detailed relief of an eagle with "E Pluribus Unum" banner.
$59.95

Adjustable Leather Sword Belt with Integrated Frog

#101081
This long period belt is the best way for any warrior to carry their weapon. Crafted of thick top grain black leather, the belt features an adjustable built in frog that can fit swords up to three and a half inches in width!
$84.95

Top Customer Reviews

Review of: Huntington Belt

Nice belt, well made and fits my 32" waist. Sturdy enough to support a scabbard suspension system or frog. Buckle is standard and meets expectations compared to a modern buckle assembly and the studs in the belt add some flair and fitted well. Would fit well with many 8th-16th century tunics and tabards with is simple design.
Reviewed by: david, June 13, 2020

Review of: Braided Monastic Belt

I wore this woven belt with my monks robe and it held up my German War Hammer nicely.
Reviewed by: Geoffrey, April 22, 2020

Review of: Huntington Belt

The belt is very period and I love how it can let it hang in front or to the side of me like knights of old would and it fits great.
Reviewed by: Johnathan, May 22, 2019

Review of: Pirate King Belt

Like the Buccaneer coat this adds to the ensemble for a great presentation.  Excellent.
Reviewed by: Tony, February 19, 2019

Review of: Don Juan Sash

Great Sash! Great Price!
Reviewed by: Joseph, April 20, 2017

Review of: Diagonal Pirate Sash

Very nice, and the service is excellent.
Reviewed by: Donald, April 12, 2017

Review of: Huntington Belt

I just got my belt today, and it is wonderful!
Reviewed by: Michael, June 18, 2016

Review of: Officer's Silk Sash

Wow.  The maroon with any black shirt is beyond dashing.
The knit is a little wider than it looks in the picture and they ARE 9 feet long.
The tassels are surprising weighty too, but not badly so.

If you're looking between this and the rayon sash, get this!
(I don't own a rayon one, but this one is really awesome.)
Reviewed by: kevin, May 11, 2016

Review of: Leather Utility Belt with Pouches

Very nice!!!  Well worth the sale price
Reviewed by: Brenton, November 27, 2012

Review of: Leather Utility Belt with Pouches

Another stunning item. No good wrench monkey should be without one. Nice fit and  plenty of room for accessories :)
Reviewed by: Jonathan, October 19, 2012