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Roman Belt with Hanging Leather Strips

#200468
$65.00

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Overview


Primarily ornamental, this Roman soldier's belt, called a Cinculum Militaire, was comprised of a studded leather belt with varying numbers of hanging leather strips and sometimes metal rings. Based on one that was popular about 100 A.D, our belt will accommodate up to a size 46" waist.

Reviews


A basic balteus made from good leather; well made for the price. However the buckle end is secured by a single rivet. Mine broke after wearing twice. Easily repaired though, by simply threading a shoe or boot-lace, preferably of leather, through the rivet hole, lashing and knotting to secure.
From: Ian, March 12, 2014
Exactly what I was looking for at the "deal of the day" price. Costumer service was right on point! Thanks Museum Replicas.
From: Mike, October 30, 2013

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