Anson Belt and Buckle is a great option for men who want to adjust their belts to nearly any fit! We love it!
Washington, DC (PRWEB) August 06, 2014
"Anson Belt & Buckle” was featured on NewsWatch as part of its Consumer Report, which takes a look at the latest and coolest products and services on the market geared towards consumers. Mallory Sofastaii, a host of NewsWatch and consumer expert, conducted the product review and shared with viewers how it’s a belt style and technology that’s gaining popularity.
Belts are a frustrating but mandatory product for men. Most belts have five holes one inch apart, so the size has to be correct. Aside from reversible belts, wearers have one strap and the buckle it came with.
A new belt style and technology that’s gaining popularity is the Micro-adjustable Belt by Anson Belt & Buckle. Their belt strap has a track system built into its back with over 30 options that are one quarter inch apart. The magnetized buckle has an easy release lever that lets consumers adjust the size quickly and on the go.
Then there’s the ability to mix and match buckles and straps. Consumers can easily remove a buckle and place it on another strap to create a totally different look. The straps are all attractive and come in multiple textures and colors. From leather to canvas to cloth, there’s a total of 23 options and counting. With 6 buckle choices that are all interchangeable, Anson Belt offers around 140 combinations.
To learn more, visit http://www.ansonbelt.com.
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