6 of the Best Men’s Belts for Starting 2020 in Style

Of all the accessories that men typically own, belts are often the one that not much thought goes into purchasing but, given the wealth of excellent belts on the market, there’s no excuse for not keeping your trousers up in style. Huckberry have one of the best selections of men’s belts out there and regardless of your sense of style, you’re sure to find something that fits the bill upon their amply stocked digital shelves.

Check out our pick of 6 of the best men’s belts for getting 2020 off to a stylish start below:

Beltology Helix Belt – $76

Supremely stylish and robust, this Beltology Helix Belt ($76) scores highly in the aesthetics department in our opinion here at Coolector HQ. It boasts Beltology’s signature stretch-woven flex material which is chosen because it eliminates the requirement for pre-set holes that would otherwise wear out. Each one is hand-crafted in New York City and finished with Italian leather trim and expertly complimented by a polished nickel buckle. ($76)

Red Wing Heritage Pioneer Belt – $89

We love the leather wares of Red Wing Heritage here at Coolector HQ and it’s easy to see why when you look at the quality of products like this Pioneer Belt ($89). Made in the USA, the Pioneer Belt from Red Wing Heritage is crafted from a genuine full-grain leather which is an 8-9 oz. chrome tanned leather with a vegetable retannage for extra robustness and durability. It has a solid brass buckle and comes in a design that’s as straightforward as it gets — far from boring, it’s understated nature falls more under ultra-refined and elegant. ($89)

Arcade Belt Co Norrland Woven Belt – $38

Great price and considerable style, what’s not to like about the Arcade Belt Co Norrland Woven Belt ($38). This ace looking belt is made for adventurers, thrill-seekers, and anyone who wants to experience life to the fullest. The guys at Arcade Belt Co. have made it their goal to make the finest belts that truly move with your body. Crafted for endurance, they can handle the stress of countless rock climbing pitches, steep dirt biking trails, and especially the long days spent in the office. Each belt is designed to be your jack-of-all-trades accessory as it is lightweight, stretchy, and ridiculously comfortable to boot which helps you power through whatever your to-do list throws at you. ($38)

Tanner Goods Classic Belt – $100

Tanner Goods know their stuff when it comes to leather goods and accessories and the old school cool of their Classic Belt ($100) definitely appeals to our sensibilities here at Coolector HQ. This great looking accessory from Tanner Goods is a belt that simply goes well with anything be it formal or casual. Made in the USA, it’s the ideal size for all occasions [and belt loop sizes,] whether worn with denim, cords or chinos. Each one is crafted from 9oz. vegetable-tanned Meridian English Bridle leather and boasts through-hole press fit rivets and heel bar buckles. ($100)

Macondo Inca Belt – $105

We’re loving the South American vibes of the Macondo Inca Belt ($105) here at The Coolector and if you’re looking to make a style statement with your choice of accessories in 2020, this is the belt for you. Made in Colombia, Macondo Belts are probably more of a piece of art than they are a belt. Each of these handmade accessories is carefully shaped, dyed, and stitched by hand to guarantee the highest calibre of quality and artistry possible. The roots of these belts come from the gentlemen’s pursuit of polo which means each belt needs to be equally functional as they are dapper. ($105)

Cattamarra Trout Jean Belt – $155

One for the outdoorsman (particularly one with a penchant for fishing), this Cattamarra Trout Jean Belt ($155) is certainly the most striking belt in our list. These American-made leather goods have Aboriginal Australian influence in their design and each one is printed to resist wear and tear over time and adds a raised, subtle look. Each belt is handcrafted from genuine leather and showcases custom-made artwork with Aboriginal design influence. This blend of ancient art styles and classic American craftsmanship creates a refreshing take on a familiar silhouette and will add a pop to any outfit in 2020. ($155)

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