Belts to wear with your flight jackets...

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  1. Thomas Koehle

    Thomas Koehle Well-Known Member

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    Ladies (are there any) and Gents,

    now that we discussed watches and boots already I also wanna see your belts ...

    For me I always try to somehow match belt and shoes coz I simply think that makes a gentlemans outfit complete.

    So let`s see yer belts ...

    for me - as combination to my RW Rangers in roughout I decided for a brandnew one in raw leather with brass 1 tongue (or however that`s called) buckle

    hope to give the belt some life and also hope for a lot of darkening during use

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  2. Earloffunk

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    I try to match shoes and belts also. Just looks better. How about socks? Maybe we should open another thread - Sox to wear with your jackets...
     
  3. jeremiah

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    Made this one the other day for myself. Just an average joe belt I can tear up.
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  4. Thomas Koehle

    Thomas Koehle Well-Known Member

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    go ahead then ...
     
  5. Earloffunk

    Earloffunk Well-Known Member

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    Ok, will do - just need some mental preparation for this... This thread might be too much for some on the forum so open thread with care...
     
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  6. Carl

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    Undies you wear with your jackets
    drinks you drink with your jackets
    :rolleyes:
     
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  7. Earloffunk

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    Thanks, you are making me think... :D
     
  8. Carl

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    :D:D:D :eek::eek::eek::eek: NOOOOOOOO !!!! DONT DO IT !! FOR THE SAKE OF THE CHILDREN !!! :D:D:D
     
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    Now there’s a thread I could contribute to Carl!;)
     
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    Shock !!!!! :D:D:D:D:D
     
  11. Thomas Koehle

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    Girls you date with your jackets ...
     
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    :D:D:D
     
  13. Silver Surfer

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    hahahaahaha, hey, j, ive been wearing a belt like yours for over 10 years. it was made by patagonia, and its the best damn belt ive ever owned. simple. straight forward, and just the right width for my levis. going to have to find a replacement for the leather at some point, as the leather has stretched enougth that i have had to go to the second to last hole. but, it will take another 10 years plus to get the look and feel of this one......hmmmm, maybe hw treatment will shrink it, hahahahahaha
     
  14. Geeboo

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    my belt thom 20180914_102628.jpg
     

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  15. Thomas Koehle

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    Like No 5 (which looks like a German officer belt) and no 10 (wow the color of that stone) most ...

    Overall cool collection
     
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  16. Geeboo

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    it is indeed a WWII German belt:)
     
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    Milspec web belts never go out of style. My go-tos for fall are brown and black with a black buckle.
     
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