Striped Cotton Webbing Belt

Lacoste
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Striped Cotton Webbing Belt

$65
$29 Gilt
Size (US Waist (inches)):
Men's Belts
US Waist (inches) Alpha Metric (cm) EU (waist)
28 - 30 XS 70 - 75 44 - 46
30 - 32 S 75 - 80 46 - 48
32 - 34 M 80 - 85 48 - 50
34 - 36 L 85 - 90 50 - 52
36 - 40 XL 90 - 95 52 - 54
40 - 42 XXL 95 - 105 54 - 58
42 - 48 XXXL 105 - 120 58 - 60
  • 32
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    Alpha S
    Metric (cm) 75 - 80
    EU (waist) 46 - 48
  • 34
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    Alpha M
    Metric (cm) 80 - 85
    EU (waist) 48 - 50
  • 36
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    Alpha XL
    Metric (cm) 90 - 95
    EU (waist) 52 - 54
  • 38
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    Alpha XXL
    Metric (cm) 95 - 105
    EU (waist) 54 - 58
  • 42
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    Alpha XXL
    Metric (cm) 95 - 105
    EU (waist) 54 - 58
  • 40
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Color:
khaki
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Description
Designer

Five-notch cotton webbing striped belt

  • Square metal buckle
  • Leather keeper loop
  • Leather tip with signature embossed "Croc"
  • 1.5-inches wide at widest point

Material: Cotton, Leather

Brand: Lacoste

Origin: Imported

When French tennis star Rene Lacoste began designing and branding his piqué polo shirts in the early 1930s, he selected his hard-earned nickname, the crocodile, as the company’s logo. Today, that crocodile adorns not just polos, but also full runway looks, as well as shoes, watches, swimwear, bedding and towels. The label's clean, preppy aesthetic retains a strong hold on chic sophistication, making it one of the most recognizable brands in the world.