Arcade Stretch Belt

Regular price $30.00
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Arcade Stretch Belt
Arcade Stretch Belt
Arcade Stretch Belt

Arcade Stretch Belt

Regular price $30.00
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We're excited to now offer the most comfortable elastic belt on the market . After 4+ years of trying various belts while mountain biking, hiking, skiing, you name it .  Arcade belts are the best stretch/elastic belt for any adventure. Give them a try, you won't be disappointed.

Features

Fabric

Fabric

Nylon webbing

Stretch

4-Way Stretch


Customer Reviews

Based on 6 reviews
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Joe Houston
Best Use(s): Mountain Bike, Gravel / Bikepack
Perfect addition to the shorts

This belt has the felx needed for riding with a "bigger" belly. Holds the pants up and flexes enough for comfort.

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Adrienne P
Fit:
Height: 5'3"
Weight: 120/125
Best Use(s): Mountain Bike, Gravel / Bikepack, Commute, Daily Wear / Casual
Nice addition to my MTB baggies.

First time using an elastic belt and I am sold! After riding for a couple hours I was always annoyed at my shorts getting "droopy". This belt does the trick without being at all restrictive. I think it might have been designed for men so it is a little snug to get through some of my pants loops but do able :)

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Bryce Reeves
Fit:
Height: 5' 10"
Weight: 182
Best Use(s): Mountain Bike, Gravel, Daily Wear / Casual
Comfortable

I've worn this belt while cycling and daily wear. This is my first stretch belt and I am surprised at how well it works and the comfort. I usually wear a leather belt that does not stretch and apparently had gotten used to how it restricted my movements. This belt keeps my pants/shorts up while active and in the office. It also does not restrict my movement. One downside is that I sometimes have trouble buckling it because it has to be lined up just right to click. Probably just take some getting used to. The other issue is that the buckle is a little wider than my usual belt and I have a hard time getting it through some of my pants/shorts belt loops. I've seen another review about the split design being hard to get through loops. I had this same issue the first couple of times I used the belt, then I realized I was routing the wrong end through the belt loops. Use the "un-forked" side and it routes pretty easily, as long as the belt loops are wide enough.

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Bikin' Dads Adventures
Fit:
Height: 5'11
Weight: 195
Hometown: Charlotte
Favorite Trail: R.R.T.
Best Use(s): Mountain Bike, Gravel, Daily Wear / Casual
Not A Belt Guy

So, I'm not a belt kinda guy, especially with shorts. Well, this "belt" is perfect. Lightweight, adjustable & well, is it a belt or is it?

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Ben
Fit:
Size: M
Height: 6'
Weight: 175lb
Fit Comments: Adjustment isn't limited at all so they can be adjusted to any size
Hometown: Missoula MT
Favorite Trail: Spring Gulch
Best Use(s): Mountain Bike, Gravel, Daily Wear / Casual
No better belt out there

This is my second Arcade belt, the first is 4ish years old and still going strong but just looking for some more colors. Simple, light, but functional it's great for biking and as an everyday belt. Only limit I've found for it is heavy backpack waist belts. On a 10 day backpack this summer my 45lb pack hip belt pushed the belt down. I ended up pulling my pants up above the waist strap to compensate. Not sure if there is really a solution out there as a heavier belt would dig into your hip bones under a heavy pack hip belt.