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Grip6 Belts - Pre Black Friday Deal - 40% Off after Coupon

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Grip6 Belts - Pre Black Friday Deal - 40% Off after Coupon

Seems to work on most everything, aside from the Business & Premium packs which already reflect 40% off before the coupon cod. Free shipping over $50

Code is: CUSTOMER40

https://grip6.com/

I purchased a strap/buckle, back in the Spring, to try out and had been waiting for a better discount than their usual 15% off. This one I couldn't pass up. By the way, I have NO affiliation with these guys. Just really like the belt design and it's made in the USA.
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Created 11-09-2017 at 07:36 PM by amademan78
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This is a great deal. I have all the color buckles, including the carbon fiber and most of the straps. I wear them daily. The carbon fiber is great because you can wear it through airport security.
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For $10 more you can buy a legitimate leather belt from saddleback that will last you a decade+
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For $10 more you can buy a legitimate leather belt from saddleback that will last you a decade+
​Grip6 belts carry a lifetime warranty
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This thread is filled with shills.
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At first, I thought I read "webbing" belt as "wedding" belt on the website. (I'm dyslexic. Glasses2 ) However, the website doesn't even show how this kind of belt works. How do you buckle and unbuckle it?
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At first, I thought I read "webbing" belt as "wedding" belt on the website. (I'm dyslexic. Glasses2 ) However, the website doesn't even show how this kind of belt works. How do you buckle and unbuckle it?
If you go to the menu there is a how to section with a video.
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This thread is filled with shills.
Some do seem questionable. Despite that, I first saw these in a facebook ad and thought it was just another gimmicky kick start product but after buying one, I'll probably never go back to those canvas D ring type belts. They are a bit pricey though considering those D ring belts come pretty cheap but they also never seem to last or stay tight.
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FWIW, at one point earlier this year, they actually discounted the carbon fiber belts a little more on Amazon...I paid $49 for one during that sale. I really want the CF Silverglass next, not sure if it's going to drop down to $49 again on Black Friday, or if 40% is as low as they'll go this time.

In any case, I own a few of these myself, and can confirm these belts are legit worth their cost. The buckles are truly well made, especially the carbon fiber ones. Also agree that after handling the webbing on these in person, I would never go back to the canvas belts at the local department stores...they feel like cheap toys in comparison. Sooner or later the stitching always breaks and unravels on those, the chances of it happening on a Grip6 is extremely unlikely. I've also never had it loosen up on me ever to date once worn.

I do wish that they could make a dressier version of their belt that is slimmer in both the belt and buckle width, and preferably find some way to make a leather version work with their buckles. Much as I would love to use it with a button down and slacks, it just does not look right...moreso due to the width of the belt and the size of the buckle. I was pretty surprised by how huge the buckle was, but it is at least light, especially the carbon fiber versions.
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