The best method for choosing a belt is to buy one that is 1-2" larger than your pants size. Example, if you wear a size 36 pants, you would choose a size 38 belt. Size 34 waist choose a 36 size belt, 36 waist choose a size 38 belt, 38 waist choose a size 40 belt, etc.
If you wear an odd size pants, say a size 35, and sticking with the 1-2" rule, you would choose a size 36 belt. If you wear a 33 pants, order a size 34 belt, a 35 pants order a 36 belt, 37 pants order a 38 belt, etc.
Convert Inches to Centimeters
(for our customers who use the metric system)
If you would like some help converting from/to metric, the following table may be of assistance: (FYI: Most of our belts are very long to ensure all waist sizes can wear our belts; as a result, when you purchase a belt with a removable buckle or fastener, you can have a craftsman size the belt for you.)