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Goodbye, Belts! Hello.. BeltBro?
Traditional belts with their buckles were a constant source of annoyance, digging into my waist during swings.
November, 11, 2023
by Ed Dale
Ramblings of a Trucker
"As a lifelong golfer, I had no idea a belt buckle was messing up my swing!"
Hours on the road can turn the smallest annoyances into major pains.
And for me, one of those pains was always my belt. Too tight, too loose, always in the way – a constant battle between me and my waistline.
It was at a truck stop where I first heard about BeltBro. Another trucker, seeing me constantly readjusting my belt, leaned over and said, "You gotta ditch that thing and get one."
I was skeptical. A belt with no buckle? Sounded like just another gimmick.
But the discomfort was real, and I was willing to try anything. That night, in my rig, I browsed the BeltBro website.
What I saw was a game-changer – a simple, lightweight belt designed for all-day wear.
No buckle, no hassle. It was made by a small company in Florida, focusing on practicality and comfort.
I decided to order the Titan model. It looked tough enough to handle the rigors of my job and boasted the ability to support light weight attachments.
When it arrived a few days later, I was immediately impressed by its lightness. But the real test came on the road.
As I settled into the driver's seat for a haul, the difference was clear. No digging, no adjusting, just comfort. I barely felt it on!
It's one less thing to worry about as I prepare for a day behind the wheel.
Whether I'm long hauling or resting at a truck stop, it's always there, doing its job without a fuss.
What I appreciate most is its durability, I just leave it on my pants and put it through the washer and dryer.
It's tough, built to last, and withstands the daily grind of a trucker's life.
I never thought I'd be an advocate for a belt, of all things. But here I am, telling my fellow truckers about the comfort and practicality of BeltBro.
It's not just a belt; it's a vital tool for anyone who spends their life on the road.