Extreme Comfort

Designed by three active buddies (a pro skier, engineer, and coach), the Arcade Belt is made to stand up to anything from sitting to walking the dog to extreme athletic endeavors. Rugged and comfortable, these low-profile elastic belts won’t pinch or get in your way. Founders Cody Townsend, David Bronkie, and Tristan Queen were frustrated skiing with belts that restricted their movement and hurt to fall on. After an exhaustive analysis of the traditional belt’s shortcomings, the trio invented something far superior. Weatherproof and stretchy, the Arcade Belt meets the demands of active sports, but anyone can appreciate its performance. The smooth, stretchy nylon moves comfortably with you. Sized to fit almost anyone, the high-quality elastic will last for years without giving out. The flat, durable buckle won’t leave a bulge under your shirt and, when the belt needs cleaning, you can throw the whole thing in the wash. The one-size-fits-most designs (no holes) are easy to adjust for different styles of pants, too. With styles from casual to classy, wear one out with friends or even to a meeting. Whether you’re sitting at a desk or scaling El Capitan, you’ll enjoy the Arcade Belt’s smooth profile—no bulging, pinching, or adjusting.

Arcade Belts

Active Lifestyle Belt

Extreme Comfort

Designed by three active buddies (a pro skier, engineer, and coach), the Arcade Belt is made to stand up to anything from sitting to walking the dog to extreme athletic endeavors. Rugged and comfortable, these low-profile elastic belts won’t pinch or get in your way. Founders Cody Townsend, David Bronkie, and Tristan Queen were frustrated skiing with belts that restricted their movement and hurt to fall on. After an exhaustive analysis of the traditional belt’s shortcomings, the trio invented something far superior. Weatherproof and stretchy, the Arcade Belt meets the demands of active sports, but anyone can appreciate its performance. The smooth, stretchy nylon moves comfortably with you. Sized to fit almost anyone, the high-quality elastic will last for years without giving out. The flat, durable buckle won’t leave a bulge under your shirt and, when the belt needs cleaning, you can throw the whole thing in the wash. The one-size-fits-most designs (no holes) are easy to adjust for different styles of pants, too. With styles from casual to classy, wear one out with friends or even to a meeting. Whether you’re sitting at a desk or scaling El Capitan, you’ll enjoy the Arcade Belt’s smooth profile—no bulging, pinching, or adjusting.
Independent Maker

Grommet Launch Conversation

Grommet Launch Conversation

  • Cody
    Cody

    Hello everyone! I'm proud to introduce Arcade Belts to The Grommet. I'd be happy to answer any questions you have!

  • Woody
    Woody
    8/14/2015 12:31 PM

    Is this all the styles? I am from Florida and we like sea life.

  • Cody
    Cody – Special Guest
    8/14/2015 12:48 PM

    @Woody Hey Woody. This is the selection that the Grommet is currently carrying. There are more styles available at our retailers and on our website. To see if there is local retailer in your area, check out our Retailer page at our website. Thanks.

  • Dr. James T.
    Dr. James T.
    8/14/2015 12:39 PM

    You said one size fits all. What is the maximum waist size it will fit?

  • Cody
    Cody – Special Guest
    8/14/2015 12:50 PM

    @Dr. James T. Hello there Doctor. To clarify, it's technically one size fits 'most' and these belts max out at 44 inches.

  • William
    William
    8/14/2015 2:19 PM

    @Cody So to clarify is the total length of the belt 44" or does it fit a size 44 pant?

  • Steve
    Steve
    8/14/2015 3:00 PM

    @William I too would like to know. For instance if I am a size 44" then does it have any elastic properties left or is it just stretched to the maximum.?

  • Cody
    Cody – Special Guest
    8/14/2015 3:18 PM

    @Steve and @William. To clarify, it stretches to a wearable 44", it can stretch a little beyond that but would be a bit constricting at that point.

  • Shelia
    Shelia
    8/14/2015 12:44 PM

    And minimum waist size?

  • Cody
    Cody – Special Guest
    8/14/2015 12:53 PM

    @Shelia Hey Shelia, technically there is no minimum waist size. Because of the sliding fit, you can fit all the way down to kid's sizes and trim the excess material. Because it's jacquard woven nylon a snip of the excess and a quick singe of the end with a lighter will prevent fraying.

  • Diana
    Diana
    8/14/2015 12:55 PM

    Thank you!!

  • Diana
    Diana
    8/14/2015 12:54 PM

    I love this belt and would purchase one for each of my sons; however, one of them has a very small waist. Please give us the minimum waist size. Thanks.

  • Ariella
    Ariella
    8/14/2015 1:03 PM

    I admit when it said arcade belt, by Nerd-dar went off and I came running to see an Astrroid belt like the one I had in the 80's/. Smooth upgrade of the elestic belts with metal cross bar closures. Love it! Now make one with Asteroids fighters on it LOL. Better yet, Enterprise:)

  • Ariella
    Ariella
    8/14/2015 1:03 PM

    @Ariella oy my typing...Just ignore it.

  • Mike
    Mike – Grommet Team
    8/14/2015 1:50 PM

    I thought the same thing when I heard it, Ariella! Asteroid fighters battling the Enterprise? Is that too crazy??

  • Jeff
    Jeff
    8/14/2015 1:36 PM

    I love the belt, but I really dislike your name on the buckle and the tag in the front. I don't want to be a billboard. If you send the belt for free I will advertise for you. If I pay you for it, I prefer not to. Make one without the ads and I will buy it in a heartbeat.

  • David
    David
    8/14/2015 1:46 PM

    @Jeff Its referred to as "branding"...if you don't wear things with branding/logos on it you are going to have pretty slim pickings in this day and age.

  • Mike
    Mike – Grommet Team
    8/14/2015 1:47 PM

    Hi Jeff, glad you like it! Luckily, because you will probably be wearing this belt in the midst of adventurous activities, people won't have the time to notice the name or logo while you're hiking up or shredding down a mountain.

    The logo is easy to play off anyway. Just say A stands for "adventure," which it kind of does. No one in their right mind is going to question that. As for "Arcade" on the side, it is a pretty good name to have on the side of a belt. The only question you should get about it is "Whoa, did you get that cool belt at an arcade?" To which you can answer, "No, it's actually an Arcade Belt and I found it on The Grommet. Are you not getting their daily emails? What is wrong with you?" We'll help them out from there!

  • Dorota
    Dorota
    8/14/2015 1:49 PM

    Any chance the buckle is nickel free? I love your belts!!

  • David
    David
    8/14/2015 1:50 PM

    @Dorota

  • David
    David
    8/14/2015 1:51 PM

    I believe it says the buckles are plastic

  • Cody
    Cody – Special Guest
    8/14/2015 1:52 PM

    @David Hey Dorota, these belts are completely metal free, so definitely no nickel.

  • Tommy
    Tommy
    8/14/2015 2:13 PM

    Really like the Foundation belt. I assume it will easily work for a dude with a 30-31 inch waist.

    Tommy

  • Cody
    Cody – Special Guest
    8/14/2015 2:14 PM

    @Tommy Thanks Tommy, it's one of my favorites too. Not only will it fit ya perfectly with that waist size, the grey heather color goes with just about any color pants and shirts.

  • Tommy
    Tommy
    8/14/2015 2:26 PM

    @Cody

  • Tommy
    Tommy
    8/14/2015 2:27 PM

    @Tommy Perfect Cody. I take some pride in dressing well, if not somewhat hip as a 45 year old dude, and never really thought about it until I looked at your belts, but I don't own a single one that isn't either brown or black. Need to change that. Off to place my order :)!

  • Cody
    Cody – Special Guest
    8/14/2015 3:03 PM

    @Tommy Awesome Tommy, besides making a more functional, more comfortable and more useful belt, adding a little style into a once boring accessory has been part of our goal with Arcade. Why not add a little fun to your wardrobe in a subtle way.

  • Ethan
    Ethan
    8/14/2015 2:28 PM

    I would totally buy your belt -- if it weren't for the in-your-face logo placement. Can these be removed without damaging the belt?

  • Mike
    Mike – Grommet Team
    8/14/2015 2:36 PM

    Hi Ethan, as I said above to Jeff, you'll be wearing this in the heat of adventure so it isn't in your face. It's also fairly subtle when you see it in person. You can try removing it but I don't think there is a guarantee it won't damage the belt. If someone says anything you could also throw out, "hey, my eyes are up here!"

  • Jack
    Jack
    8/14/2015 2:38 PM

    Why would you spend $26 when you can get elastic belts for $9?

  • Mike
    Mike – Grommet Team
    8/14/2015 2:45 PM

    A matter of preference I suppose, Jack. If you buy an Arcade Belt you are supporting an independent maker. That'll make your waist AND conscious feel great. Chances are with a $9 belt you are not. Also, you are probably just getting a giant elastic.

  • Cody
    Cody – Special Guest
    8/14/2015 2:58 PM

    @Mike Hey Jack, that's a great question and I'll reiterate what Mike said in a different way. With over 5 years of being in business, we've constantly sought the best materials and methods to make a belt that is more comfortable, more useful and more durable than your average no-name belt. They've been worn, tested and survived in everywhere from the South Pole to very close to the North Pole, have been up to some of the highest peaks in the Himalaya and worn by some of the best athletes in the world across many different sports and have proven to be useful for almost every activity that requires pants/shorts. That quality comes from our investment into testing, refining and building the best belt we can. As Mike said, chances are that a $9 belt doesn't have that commitment to quality.

  • Jeffery
    Jeffery
    8/14/2015 5:18 PM

    @Cody

    Elastic and plastic for $26 bucks? Rugged? My riggers belt is "rugged" and it was only $21 bucks and I can rappel from a Blackhawk with it. It’s also MIL-STD-858 certified with parachute grade buckle and made with a "Nylon" weave webbing rated at 7,000 lbs. tensile strength, which is also used for seatbelts and also used for towing. Not to mention, out of the 24 belts I own (including this one), none of them bare any branding on the buckle or on the outside of the belt. Perhaps on the inside, but nothing visible when wearing it. All I’m saying is $26 bucks is a tough call for a belt made of that material and used with some denim or lighter to go watch a movie, do some shopping with the fam-bam, or for my kid to go ride a skateboard. I can't even think of anything I do athletic that requires a belt...I'm just saying...and btw, TSA still requires you to remove your belt regardless of material. They have been known to interfere with full-body scanners and for the sake of consistency with the rule. Some airports don't have full-body scanners, especially the smaller ones. I mean, if the pilot has to remove his/her belt, then so are we. Anyway, don’t get me wrong, I like the belt, but it's pricey and you need change that sales pitch video...it killed it for me and everyone here at the office….

  • Mike
    Mike – Grommet Team
    8/14/2015 5:35 PM

    Hi Jefferey, thanks for the comment. The idea behind the Arcade Belt was for use in the active lifestyle. While you can wear it to watch a movie, for your kid to ride on a skateboard or even on a shopping spree with the fam-bam, its uses are at their most effective when used for more vigorous activities. Skiing, hiking, and even skateboarding just to name a few.

    We're glad you like it and it sounds like your belt game is already on point. But if you're ever looking to splurge an extra five dollars and put another notch in your belt collection, we're sure you'll find Arcade Belts add comfort to adventure!

  • Cody
    Cody – Special Guest
    8/14/2015 5:51 PM

    @Jeffery Hey Jeffrey, thanks for sharing your thoughts. Great points to bring up for sure and as you allude to, every product has its intended purpose. Arcade's products were shaped by an intended purpose and that was to meet the needs of athletes, adventurers and generally active people. From skiing to skating, mountain climbing to hiking, flexible movement, long lasting comfort, low profile buckles and all-weather durability were what those sports and athletes demanded. The alternative that many of these athletes used before our product were riggers belts that they often found too stiff or bulky, leather belts that broke down in water and weather and boy scout style belts that didn't hold tight after a couple months of use. When we launched Arcade, we sought to address those specific problems and create a product that was more useful for those type of people. Along those lines, something with a little bit of branding and color is what separates our products from more toned down belts of the past. It's a way to add a little fun into a normally bland accessory. It's just part of who we are I guess.

    Lastly, from personal experience, I've been told to take off my belt at TSA as well and have shown them it's plastic and been waved through everytime (both through scanners and metal detectors). Others may have different experiences but a strong majority of our customers have reported back us that getting though security has been nothing but a breeze for them with our Standard Series belts.

    Again, thanks for your thoughts and input. It's always welcomed.

  • Carol
    Carol
    8/14/2015 11:55 PM

    @Cody

    Good luck with your product. I am not overly impressed with people that have to print their knowledge of climbing and flying and knock down an entrepreneur in the process. I guess Jeffrey has enough belts with 24.

  • david
    david
    8/14/2015 3:27 PM

    david-would like to know the width of the belt

  • Cody
    Cody – Special Guest
    8/14/2015 3:53 PM

    @david Hey David, they are 1.5 inches wide. It's a pretty standard belt width.

  • Susan
    Susan
    8/14/2015 4:05 PM

    @Cody are there any plans to make a longer belt?

  • Cody
    Cody – Special Guest
    8/14/2015 4:38 PM

    @Susan We don't currently have any longer sizes than offered but are working on longer sizes for the future.

  • Jim
    Jim
    8/14/2015 7:03 PM

    @Cody Any plans to make a 2" wide belt ? Lots of pants take that size.

  • KAREN   L
    KAREN L
    8/14/2015 7:44 PM

    WHERE IS IT MADE?

  • Mike
    Mike – Grommet Team
    8/16/2015 3:46 PM

    Hi Karen, Arcade Belts are made in China.

  • Stephanie
    Stephanie
    8/14/2015 8:35 PM

    How about for shoeing horses? Really hot out here and it's up and down, bent over for long periods of time and can NOT stand anything digging in. I've been wearing the old guy braided elastic for the past few years, it would be nice to have something new. Think yours can stand up to that?

  • Mike
    Mike – Grommet Team
    8/16/2015 3:49 PM

    Absolutely I think it will, Stephanie!

The launch day conversation has ended. Please direct further questions about this Grommet to our Community Experience Team.

 

Arcade Belts

Active Lifestyle Belt

Extreme Comfort

Designed by three active buddies (a pro skier, engineer, and coach), the Arcade Belt is made to stand up to anything from sitting to walking the dog to extreme athletic endeavors. Rugged and comfortable, these low-profile elastic belts won’t pinch or get in your way.

Founders Cody Townsend, David Bronkie, and Tristan Queen were
frustrated skiing with belts that restricted their movement and hurt to fall on. After an exhaustive analysis of the traditional belt’s shortcomings, the trio invented something far superior.

Weatherproof and stretchy, the Arcade Belt meets the demands of active sports, but anyone can appreciate its performance. The smooth, stretchy nylon moves comfortably with you. Sized to fit almost anyone, the high-quality elastic will last for years without giving out. The flat, durable buckle won’t leave a bulge under your shirt and, when the belt needs cleaning, you can throw the whole thing in the wash.

The one-size-fits-most designs (no holes) are easy to adjust for different styles of pants, too. With styles from casual to classy, wear one out with friends or even to a meeting. Whether you’re sitting at a desk or scaling El Capitan, you’ll enjoy the Arcade Belt’s smooth profile—no bulging, pinching, or adjusting.
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The perfect belt for skiing. And hiking. And sitting.

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Grommet Launch Conversation

  • Cody
    Cody

    Hello everyone! I'm proud to introduce Arcade Belts to The Grommet. I'd be happy to answer any questions you have!

  • Woody
    Woody
    8/14/2015 12:31 PM

    Is this all the styles? I am from Florida and we like sea life.

  • Cody
    Cody – Special Guest
    8/14/2015 12:48 PM

    @Woody Hey Woody. This is the selection that the Grommet is currently carrying. There are more styles available at our retailers and on our website. To see if there is local retailer in your area, check out our Retailer page at our website. Thanks.

  • Dr. James T.
    Dr. James T.
    8/14/2015 12:39 PM

    You said one size fits all. What is the maximum waist size it will fit?

  • Cody
    Cody – Special Guest
    8/14/2015 12:50 PM

    @Dr. James T. Hello there Doctor. To clarify, it's technically one size fits 'most' and these belts max out at 44 inches.

  • William
    William
    8/14/2015 2:19 PM

    @Cody So to clarify is the total length of the belt 44" or does it fit a size 44 pant?

  • Steve
    Steve
    8/14/2015 3:00 PM

    @William I too would like to know. For instance if I am a size 44" then does it have any elastic properties left or is it just stretched to the maximum.?

  • Cody
    Cody – Special Guest
    8/14/2015 3:18 PM

    @Steve and @William. To clarify, it stretches to a wearable 44", it can stretch a little beyond that but would be a bit constricting at that point.

  • Shelia
    Shelia
    8/14/2015 12:44 PM

    And minimum waist size?

  • Cody
    Cody – Special Guest
    8/14/2015 12:53 PM

    @Shelia Hey Shelia, technically there is no minimum waist size. Because of the sliding fit, you can fit all the way down to kid's sizes and trim the excess material. Because it's jacquard woven nylon a snip of the excess and a quick singe of the end with a lighter will prevent fraying.

  • Diana
    Diana
    8/14/2015 12:55 PM

    Thank you!!

  • Diana
    Diana
    8/14/2015 12:54 PM

    I love this belt and would purchase one for each of my sons; however, one of them has a very small waist. Please give us the minimum waist size. Thanks.

  • Ariella
    Ariella
    8/14/2015 1:03 PM

    I admit when it said arcade belt, by Nerd-dar went off and I came running to see an Astrroid belt like the one I had in the 80's/. Smooth upgrade of the elestic belts with metal cross bar closures. Love it! Now make one with Asteroids fighters on it LOL. Better yet, Enterprise:)

  • Ariella
    Ariella
    8/14/2015 1:03 PM

    @Ariella oy my typing...Just ignore it.

  • Mike
    Mike – Grommet Team
    8/14/2015 1:50 PM

    I thought the same thing when I heard it, Ariella! Asteroid fighters battling the Enterprise? Is that too crazy??

  • Jeff
    Jeff
    8/14/2015 1:36 PM

    I love the belt, but I really dislike your name on the buckle and the tag in the front. I don't want to be a billboard. If you send the belt for free I will advertise for you. If I pay you for it, I prefer not to. Make one without the ads and I will buy it in a heartbeat.

  • David
    David
    8/14/2015 1:46 PM

    @Jeff Its referred to as "branding"...if you don't wear things with branding/logos on it you are going to have pretty slim pickings in this day and age.

  • Mike
    Mike – Grommet Team
    8/14/2015 1:47 PM

    Hi Jeff, glad you like it! Luckily, because you will probably be wearing this belt in the midst of adventurous activities, people won't have the time to notice the name or logo while you're hiking up or shredding down a mountain.

    The logo is easy to play off anyway. Just say A stands for "adventure," which it kind of does. No one in their right mind is going to question that. As for "Arcade" on the side, it is a pretty good name to have on the side of a belt. The only question you should get about it is "Whoa, did you get that cool belt at an arcade?" To which you can answer, "No, it's actually an Arcade Belt and I found it on The Grommet. Are you not getting their daily emails? What is wrong with you?" We'll help them out from there!

  • Dorota
    Dorota
    8/14/2015 1:49 PM

    Any chance the buckle is nickel free? I love your belts!!

  • David
    David
    8/14/2015 1:50 PM

    @Dorota

  • David
    David
    8/14/2015 1:51 PM

    I believe it says the buckles are plastic

  • Cody
    Cody – Special Guest
    8/14/2015 1:52 PM

    @David Hey Dorota, these belts are completely metal free, so definitely no nickel.

  • Tommy
    Tommy
    8/14/2015 2:13 PM

    Really like the Foundation belt. I assume it will easily work for a dude with a 30-31 inch waist.

    Tommy

  • Cody
    Cody – Special Guest
    8/14/2015 2:14 PM

    @Tommy Thanks Tommy, it's one of my favorites too. Not only will it fit ya perfectly with that waist size, the grey heather color goes with just about any color pants and shirts.

  • Tommy
    Tommy
    8/14/2015 2:26 PM

    @Cody

  • Tommy
    Tommy
    8/14/2015 2:27 PM

    @Tommy Perfect Cody. I take some pride in dressing well, if not somewhat hip as a 45 year old dude, and never really thought about it until I looked at your belts, but I don't own a single one that isn't either brown or black. Need to change that. Off to place my order :)!

  • Cody
    Cody – Special Guest
    8/14/2015 3:03 PM

    @Tommy Awesome Tommy, besides making a more functional, more comfortable and more useful belt, adding a little style into a once boring accessory has been part of our goal with Arcade. Why not add a little fun to your wardrobe in a subtle way.

  • Ethan
    Ethan
    8/14/2015 2:28 PM

    I would totally buy your belt -- if it weren't for the in-your-face logo placement. Can these be removed without damaging the belt?

  • Mike
    Mike – Grommet Team
    8/14/2015 2:36 PM

    Hi Ethan, as I said above to Jeff, you'll be wearing this in the heat of adventure so it isn't in your face. It's also fairly subtle when you see it in person. You can try removing it but I don't think there is a guarantee it won't damage the belt. If someone says anything you could also throw out, "hey, my eyes are up here!"

  • Jack
    Jack
    8/14/2015 2:38 PM

    Why would you spend $26 when you can get elastic belts for $9?

  • Mike
    Mike – Grommet Team
    8/14/2015 2:45 PM

    A matter of preference I suppose, Jack. If you buy an Arcade Belt you are supporting an independent maker. That'll make your waist AND conscious feel great. Chances are with a $9 belt you are not. Also, you are probably just getting a giant elastic.

  • Cody
    Cody – Special Guest
    8/14/2015 2:58 PM

    @Mike Hey Jack, that's a great question and I'll reiterate what Mike said in a different way. With over 5 years of being in business, we've constantly sought the best materials and methods to make a belt that is more comfortable, more useful and more durable than your average no-name belt. They've been worn, tested and survived in everywhere from the South Pole to very close to the North Pole, have been up to some of the highest peaks in the Himalaya and worn by some of the best athletes in the world across many different sports and have proven to be useful for almost every activity that requires pants/shorts. That quality comes from our investment into testing, refining and building the best belt we can. As Mike said, chances are that a $9 belt doesn't have that commitment to quality.

  • Jeffery
    Jeffery
    8/14/2015 5:18 PM

    @Cody

    Elastic and plastic for $26 bucks? Rugged? My riggers belt is "rugged" and it was only $21 bucks and I can rappel from a Blackhawk with it. It’s also MIL-STD-858 certified with parachute grade buckle and made with a "Nylon" weave webbing rated at 7,000 lbs. tensile strength, which is also used for seatbelts and also used for towing. Not to mention, out of the 24 belts I own (including this one), none of them bare any branding on the buckle or on the outside of the belt. Perhaps on the inside, but nothing visible when wearing it. All I’m saying is $26 bucks is a tough call for a belt made of that material and used with some denim or lighter to go watch a movie, do some shopping with the fam-bam, or for my kid to go ride a skateboard. I can't even think of anything I do athletic that requires a belt...I'm just saying...and btw, TSA still requires you to remove your belt regardless of material. They have been known to interfere with full-body scanners and for the sake of consistency with the rule. Some airports don't have full-body scanners, especially the smaller ones. I mean, if the pilot has to remove his/her belt, then so are we. Anyway, don’t get me wrong, I like the belt, but it's pricey and you need change that sales pitch video...it killed it for me and everyone here at the office….

  • Mike
    Mike – Grommet Team
    8/14/2015 5:35 PM

    Hi Jefferey, thanks for the comment. The idea behind the Arcade Belt was for use in the active lifestyle. While you can wear it to watch a movie, for your kid to ride on a skateboard or even on a shopping spree with the fam-bam, its uses are at their most effective when used for more vigorous activities. Skiing, hiking, and even skateboarding just to name a few.

    We're glad you like it and it sounds like your belt game is already on point. But if you're ever looking to splurge an extra five dollars and put another notch in your belt collection, we're sure you'll find Arcade Belts add comfort to adventure!

  • Cody
    Cody – Special Guest
    8/14/2015 5:51 PM

    @Jeffery Hey Jeffrey, thanks for sharing your thoughts. Great points to bring up for sure and as you allude to, every product has its intended purpose. Arcade's products were shaped by an intended purpose and that was to meet the needs of athletes, adventurers and generally active people. From skiing to skating, mountain climbing to hiking, flexible movement, long lasting comfort, low profile buckles and all-weather durability were what those sports and athletes demanded. The alternative that many of these athletes used before our product were riggers belts that they often found too stiff or bulky, leather belts that broke down in water and weather and boy scout style belts that didn't hold tight after a couple months of use. When we launched Arcade, we sought to address those specific problems and create a product that was more useful for those type of people. Along those lines, something with a little bit of branding and color is what separates our products from more toned down belts of the past. It's a way to add a little fun into a normally bland accessory. It's just part of who we are I guess.

    Lastly, from personal experience, I've been told to take off my belt at TSA as well and have shown them it's plastic and been waved through everytime (both through scanners and metal detectors). Others may have different experiences but a strong majority of our customers have reported back us that getting though security has been nothing but a breeze for them with our Standard Series belts.

    Again, thanks for your thoughts and input. It's always welcomed.

  • Carol
    Carol
    8/14/2015 11:55 PM

    @Cody

    Good luck with your product. I am not overly impressed with people that have to print their knowledge of climbing and flying and knock down an entrepreneur in the process. I guess Jeffrey has enough belts with 24.

  • david
    david
    8/14/2015 3:27 PM

    david-would like to know the width of the belt

  • Cody
    Cody – Special Guest
    8/14/2015 3:53 PM

    @david Hey David, they are 1.5 inches wide. It's a pretty standard belt width.

  • Susan
    Susan
    8/14/2015 4:05 PM

    @Cody are there any plans to make a longer belt?

  • Cody
    Cody – Special Guest
    8/14/2015 4:38 PM

    @Susan We don't currently have any longer sizes than offered but are working on longer sizes for the future.

  • Jim
    Jim
    8/14/2015 7:03 PM

    @Cody Any plans to make a 2" wide belt ? Lots of pants take that size.

  • KAREN   L
    KAREN L
    8/14/2015 7:44 PM

    WHERE IS IT MADE?

  • Mike
    Mike – Grommet Team
    8/16/2015 3:46 PM

    Hi Karen, Arcade Belts are made in China.

  • Stephanie
    Stephanie
    8/14/2015 8:35 PM

    How about for shoeing horses? Really hot out here and it's up and down, bent over for long periods of time and can NOT stand anything digging in. I've been wearing the old guy braided elastic for the past few years, it would be nice to have something new. Think yours can stand up to that?

  • Mike
    Mike – Grommet Team
    8/16/2015 3:49 PM

    Absolutely I think it will, Stephanie!

The launch day conversation has ended. Please direct further questions about this Grommet to our Community Experience Team.