Low Profile Stretch Belt

By Unbelts


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Unbelt is a women’s stretch belt that looks great, feels comfortable, and is easy to forget you have on. It’s so slim it lies flat, closing the gap between your waistband and you. The size is adjustable and you can actually stick it in the wash if it gets dirty. Whether you want to wear it incognito under a shirt or over a tunic, Unbelt will look (and feel) good.

  • Materials: Elastic: 72% polyester, 17% nylon, 11% spandex; Hardware: Zinc alloy
  • Care: Can be left in belt loops during washing. Machine wash cold and hang to dry. Do not iron
  • Stretches and adjusts to hips
  • Adjusts from women’s size 0 to 24X (24 - 90 inches)
  • Free of waistband gaps, keeps pants flush to skin when bending or squatting to help prevent hike-ups
  • Bulk-free buckle design remains low-profile at only an eighth of an inch thick
  • Certified B Corporation, pays fair wages to employees and ensures safe working conditions
  • Can be worn with pants, over cardigans, dresses, or tunics
  • Made in China
  • Dimensions: 1.5" x 0.125"
  • Weight: 0.16 lb

281 Reviews (4.7 out of 5 Grommets)

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Great idea.

2/13/2019 by Susan

I bought 2 of these belts for myself. I like the way they lay flat and don't show under your clothes.



2/13/2019 by Mary

Really like this belt, especially the flat buckle


Love my belt.

2/13/2019 by Grace

Love the belt


Oh how Great is thy belt

2/13/2019 by Tammy

I love this so much I bough 2 for me and 2 for my mom. So great, tighten as you please. Does not show through your tops!!!


Whew. I can wear most of mmm y jeans now.

2/13/2019 by Barb

Got tired of having to hike up my pants all the time. Love these. Have two of them.

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Unbelts | Low Profile Stretch Belt

About Unbelts

Incognito Belt

Besides making great-looking belts, the Unbelt company is committed to doing it in the best way possible. This certified B-Corp pays fair wages to its workers, and ensures safe working conditions for them.

Maker Claire Theaker-Brown was living in Shanghai when she founded the company, so “Made in China” means something very different in her case. It wasn’t outsourcing when the women sewing the belts lived right down the street.

Claire’s proximity to the supply chain for her materials resulted in a closer relationship with manufacturers and a careful, meticulous attention to the details of this sleek (yet comfy!) design.