Zac Holzapfel, Nate Holzapfel, and Jeff Jensen founded Mission Belt in August of 2011 to provide highly versatile, no-holes belts that can fit a person perfectly at all times. Mission Belt is so-named because it’s a company on a mission. $1 from every belt sold goes to fight against global hunger and poverty.
Mission Belt sent the Mister a belt in the Alloy design.
The belt has no holes, which means it looks smooth and there’s no concern about the holes eventually wearing out. It can fit the Mister perfectly whether he’s put on a few pounds or lost them–no need to create more holes at any stage. It’s handy right after he ate a huge meal because he can loosen it a little!
Overall, the Mister loves the belt! The only negative (which it’s actually more of a desire than a negative) he can think of is that he wishes there were more rugged, casual belts that he can wear when working in the fields. He felt that the belt he received and all the other belts available feel too nice to wear for rough work. But, thus far, his nice-looking belt has been holding up sturdily even while he’s working hard outside!
These are very high-quality, functional, and convenient belts that would make the perfect gift for any man in your life.
You can purchase Mission Belts online at MissionBelt.com. Plus, use the coupon code MEASURINGFLOWER10 between now and September 2, 2013, to receive 10% off your order!
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