Belt Sizing

We want to help you order the correct size belt the first time. Since everyone sizes belts differently, finding the right size can be confusing, but it doesn't have to be!  

under the tree ithaca belt sizing

The best way to make sure you order the correct size is to measure your old belt.

Please note: The sizes we offer correspond to the length of the belt to the center hole, not pant size. 

Refer to the following belt size chart for reference: 

under the tree ithaca belt sizing


1. Lay your old belt flat on a table with the buckle end lined up with a tape measure.
2. Measure the length of the belt to the hole you most commonly wear (include the length of the buckle in your measurement).
3. Place an order for a belt in that size. (For example, if your belt is 36" to the hole you use most often, place an order for a 36" belt. A 36" belt has holes at 34", 35", 36", 37", and 38". See above diagram for an example of a 36" belt.)
4. In general, we find that the proper size belt tends to be 4 inches longer than a man's pant size. For example, if your husband wears size 32 pants, a 36" belt will likely fit. Please double check your measurements, and send us a message if you have any questions. 

***If you are unsure of what size to purchase, please send us an email at We are happy to help you find the perfect fit. It is your responsibility to order the correct size. If you order the wrong size, we will exchange it, but you will be responsible for return shipping.***

For a 3/4"belt:

For a 1.25" belt:

For a 1.5" belt:

under the tree leather belt