Thursday, July 31, 2014

Product Review: Mission Belt Company

What’s the worst thing about the belt you’re currently wearing on the golf course? Are the holes stretched out? Is it cracked? Are you between sizes (most belt holes are about an inch apart - leaving the “in-betweeners” with too tight or too loose a fit. Do you only have one color - black, for instance?

Let’s face it, golf is a stylish game. Take care to wear the right shorts, shirt, hat and shoes and you look nice. Strap on the wrong belt and you look like a schmuck. Not if you know about Mission Belt Company.

Mission Belt Co. grew out of a desire to be socially responsible by helping in the fight against global hunger and poverty. We’re all aware of the phrase: Give a man a fish and he’ll eat for a day. Teach a man to fish and he’ll eat for a lifetime. Similarly, Mission Belt donates a dollar from every belt sold to groups like Kiva - a non-profit, peer-to-peer micro-lending organization.

Luis Melendez of Panama has benefitted from such a cause - leaving a back-breaking job on the docks to start a small bussing company. From one bus to three, Melendez is a success story.

Heartwarming and inspirational, but how can a Mission Belt solve your style dilemma? First, it has no holes and it adjusts every 1/4 inch - not every inch - providing an exact, comfortable fit. Plus, this leather won’t crack. Colors? They’ve got the hue for you - from black, navy and red to white, yellow pink and so many more.

Beyond belts ... Mission also has myriad buckles from which to choose. Customize until your heart is content.

To learn more about Mission Belt and/or their mission, log onto A worthy cause that’s in your style interest ... Mission Belt Co. is fighting global hunger and poverty one belt at a time, and making golfers look great while doing it.

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