by Gerald Craft April 23, 2018 1 min read

It’s been one year since we introduced the Cinch web belt! To celebrate the one-year anniversary, we’re introducing tan webbing and lowering the price to $20. From now until May 7, all standard Cinch web belts will start at $20 ($24.99 for Engraved Belts).

Trayvax Tan Cinch Belt

The Cinch web belt has proven to be one of our most popular items. We now manufacture just as many belts as we do wallets. The reason? The Cinch belt is easy to use, cinches down tight without sacrificing comfort, offers a low-profile minimalist design, and interchangeable buckles. Plus, the stiff, MIL-SPEC nylon webbing holds up everyday carry items without coming loose.

Our Cinch web belt always exceeds expectations and adds confidence knowing that this thing will hold up a lot more than just your pants. Get it for $20 and get it in tan. This offer won’t last long.

Always made in the USA and backed by the Trayvax 65-year heirloom warranty.

 


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