When we decided to kill overpricing in menswear we started with awesome fitting pants. Rakish belts are clearly a natural progression. But more importantly, belts as of late have been ridiculously overpriced.
The Washingtonian troubadour said it best - "Fifty dollars for a t-shirt belt? I call that getting swindled and pimped". Why? Because I've "only got twenty dollars in my pocket". We hear you Professor Haggerty, we hear you.
Introducing the Jomers belt - a 100% cotton macrame belt with fine Italian leather trims, made stateside by one of Manhattan's oldest belt manufacturers. And yes, only twenty dollars. No thrift shopping required.