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Bison Designs, LLC
735 South Lincoln
Longmont, CO 80501

38mm - Last Chance™ Light Duty Gunmetal Buckle

38mm - Last Chance™ Light Duty Gunmetal Buckle

Average: 5 (1 vote)

$26.00 to $36.00


  • Inspired by the belts used by Wild Land Firefighters and Smoke Jumpers
  • Single layer Nylon webbing is flexible and comfortable for casual wear
  • High strength aircraft aluminum V-ring buckle
  • Double back to lock into place

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Technical Specs

Belt Use Technical
Belt Material Nylon
Buckle Type Tri-Glide Buckle
Buckle Material Aircraft Aluminum
Width 38mm (1.5" inches)
Gender Men's


Bought one of these belts last year and buying my second one in another color. I would highly recommend this belt to anyone. Very sturdy belt but not stiff. Always comfortable. The buckle is well made and works as it should.
Your rating: 5

I got mine as a gift, and that led to my discovery of Bison Designs. I liked this belt so much I bought another. It does not slip at all and looks great.
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It’s all about the buckle, this one shows up nice against the webbing. Own 4 & keep adding to my collection.
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5 Stars All the way! I love this Belt! I have once since 2015 or so, and realized it was time to buy another. You figure six years for almost every day use is amazing. It holds up, durable, I wash it and the color remains in tact. I get compliments all the time. Gunmetal means silver. Lynn, the customer care professional was very helpful in helping me to re-select this belt. Thank you all at Bison. Keep up the good work for the world. A loyal customer. Kind Regards, Mark
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Belt Size Chart

Single Ply Webbing

Size Total Length Max Waist
M 44" 38"
L 48" 42"
XL 52" 46"

*These sizes are recommended to allow a 6" tail of excess to pull through belt loops.

This belt can be trimmed to fit. Trim the tail end of the belt with a pair of scissors to your desired length. Prevent fraying by sealing the edge with a flat heat source, such as the flat side of an iron, turned up to the hottest setting. Once the iron is cool any residue will wipe off.