Mission Belt #Review ~ Don’t get locked in! #MissionBeltCo #ad

I received the product mentioned below in order to facilitate my review. All opinions are my own and may differ from yours.

 

Mission Belt ~ The No Hole Belt as seen on Shark Tank!

 

When one of the Sharks invest in someone’s idea, you know that it has to be a good idea. One of those is the No Hole Mission Belt. It has a release lever that locks in the track every 1/4 inch and can be slid on and off quickly and easily (as long as you know how it works…before you put it on!) With every Mission Belt sold, $1 goes towards the fight against global hunger and poverty. It might not sound like a lot, but every little bit helps and adds up.

So we are adding the Mission Belt to our 2014 Holiday Gift Guide. Have you ever gone out to eat or to a wedding and felt like you ate so much that you are busting at the seams? Been there, done that! But it doesn’t look good when guys walk around with their belts undone because it’s too tight. The Mission Belt took care of that problem.

 The No Hole Mission Belt has a release lever that locks in the track every 1/4 inch and can be slid on & off quickly & easily with a no crack guarantee.

 

About Mission Belt:

It all started when Luis Melendez realized that small loans to ambitious, hard working people can really pay off in the long run. That’s when he got sold on the idea of micro lending. And the No Hole Mission Belt was born. They have sold 1000’s of belts and thousands of dollars have gone to help hard working people who need a hand up.

The Mission Belt is available in many colors and different style belt buckles. We chose the ‘Iron‘ belt because my husband doesn’t dress up too much hardly ever. The ‘Iron’ belt has a rugged look that he can wear daily while doing…pretty much nothing. It has a casual look but can also be worn when he dresses up (which usually means his black jeans and cowboy boots.) It’s available in Black, Dark Brown, White and Light Brown.

 

The No Hole Mission Belt has a release lever that locks in the track every 1/4 inch and can be slid on & off quickly & easily with a no crack guarantee.

 

They just came out with a beautiful Pink Belt in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month and $1 from each goes to fight to eradicate Breast Cancer. I love it!

 

The No Hole Mission Belt has a release lever that locks in the track every 1/4 inch and can be slid on & off quickly & easily with a no crack guarantee.  

Mission Belt Features:

  • No Holes.
  • Perfect Fit.
  • No Cracks.
  • Always Fits.
  • Easy on, Easy off.
  • Interchangeable.
  • Feels Good.
  • It’s Leather.
  • Might possibly last forever!

 

Our Thoughts on the Mission Belt:

It was easy to order and arrived within one week. The first thing you should do when your Mission Belt arrives…make sure you know how to operate it before you put it on. Even though it is super simple and quick to take off and put on, you must know where the release lever so can use the quick release feature. One thing that I think is great is that the leather is guaranteed not to crack. And leather belts can crack not only from a lot of use, but just sitting around…they will dry rot.

 

The No Hole Mission Belt has a release lever that locks in the track every 1/4 inch and can be slid on & off quickly & easily with a no crack guarantee.

 

Where to Buy:

You can purchase the Mission Belt on their website for $26.99 for kids and $34.99 for adults. They also carry you favorite team colors. Connect with Mission Belt on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Instagram.

 

The No Hole Mission Belt has a release lever that locks in the track every 1/4 inch and can be slid on & off quickly & easily with a no crack guarantee.  
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Comments

  1. That looks like a belt I’ll have to try. I’m so sick of all of these others that keep falling apart, slip apart, etc., but this one looks like it may be better and appears to be well constructed. The $34.99 price tag isn’t insane, but it is a bit high for my current financial situation. I stuck a pin in it though. 😉

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