Belts made from usually textiled back PVC folded over and glued together, sometimers also reinforced with stitching. Not unsurprisingly, many have become unglued over the years but still preserve some vintage charm and their welded buckles!
New Nicely green double layer textile-backed PVC belt. The ends feature a descrete decorative weld. The belt is grommeted and have a shiny metal buckle.
Thin black belt in textile backed PVC that is folded over and glued together. It has a skinny welded buckle without pin.
Hot pink double layer textile-backed PVC belt. The round welded buckle has no pins.
Another double layer textile-backed PVC belt in bright red. The nicely rounded welded buckle has two gold pins.
A brown belt with textured textile-backed PVC, folded over and glued together. The welded buckle has two gold pins.
A purple belt made in smooth textile-backed PVC, folded over and glued together as two layers. The welded buckle has an unusual oval shape.
A red belt made from a textile-backed PVC that here is folded over and glued together as two layers. The large square buckle that is covered in welded PVC is probably the weak part here, the thick belt with eyeletted holes should hold out for prolonged heavy wear.
A similar belt in textile-backed and textured PVC with four decorative seams. It has the same beatutifully rounded and plastic clad buckle as the violet belt below.
A violet version of the belt shown above. The covered buckle is slightly off in color with a more blueish tint.
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