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Gear Review: Jelt Belt

Sarah Gianelli

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20160627_Jelt_BRO_9431The sharp, simple Jelt Belt boasts a host of snazzy features that will make anyone wearing it feel good. Eco-conscious consumers will appreciate that Jelt Belts are made out of recycled plastic water bottles and, working with the Montana Correctional Enterprise Program at the Montana Women’s Prison, manufactured largely here in Montana. The Bozeman-based company also donates $1 of every Jelt Belt purchase to Warriors and Quiet Waters Foundation, a nonprofit that employs fly fishing to heal combat veterans.

Practical people on-the-go will rejoice in Jelt Belt’s stretchy comfort and versatility while zipping through airport security with one less article of clothing to remove—Jelt Belts are completely metal-free. Finally, whether you fancy stripes or solids, fashionistas will dig the retro-inspired design and flat clasp that eradicates any unseemly buckle bulge. And get this—grippy gel lettering holds the belt in place, providing the freedom to accessorize, loops or no loops. –Sarah Gianelli

$30 jeltbelt.com

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