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Goes best with a goblet of mead in hand.

Don’t leave home without your trusty Viking engraved Norrona /29 Leather Belt. Besides using it to hold up your pants you’ll never know when a glorious battle needs to be fought and real leather could come in handy.
  • Backcountry.com is the exclusive US retailer for Norrøna products

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Impressive belt!

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Great quality belt, have worn it daily for a few months now and there is no wear whatsoever. I wear a size 36 pant, and i purchased the 95cm size which fits pretty well. I would guess size 34 is the smallest the 95cm size will go. The sheer reflectiveness of the buckle is quite impressive, almost mirror like. Could easily double as a signal mirror.

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Nice

Good quality. Frankly I expected it to be smaller, the picture is misleading a bit. The width of the belt is 4.4 cm (1.73"), the buckle is 5.1 x 9.4 cm. By the way, the belt is adjustable - the buckle can be unscrewed and the belt shortened with a knife or scissors to fit your waist.

The sizing is funky. Anyone know how to...

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The sizing is funky. Anyone know how to make heads or tales of it?

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No guarantees, but Norrona is Swedish, so I'm guessing length in cm. So a 100 would be 39 inches long. If you have a 32 inch waist, add 6 inches of slack is 38, which is 96 cm so the 95 would work. I'd check with the Live Chat guys, but that makes sense in my head.

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Since 1929, elite mountaineers in Scandinavia and Europe have been keeping a secret: Norrøna. This Norwegian -based company introduced Europe to its first GORE-TEX® jacket in 1979 and has made a name for itself with dependable gear that excels in the worst conditions. In North America, we’ve been kept in the dark … until now. Backcountry.com is proud to be the first and only North American dealer of Norrøna outerwear. Premium materials, cutting-edge technologies, and style that speaks for itself—have a look at what we’ve been missing for the last 80 years.

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Norrøna is Norwegian according to their webpage
http://www.norrona.com/en#main/our-company/