Fighting global hunger, one belt at a time #MissionBelt


Imagine buying a belt, an everyday wardrobe essential for most men and having a dollar go to help end global hunger and poverty. You’d feel pretty good about buying that belt wouldn’t you?

That’s why I was so happy to partner with The Brand Connection when they asked their team of bloggers if we’d like to receive a complimentary Mission belt to try and share our thoughts. Since my husband had just mentioned he needed a new belt, I signed up.  All opinions are my own and those of my husband, who is wearing his Mission Belt in the photo below. 


Kevin sporting his #MissionBelt



About Mission Belt Company:

Mission Belt Co. was founded in 2012 and is based in Utah. If the name sounds familiar, you may have saw it on Shark Tank. Their missions: to make world-class, no-hole leather belts and to help end global hunger and poverty, one belt and one dollar at a time.

Those are powerful words, especially at this time of year when so many are struggling with the very real choice of buying enough food, or warming their homes. The Mission Belt story is an interesting one that you can read by visiting their website




#MissionBelt in brown leather w/gold buckle



What makes Mission Belts Different?

  • No holes- Say goodbye to stretched out, ugly holes in your belts.
  • Perfect Fit- Mission belts adjust every ¼” instead of every inch like traditional belts.
  • No cracks- Mission belts have a no-crack guarantee on their leather belts.
  • Always fits- Mission belts are easily adjustable with just a few clicks of the levered buckle.
  • Easy on and off- The lever on their belts works smoothly, allowing you to take off this belt in a hurry.



Our Thoughts:

#MissionBelt black leather with Iron buckle


Ordering just the right look and size of belt needed for my husband was very easy on Mission Belt’s website. My husband chose the IRON buckle with black leather.  He was very impressed with the quality of leather Mission Belt uses.

He easily adjusted the length of his belt and once he got the hang of how the buckle and toggle system worked, he found this belt to be much easier to use than traditional belts he’d grown accustomed to using. 

My husband wears this belt all the time. It pairs well with his everyday jeans and looks dressy enough for him to pair it with slacks. He’s hooked on this easy on and off belt life and does highly recommend it, because a good fitting, high quality belt is hard to find!

If you think the man in your life would like to give the no-holes, easy on and off belt life a try, I invite you to visit Mission Belt Company’s website or get social with them on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram



Please share in comments: How often do you or a family member wear a belt? 



Disclosure: My thanks to The Brand Connection and Mission Belt Co. for sending us this great belt to review. All opinions expressed are my own and those of my husband. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission's 16 CFR, Part 255: "Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising. 

8 comments

Jamie Tomkins said...

Great review - my husband loved his, too. Stayed on well, comfortable to wear. Thanks for sharing! :)

Tough Cookie Mommy said...

Any initiative that helps to end hunger and poverty is so important in my book. It is so great to be able to give something back to others who are less fortunate.

Frugal and Fun Mom said...

My son needs one of these belts, her is definitely walking around with a few ugly holes in existing one. I like the "No Holes" idea.

Linda A. Kinsman said...

Hi Jamie,

Thanks! I'm happy to hear your husband likes his Mission Belt as well.

Linda A. Kinsman said...

Hi Maria,

Helping others is an important life lesson we are teaching our kids too, so this belt helped show there are multiple ways to lend a hand.

Linda A. Kinsman said...

Hi Carlee,

The no-holes concept is genius in our books.

Heather Swarthout said...

This is an awesome concept! I love the fact that it was on the Shark Tank. I've always loved that show, and this is a great company that has come from it!

Linda A. Kinsman said...

Hi Heather,

It really is a great business success story isn't it?