Enlisted Army Ceremonial Belt
- Leatherette backing resists shrinking
- Correct color braid
- Finished braided-cloth belt keepers
Anodized, non-tarnish, 22-carat gold-plated buckle with US Coat of Arms. Belt is made of enlisted ASU cloth on a leatherette backing that resists shrinkage. Cloth belt keepers are finished pieces made of enlisted ASU cloth and quarter-inch braid. Belt is adjustable to 50", one-size-fits-all. Belt width is 1-3/4 inches.
Supply: We generally have a fairly large inventory of Enlisted Belts on hand.
Special Color Version: Our Schwertfeger's (swordmeister's) mistake is your bonus! A production run of belt buckles was accidentally plated with 24K gold instead of the specification 22K. More gold for less money (save $5)! These match the 24K gold plating in our NCO Sword. We have a limited quantity of this buckle. Once they are sold out, they are gone!
Wear of the Ceremonial Belt: The ceremonial belt is worn with the Army Service Uniform on ceremonial occasions, with or without a saber. The leather belt is typically not worn with the ASU. The wearing of a saber with a Mess uniform is unusual, but if done, one should use the ceremonial belt. Local unit SOPs may govern, so be sure to check these. We discuss this issue more fully in our FAQ.
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