Jelt Belt – You will feel good about this belt every time you put it on

We are raving over a belt we recently discovered that is simple, functional and just might become the belt you reach for on a daily basis. Jelt Belt is the brainchild of Bozeman, Montana native Jen Perry. She wanted to invent something that anyone can wear, with fashion in mind, while creating jobs and empowering underserved women in her state.

The belt and packaging is all made from 100% recycled materials. The stretchy nylon strapping is rubberized on the inside; it grips whatever you are wearing and does not slide up or down. The functional buckle is made of plastic and is perfect for travel as you don’t need to take it off when you go through airport TSA. It quickly but securely snaps on and off with a twist. We love the ease and function of this product and how it lays flat against your pants. Buckle-bulge be gone!

The product comes in a plethora of colors and is sized for women, men, and children. This belt comfortably keeps your skinny jeans as well as your ski pants up and is perfect for outdoor activities. Leave that bone-chilling metal belt buckle behind.

You’ll feel good wearing a Jelt product as a portion of their profits goes to local charities. The company is a Certified B Company; it’s commitment to social responsibility starts with working with organizations that support veterans, youth, and the environment. A portion of annual sales goes to organizations supporting combat veterans. A portion of funds from every belt sold goes to programs helping kids succeed in school, at home, and in life and 1% of annual sales support nonprofit organizations focused on the environment. Lift up your pants while helping to lift up the world and start #jelting. 

www.jeltbelt.com

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