Standard German WWII Enlisted Man's service belts. Very good quality reproductions, hand sewn, with the correct size end catch. Flesh (rough) side out like originals.
1. The metric size is the total length of the belt end to end- not the waist size it fits. That's how the Germans marked them- many people already know their size in that way.
2. German belts have 4.5" (11cm) of adjustment. So, a 32" will adjust from about 33" to 37.5". This allows for your tunic, shirt, greatcoat, parka etc.
3. Choosing your size is very simple- if you wear size 36 pants, then order a size 36 (110cm) belt, and so forth.
constant problems with people over-complicating this and trying to
outsmart us (and the Germans). Order your waist size. If you want to be
100% certain what that is, simply take a tape measure and run it around
your waist or lower belly- where ever you wear your belt.
if it measures 36 inches, then order a 36 belt. Very simple! These belts
have 5 inches of adjustment.
Even with a greatcoat or parka, they will adjust enough.
Do not assume that the Germans were so daft as to not realize that their soldiers would be wearing thick coats.