Wearing a Belt for Left-Handed Men

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Wearing a belt for left-handed men always requires you to keep a few key things in mind. Find out about wearing a belt for left-handed men with help from a freelance artist in this free video clip.

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I'm Aaron Tucker, and this is wearing a belt for left-handed men. This may blow your mind but left-handed men wear the same belts that right-handed men wear. When belts are produced, if there's any logos on them, there's usually going to be a log at the top and at the bottom of the belt. This way, you have the option of weaving your belt through with your right hand, which would be the dominant hand of right-handed people. Or weaving it through with your left hand, which would be the dominant hand for left-handed people. Also, belt buckles will be symmetric. So that way if you're shifting them, depending on which side you weave your belt through. The belt is going to sit the exact same on your waist. So, there is no difference between wearing a belt for a left-handed or a right-handed individual. The only difference is how the belt is put on.


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