Although it seems like your belt size should be the same as your pants size, this isn’t the case. Because you need extra material to go over your clothing and have a small amount of the belt leftover, belts are typically two inches larger than your waist or hip size.
Our belts are sized to the middle hole from where the belt strap folds over buckle, and there are five holes on a belt in total placed with 1” (2,5cm) between each hole. This means that you have +/- 2” (5cm) of size flexibility. Since the Ranger Belt series have a wider body and tapered front it is not possible to add additional holes.
The best way to find your size is to measure a belt you have been wearing. Lay your belt on a flat surface, making sure the buckle isn’t folded. Then measure your existing belt from where it folds over buckle to the hole most often used (Shows most distortion or use).
Another rule of thumb for determining your belt size, would be to go two numerals up from your pant size. For example, if you wear a size 32 in pants, you will probably do well with a size 34 belt (85cm).