Anderson's

Parma, in Northern Italy, is known for the quality of its food and leather goods. That quality is built on the same passions, skills and stubborn dedication to traditions worth defending. Steeped in those traditions, Anderson’s has been making belts in Parma—and nowhere else—for the last 50 years.

The company was founded by Carlo Valenti, one of a long line of Parma leather workers. His factory (and the people who worked in it) quickly established a reputation for quality and craftsmanship. They developed new techniques and finishes, matched handcrafting with expert tooling, new technologies with the experienced eye.

Anderson’s belts—from the multicolor stretch belt, in hundreds of different combinations, the handmade woven tubular belt, in numerous color variations, to traditional hand-tooled saddle leather belts, belts in suede and nappa and exotic skins—now sell across the world. They are stocked in cutting-edge boutiques, traditional tailors and well-known department stores in over 80 different countries.

“To make the best belt requires the perfect balance of the past, your skills and identity, your heritage, personality and procedures; the present, your people and the tools they use; and the future. You have to improve and you have to improve for tomorrow. And that is pretty much what it takes to make the best of anything.”

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General Size and Fit Guide

If you don't know your sizes, we'll guide you through and help you find the perfect fit.

Just follow the steps below and then take a look at the size charts to find the size that works best for your body.

FIRST STEP: MEASURE YOURSELF

Take your measurements with a flexible tape measure for the most precise measurements.

Measure yourself
  • Neck: Measure around the base of the neck in inches, round up to the nearest half inch.
  • Chest: Wrap tape measure under armpits around fullest part of chest (usually right above nipples).
  • Waist: Wrap tape measure around where you normally wear your pants, keep tape measure a little loose by keeping a finger between the tape measure and your waist.
  • Hip: Stand with legs about 6 inches (15.2 cm) apart and measure around the fullest part of your hips.
  • Length: Put on a pair of shoes. Have someone measure from your crotch to back of the heel, where you want your pants to end.

SECOND STEP: FIND YOUR SIZE

Find your size

LAST STEP: SIZE CONVERSION CHARTS

TOPS SIZE CONVERSION

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SHOE SIZE CONVERSION

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PANTS AND SHORTS SIZE CONVERSION

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