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Show Off Your Team Spirit With An NCAA Licensed Mission Belt



Misson Belt - NCAA Licensed Belts

Last year, we reviewed the Mission Belt soon after seeing their incredible no-hole leather belts being pitched on Shark Tank. The Mission Belt addressed an inherent design flaw with normal belts, the belt hole. And they solved that problem by utilizing an ingenious ratchet system that allowed for micro-adjustments, ensuring a perfect fit every time. We absolutely loved the belt and enthusiastically recommended it to our readers.

Fast forward to today, and Mission Belt is back with a new product that’s sure to appeal to diehard collegiate sports fans – Licensed NCAA belts!

“Here at Mission Belt, we have a lot of passion for college sports and want to share that passion with fans alike,” said Nate Holzapfel, cofounder of Mission Belt Co. “College sports fanatics, including students, staff and alumni, can now complete their team-spirited game-day look with a Mission Belt. Fans support their teams and we support their pants as they cheer their butts off.”

The NCAA licensed belts from Mission Belt are available for nearly 65 colleges and fans can purchase them online, at select specialty retail stores, campus bookstores and through Zephyr Hats’ retailers, with prices starting at $54.95.

The 40mm licensed Mission Belts are made of genuine leather and come in select color combos for each team so fans can sport a variety of looks game after game. Belts are unisex and can be sported by men, women and children who want to show team spirit.

I picked up a sweet Florida Gators belt in Surf Royal blue, and it’s even better than I had hoped for! Kudos to Mission Belt for bringing such a great idea to market, and I can’t wait to show off my latest Gators accessory at the next UF game.

Visit to get your very own college-branded Mission Belt today!

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