Hermes “H” Belt: Is It Worth It? – Luxury Belt Review

Today, we’ll examine this world-famous status symbol and see if it’s worth your hard-earned money.

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00:00 Introduction

In a world of luxury brands, Hermes is certainly one of those iconic ones that boots prices to match. For men, they’re famous for their neckties which can be seen on Wall Street bankers and
Russian Oligarchs alike. While Hermes ties are known for their vibrant colors and printed patterns, the Hermes belt is even a bolder statement because of the big H buckle logo. It is an instantly recognizable product with retail prices of $800 and more – it has become a very popular status symbol. So if you Google the term Hermes belt, one of the first questions that will pop up is “are Hermes belts tacky?” By the way, it’s pronounced air-mez because of the accon and not her-mis or anything else.

01:34 History
03:18 Price
05:55 Configurations
07:39 Leather
09:48 Construction
11:24 Workmanship & Craftmanship
12:46 Sizing
13:37 Manufacturing
15:57 Other Belt Systems
21:23 How to spot a fake Hermes belt?
24:17 Is it worth it?

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