Buckles and Belts

This bandolier/belt encompasses the entire history of Nintendo controllers on one pointless wearable. Well, pointless as a functional part of your wardrobe or, in fact, as functional controllers—but if you are a huge Nintendo fan or you just like to fidget, this product may be for you. Currently, it’s actually available to purchase on Amazon or Etsy for $95. [click to continue…]

elvish belts

I can’t think of a better way to hold up your pants than these gorgeous leather elven-style belts from Etsy seller FeralCrafter. You can even customize the color of both the belt and the buckle.

Take a closer look at the detail in the image below.

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nixon star wars top

Nixon recently debuted Part II of their “Dark Side Collection”, which features watches, wallets, belts and bags with designs inspired by Darth Vader, Boba Fett, Stormtroopers and Imperial Pilots.

The pieces are loaded with details—but my favorite has to be the Han Solo in carbonite hidden on the Boba Fett band.

Check out some highlights from the collection below.

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This cute, leafy utility belt from TalismanaDesigns has more than enough room for your phone, wallet, or your mana and health potions. There’s actually a total of six pockets including two hidden ones, all with zipper and button closures.

Check out more views and color options after the break.

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Here’s a great gift idea for the Whovian on your list that has loose pants. It’s a TARDIS belt buckle that measures 4″ by 2.5″ and is made from hard enamel. Sadly, this will not act like a key and let you into the TARDIS should it land on your lawn one day, but at least you’ll look good while you wait.

Product Page ($19.99 via GeekAlerts)

goldeneye belt

Make a fashion statement by embracing the memory of the best Nintendo 64 game ever: GoldenEye 007. Fashion designers If Industries remembers the good ‘ole days and came up with two belt buckles inspired by the game. One features a remote mine, and the one other is modeled on a proximity mine. Yes, they’re amazing, and no, they’re not available for sale – not yet, anyway.

See more pics as well as a video of the belts after the break.

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krang belt buckle

Set yourself apart from other Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle fans with one amazing belt buckle: Krang! Etsy seller Christopher Genovese’s hand sculpted and painted piece is the sort of accessory that will get noticed. First of all, it’s giant. Second of all, it’s a pink and wrinkly supervillain! Wear it to conventions or rock it as an everyday cosplay option. Pretty soon it will take over your entire wardrobe (and possibly your mind). Any weird looks you receive while donning the fabulous piece are really just jealous stares.

Manufacturing time takes 1-3 weeks, and if you don’t want a giant Krang on your belly, you can order it as a display to hang on your wall.

Check out a couple more beauty shots of the buckle after the break.

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It’s great having your phone to give you directions, but no one wants to be holding it in their hand staring at the screen so they don’t miss a turn. The folks at Triposo hope to solve that problem with their belt that is currently up for funding on indiegogo. You just connect your phone to the belt with a little cable, then when it’s time to turn the belt vibrates in one of four directions to keep you on track. You can get yourself one for a $50 contribution toward their $10,000 funding goal.

See video of the belt in action after the break…

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horde track jacket

J!nx has released a ton of new World Of Warcraft gear that include the Pandaren versions of both the Horde and Alliance symbols.

Among the new products you’ll find cadet caps ($24), belt buckles ($29), t-shirts ($19-$22), and track jackets ($54). Check them all out after the break.

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These officially licensed metal belt buckles will hold up your pants and crank out your favorite tunes. Each comes with a 3.5″ audio jack and is a working speaker that needs just two AAA batteries. Even Batman’s utility belt didn’t play his theme song when he was beating up bad guys. Maybe it should have.

See the Superman buckle after the break…

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