With Christmas right around the corner, we start scrambling to get all those perfect gifts for our loved ones, or at least I do. Clothing and accessories are always on my to buy list and it’s always an easy go to gift that you know will be used. A great gift for anyone is a belt, and fits perfectly in a stocking if you need stocking stuffer ideas. Mason loves his Mission Belt! The material is very durable, it will grow with your child, great price, easy to get on and off.
The belt will grow with your child, an easy way to adjust it without any holes. Mason got the perfect size so we didn’t need to cut it at all and it should last him for a while, again great price!
Not only do they have belts for men, women and kids; they have Hats, Tees, Buckles and Leathers(interchangeable).
Buy a belt, feed a family.
One of my favorite things about the company is their Mission, I am very supportive of companies with a good cause. A dollar from every Mission Belt goes to help families in need.
“Here at Mission Belt Co, we don’t just want our customers to look good – we want them to feel good too. That’s why a DOLLAR from every belt sold goes to fight global hunger and poverty. Having lived and worked across the globe, we’ve seen firsthand the struggles of those who aren’t as fortunate in their circumstances through no fault of their own. There are so many industrious, motivated people striving for a better life for themselves and their families. Sometimes, the only thing holding them back is a little capital to get started to break the poverty cycle. A few hundred dollars to buy a cow, a few chickens, or supplies to sell, can mean the difference between unemployment and a productive, independent business. So that we can focus on making our world-class belts, we searched around for a well known and respected organization to work with, and found just that in Kiva (www.Kiva.org). Kiva is a non-profit, peer-to-peer ‘micro-lending’ organization that helps provide opportunities to support economic development and entrepreneurship, mostly in developing countries, as part of its efforts to alleviate poverty and create more economic opportunity. Before you think we’re loan sharks, Kiva doesn’t collect nor pay us any interest on our funds. Rather, we help to increase the supply of credit for borrowers who might not have access to traditional banking services in their home countries.”
Disclaimer: I was given product to review from Mission Belt Co. However, all opinions expressed here are my own.