Updating your look is a cinch (literally!) with these 5 braided belts

Braided belts

Braided belts are both trendy and sophisticated.


Buying a new polo or pair of pants is always a good idea if you’re looking to update your on-course look, but one way to add some immediate sophistication to your ensemble is by incorporating a nice belt. Braided belts have become especially popular in recent years, and the myriad color combinations make it easy to find one to complement any outfit.

Regardless of the type of belt you opt to purchase, it’s important to remember that truly fashionable belts should stand out on their own (think: multi-color combinations), while workhorse solid-color versions will let your outfit do the shining. Check out our five favorite braided belts below, and while you’re shopping, make sure to browse the rest of the items on offer in GOLF’s Pro Shop.

Adidas Braided Weave Stretch

The Adidas Braided Weave Stretch belt is braided in a classic herringbone design to provide your outfit a traditional look with the stretch elements modern comfort requires.

Under Armour Performance Stretch

The Under Armour Performance Stretch Belt features elastic webbing with leather end pieces and belt hole panel for elevated and enhanced style.

Nexbelt Braided

The Braided belt from Nexbelt is the perfect item to tie for golf outfit together. Featuring a PreciseFit ratchet closure, the belt is cut to your to your size and can fit waist sizes up to 50″.

Under Armour UA Braided 2.0

Under Armour’s Braided 2.0 belt is constructed with flexibility and style in mind. The stretch-fit woven webbing features leather end pieces for elevated style and the belt is finished with a metal buckle with debossed “Under Armour” text.

Greg Norman Men’s Multi Color Braided Stretch Golf Belt

This multi-color braided stretch belt features an elastic strap, full grain leather tabs and a silver-finish buckle.

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