Belt Belt Bike Race
This model is made from Michelin production scraps. These are tires that have a technical defect and are therefore not suitable for bicycle travel. We save them from the scrap yard to put them on your size. It's up to you to make him live all these missed adventures!
* Width of the belt: 2.8cm
* Michelin belt cut in the side of the tire
* The buckle and embossed rivets are made of zamac (nickel free) and produced in Belgium and Italy.
* Vegan alternative: 0 leather used
Our belts are made in Tourcoing in a workshop that employs people with disabilities.
To find out your size, follow the instructions in our size guide.
Orders are prepared and shipped within 48 hours (except weekends and public holidays).
Shipping costs from 5,50€ in relay point or at home.
Free delivery in a relay point for orders over 60€.
Colissimo delivery in France and Europe.
Returns can be made within 30 days. We will pay the return shipping costs.
*I measure my waist at the point where I wear my belt, using a tape measure.
* or I measure a belt that I wear from the end of the buckle to the most used hole (usually the middle hole)
The most reliable solution is to measure your waistline.
|Belt size (= my waist size)||Pants size|
This is the second time I've bought this belt as a gift. My husband has had it for two years and, unlike a leather belt, it doesn't stretch or warp. He's very happy with it, which is why I've just bought it for my son. It looks as good as new. What's more, it's a good gesture for the planet and for solidarity. I can't recommend it enough!
Quality product that surprised and delighted my brother. Fast delivery
Purchase for a gift. All the men present were amazed by the material. My husband is satisfied with this gift. He adopted it immediately.
Size: ok. Delivery on time.
quality and original products ..... very good. Just lacks perhaps a loop to wedge the free part of the belt.... But that obviously depends on waist size and belt size....
It's a very pretty belt, which seems hard-wearing and allows me, as a native of Auvergne, to show off with my Michelin tire belt.
The end of the belt tends to want to wrap in the wrong direction, so it will tend to "rebound". But I'll find a solution, I'm sure.
But! Because there is a but...
That eco-responsibility costs 44€ (a little more with shipping) I can understand. But at that price, I don't expect to do the finishing myself. It's not a big deal, but a few strokes of the blade to deburr the little unsightly elements allowed me to transform a decent product into an exceptional one.
So, I'm moaning a bit, but I still like my belt.