Put on A Few Pounds?
Keeping off weight can be a challenge as we get older.
If your wardrobe consists of Sansabelt pants and jeans that don't fasten like they used to, there's no need to invest in new pants. Say you typically wear a size 44, but those recent extra pounds have you needing a 46. You can still wear your older too-snug slacks. Sansabelt slacks have always been made to be opened up at the back seam one full size. In fact, many customers who fall between sizes will do that as a matter of course, because the original Jaymar Ruby pattern took odd sizes into account. Locate someone handy with a sewing machine to do the simple job of letting them out at the back seam. There's around 2-3 inches of fabric back there. A local dry clearner that does tailoring can accomodate you easily.
Don't Get Hung Up on Waist Size
Some men are so used to taking a certain size, and they won't budge even when I tell them that they have to do a measurement around their waists to get their size in Sansabelts. Our pants ride up higher, where the midsection is bigger. They will tell me they are a size 40 but in many cases they're looking at slacks that fasten below their bellies where the torso is thinner. In fact it can be 4-6 inches thinner! So grab a measuring tape: Measure around an inch below your belly and use that as a guide to buy your first pair of slacks (without alterations). You may find higher up on your midsection, you're a size 44. That's the size you want to order in our pants. You can still tell everyone you wear a 40--just not in our brand ;)
No Matter What Your Size, You'll Look Slimmer in Sansabelts
Sansabelt slacks are made to come up near the belly button area, for a smooth, lean line. If you go beltless, you have a long line that is unbroken and so you look slimmer taller. Belts only cut you sideways and make you look rounder. Pants that fasten with a belt under the paunch or belly area just highlight it. As you can see from the picture below, you'll look shorter and heavier in your size 40 Other Brand slacks than you would in a size 44 pair of Sansabelts.
SANSABELT SLACKS for a lean smooth look THE OTHER BRAND
Sansabelts Do Not Expand at the Waist
Many men think our webbed rubber inner waistband will expand a size or two. Nope. Sansabelts don't expand at all. They'd fall down around your ankles if they did; remember this is a beltless brand that hugs your midsection. Our patented waistband is, in a word, FLEXIBLE. So you can breathe.
That makes them a real two-for-one deal: You can look good and you feel comfortable!