Maybe try making your own? Then you can choose your length range, width, color and grippy-ness of the back side.
I go to the local leather store and buy a belt blank. Then I either cut the blank to the right length (not adjustable), or cut it into two sections and use a belt buckle for adjustment. Then I dye it, or in some cases tool patterns into it and then dye/seal. They can also be left raw, which will let them really show their age (sweat stains, spilled beer, scratches, etc.)
Total cost is about $30 unless you already have leather dye/sealer and a belt buckle. Then it's about $20 for just the leather (in my area). More expensive than a crappy cloth one, but it'll last forever and only get more comfortable with age.
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Last edited by Stilettoprefer : 09-22-2013 at 03:08 PM.