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The best no-holes belt is at your fingertips. This fusion of functionality and style utilizes Mission Belt's track system, a core feature of your favorite no-holes belt. Something you use every day should work great so make sure it's a Mission Belt.
Mission Belt is a belt business that's driven by innovation. The company was founded by Luis Melendez in Panama. Melendez had many business ideas that focused on agriculture before he developed the concept for a new type of belt: one without the typical adjustment holes. Once Melendez perfected the product, he gave it a name: the Mission Belt. Designed without holes for easy adjustment and a snug fit, the Mission Belt is unique in its category. Shopping at Mission Belt is designed to benefit more than just the customer, too: for every belt purchased, one dollar is donated to charity in order to help feed hungry families.
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So, it was very surprising when a representative from Mission Belt Company reached out to me for a review. It was the perfect opportunity to address my skepticism. Perhaps my initial assessment, albeit by way of television, was unfounded and without appropriate merit. Could a belt absent its signature holes actually be worth the investment? Sure, there are hole-less belts on the current market in the form of d-ring and braided belts. However, this particular belt, with its unique ratchet mechanism, was unlike anything I have personally utilized. So, I decided it was worth a fair perusal.
These are common questions that get asked to us and, hey, you probably thought the same thing when you heard about Railtek Belts. Well let's get everything out in the open so you have the knowledge to buy the belt brand that's right for you.
If you have done any traveling outside of the U.S. you most likely have been exposed to ratchet belts, or as they are better known in foreign markets as automatic buckles. We have personally seen them in China, Thailand, Mexico, and Ukraine and have heard of people bringing them back from other countries as well. This no-hole belt has been available for purchase in markets outside of the U.S. for over 25 years so it is no surprise if you see someone strolling down the street wearing a foreign branded ratchet belt.
In 2007, the beginning of another brand began to emerge, this time going by the name of SlideBelt. Started by a student at Brigham Young University who discovered these belts in Moldova, this brand became a known online presence marketing to young, fashionable males and still maintains a large share of the online ratchet belt market. They took this foreign product concept and marketed it well online.
This is where the story gets really interesting. In June 2012, Mission Belt was founded, providing similar ratchet belts sold by their competitors with a "mission" to fight poverty. According to multiple sources (the family blog and reddit) there was a bit of juicy family drama that went on at the beginning. Apparently the owner of SlideBelt and Mission Belt are cousins and claims were made that over the course of SlideBelt's initial startup, the co-owner of Mission Belt used his cousin's idea to start his own belt business and directly compete with him. Some say that is just business, many say it was unethical, and most don't even know about it.
In April 2013, Mission Belt made it on Shark Tank to showcase their style of ratchet belt which boosted their brand into the limelight. Because the majority of Americans have never seen a ratchet belt they assumed that this brand was the first of its kind and that it was Mission Belt's idea.
Now this is where Railtek Belts comes in. If you haven't read the full story on how our company came to be, you can read it here. In short, the founder of Railtek Belts served a mission for his church in Ukraine in 2005-2007 where he first saw a ratchet belt. In the fall of 2011, several years after returning state-side, he got more serious and started looking for ways to manufacture the belt. A year went by and he finally nailed down some sourcing in late 2012 and established the business a few months later in January 2013. At that time he hadn't heard of any of the current competitors so he pushed forward with the business. It wasn't until Mission Belt's airing on Shark Tank in April 2013 that he realized there were others who had the idea of selling this amazing style of belt. And like we said earlier, no one really knew what a ratchet belt was and if they did, they had seen that Shark Tank episode. For this reason, the question has been asked if we are a copy.
In summary, there are several ratchet belt brands out there and the numbers keep growing. Each brand has a unique startup story and it is worth looking into to understand the business you are buying from. We all agree on one thing though, that ratchet belts are the best!
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