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AppleJack 9th August 2010 06:31 AM

Under Teh Belleh : Ouch!
 
While I am, like many others pro-under the belly when it come adjusting your belt. I have found that as I have got fatter and developed an overhang (albeit a small one!), my belt has started to dig into my skin. And it really hurts!

Any solutions to that?! I don't want to resort to the over the belly look!

tdjhg 10th August 2010 03:44 PM

yeah this is a tough one...I havent figured it out yet. Bigger pants help a little

Strider 10th August 2010 04:36 PM

Better fitting pants, softer waistline pants, softer belt. I have the same problem with work clothes that I have to wear a tight belt with.

Fat Nat 11th August 2010 09:39 AM

You could try switching to a fabric belt (for casual wear) and try putting the buckle to your side so that it doesn't get uncomfortable under your new chubby overhang.

GrowingGordito 11th August 2010 07:20 PM

I pull the button area on the pants a little higher so that when I sit, the fabric kind of makes a cocoon around the buckle and it doesn't hurt.

biggeoff 12th August 2010 11:51 AM

This is a problem, I agree.

Due to recent gaining, I have just made the change from under to over the belly. However I have just bought some fantastic stretch belts from the USA on Ebay. These are so comfortable, whether worn high or low, so to speak. They come in very large sizes too and have leather-covered buckles so they don't dig in.

What with these belts and larger jeans to go over the belly, it has made a huge difference to my eating and drinking capacity and gaining has speeded up. I agree the look is not as good but the comfort makes up for it!

buffetbelly 12th August 2010 09:55 PM

An undershirt helps cushion your overhang also.

skresh 14th August 2010 09:25 AM

maybe wear a vest underneath your shirt so the belt doesn't cut into your skin

flyingyellow 14th August 2010 09:32 AM

wow i wish i was that big :)

musicman9292 15th August 2010 04:38 AM

I pull my pants over the belt so that the metal doesn't dig into my skin.


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