Does The Naked Belt really get rid of the bulk?

The story of my life ... Pants that don't fit and belts that make things look worse.

I found a belt that is supposed to get rid of the bulk.

It's called the Naked Belt.

But will it work? Let me try it before you buy it.

The Naked Belt is supposed to hold your pants in place without the ugly belt buckle bulging under your shirt.

It's also supposed to get rid of the embarrassing moments of bending over and too much skin showing.

The adult belts come in black and beige and the cost is $20 and $15 for kids plus $6.55 for shipping and sales tax.

The belts range in size from extra-small to extra-large.

At first look, it seemed kind of expensive for what resembles a seat belt material with a strong Velcro.

You put it on just like a regular belt, but there is no buckle.

You pull it as tight as you need and the Velcro is supposed to hold it together.

I tried it with jeans, shorts, even khakis for several months, and I have to say I'm pretty impressed.

I was able to wear several pairs of jeans with tight tanks and t-shirts without the belt buckle poking out.

It was easy to use and the Velcro is just as sticky today as it was a few months ago so I give the Naked Belt a thumbs up.

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