Balteus, Roman legionar belt with Pteryges

The Roman army, which was considered the invincible army in the world, was equipped with elaborate outfit. Not only the famous swords but also traditional belts used to be an integral part of the Roman soldier.

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Balteus, Roman legionar belt with Pteryges

The traditional Roman belt Balteus is made of 2.5-3 mm thick smooth cowhide. Brass fittings are riveted on the belt. This belt is completely hand-made. The belt is composed of five 3 cm wide tassels in the total length of circa 40 cm. The belt's width is 4 cm. The belt's length is 120 cm (at request you can a 150 cm long belt). When ordering this product, please specify your waist measure. Besides the colour shown in the picture the belt is available in other colours: see the choice of colour.

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