Pathfinder Belt Buckle (1.5") by Nickel Zero®

$19.99 USD
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Sizing Chart
Nickel Smart Belt Sizing Guide - If you have questions, please call us! 704-947-1917
This sizing chart will work on Nickel Zero® belts too.
Most of our belts are sized from the buckle fold to the middle hole. A 34” belt will have a center hole at 34” and two holes on either side of the center spaced 1” apart each. A 34” belt can be worn as small as 32” and as big as 36”.
  • There are several options to determine your ideal belt size.
  • The ideal way is to measure your waist through your belt loops. This measurement is the size of belt you should purchase (i.e. if you have a 34” measurement, order a 34” belt).
  • An alternative option is to measure your old belt from the buckle fold to the hole you use. If your belt measures 34” from buckle fold to the hole you use most; then order a 34” belt. This will give you a belt with 2 holes either side of the hole you use most.
  • Still unsure of your size? We are here to help! Please feel free to email us at or call 704-947-1917 during normal business hours M-F 9am – 4pm Eastern Standard Time and we can help you.   

Bold in style like you're bold in striking out on your own path. The Pathfinder Buckle is here to guide you along the path of nickel allergy freedom! With a hammered appearance and antique finish, the Pathfinder Buckle shows that it has taken the hard route to the best outcome - to get the Certified Nickel Free seal, it's been tested for nickel at least six times from design to sale.

Would you like a ready-made belt using this nickel-free belt buckle? Try the Pathfinder Black or Brown Belt.


  • Fits 1½ inches or 38 mm wide belt straps
  • Note: Needs a large pin hole (5mm)
  • Approximate outer dimensions: 2 3/8" wide x 2 1/4"long
  • Finish: Antiqued, rustic color with slightly hammered look
  • Materials: Zinc alloyCertified Nickel Free™
  • Hypoallergenic 


Zinc (Zn) is a very common element and can take many forms from metals to supplements. It is inexpensive, is often used as a base metal, and accepts various platings well.

Zinc is softer than steel and is easily poured into molds or cast into various shapes. Its good corrosion resistance and low allergenicity make it an ideal choice for those with nickel allergy.