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New line of buckles and belts.... Would love to hear your thoughts.

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Male and female golfers often look for distinctive fashion to compliment their golfing and social experience. And why wouldn't you? Golf fashion seems to run the gamut from sublime to extreme and it's not easy to find just the right item to reflect your lifestyle and taste. It's not easy to find because it's not there. We felt we had to offer a fashion option that we think is unique and sophisticated ... so welcome to NicholasMariano buckles and belts. We are not about creating another fleeting golf fashion "trend" that goes by way of blatently seeking attention. We focus on elegant design and quality that is timeless and reflects your style, on and off the golf course. Peek your curiosity, take a look at our website and enjoy yourself. We look forward to hearing from you. Thank you.

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Male and female golfers often look for distinctive fashion to compliment their golfing and social experience. And why wouldn't you? Golf fashion seems to run the gamut from sublime to extreme and it's not easy to find just the right item to reflect your lifestyle and taste. It's not easy to find because it's not there.

We felt we had to offer a fashion option that we think is unique and sophisticated ... so welcome to NicholasMariano buckles and belts. We are not about creating another fleeting golf fashion "trend" that goes by way of blatently seeking attention.

We focus on elegant design and quality that is timeless and reflects your style, on and off the golf course. Peek your curiosity, take a look at our website and enjoy yourself.

We look forward to hearing from you. Thank you.

Thanks. The buckles seen in the ads on the site look quite nice. Not overly flashy just for the sake of being flashy, and not overly "golf-specific" either, so it will fit in many places.

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Thank you. A lot goes into the design elements to specifically maintain that balance of distinctiveness and subtlety. Hopefully, It will appeal to others as well as it appeals to our tastes, and offer a fresh fashion alternative to golf/athletic/active lifestyles. We don't produce any item unless we are completely satisfied that it is a quality product and one that we would proudly wear. And, we're very comfortable with that perspective. Thank you again for your thoughtful response.

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