Baron Belts, wholesale arm of Strait City Trading Co

Baron Belts

(www.BaronBelts.com)
112 Cloverdale Dr, Alabaster, AL 35007

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Do you have a minimum order?
No. But we do charge a $12.00 processing fee for merchandise totals of $30.00 or less.
Do you ship internationally?
Yes, we do. However, prospective customers should note that shipping charges are much higher than the domestic rates quoted on our website. We will provide a shipping quote once an order has been specified.
Will you ship on our UPS/Fedex account?
Yes. We will ship on the customer's carrier account. A $2.50 handling fee will apply.
What do you mean by "wholesale"?
Although we do not restrict who may buy from us, customers should note these features:
  1. A processing fee is charged for small orders as described above.
  2. Returns are subject to a restocking fee.
  3. Under normal circumstances, customers have only 7 days in which to make a claim or arrange a return.
Many of the items on this site are retailed at www.StraitCity.com.
What will fit into a USPS medium flat rate box?
A 50 yard roll of webbing will fit. 10 yard rolls and buckles can fit in various combinations. Please see this page for some visual examples: Packing a Flat Rate Box.
What does it cost to mail a USPS medium flat rate box?
$14.07 to US addresses
$46.59 USD to Canadian addresses
$70.00-$76.48 USD for other countries.
What will fit into a USPS large flat rate box?
As many as 14 minirolls or 2 full rolls. Please see this page: Packing a Flat Rate Box.
What does it cost to mail a USPS large flat rate box?
$18.95 to US addresses
$61.22 USD to Canadian addresses
$88.00-$97.68 USD for other countries.
Is there a simple way to cut larger volumes of webbing strips?
See a simple do-it-yourself setup here.
Can you customize military buckles?
Our factories do a wide variety of customization. Small orders can be produced locally. Buckle customization information.
How to apply metal tips to webbing ends?
A rubber mallet from your local hardware store and a wooden table is the best way to start off. On a larger scale, your local machine shop can rig a simple hand press. A power press can handle even larger volumes. These are all demonstrated in this YouTube video: