Belt Ninja

4 Reviews
SKU: Belt Ninja
Retail: $12.00


Belt Ninja - English Tip and Round Tip

Belt Ninja Acrylic Template. Available in two styles - English (pointed) Tip and Round Tip. 13 3/4 inches long end to end, 1 1/2 inches wide at widest point.

Belt makers rejoice! This multi-functional belt marking template is designed to make measuring and marking turn-backs and belt sizing holes a cinch... (pun intended)! 

Quickly center and mark turn-backs and sizing holes precisely, without having to do any tedious measuring! Simply place the Belt Ninja on top of your 1”, 1-1/4”, or 1-1/2” belt strip and align the width of the strip flush with the clearly marked, corresponding sized notches and there you have it!

This strong, acrylic template features a 12” measuring rule, 4 holes and 1 slot for the turn-back, 5 holes for sizing; including the center hole, graduated notches for 3 strip widths, and a strap end.

Available in two strap end styles: English (pointed) Tip and Round Tip. 

Check out the instructional video for the Belt Ninja HERE!

Item # 100-0954

Ratings & Reviews

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Saves so much time. Very durable. More versatile than other similar suppliers.

Jason| 12/28/2019 3:22 pm

I had been eying this Belt Ninja for a while now, and then I saw that SLC came out with an even wider one. Since none of my projects typically go higher than a 1 1/2" width, this was a good choice. It's very simple to use, everything lines up perfectly, and it's far more durable than the piece of posterboard I was using. For dog collars, I shifted the point back 2 inches, since there is no need for a 4-inch lead. I've seen other suppliers with similar options to this, but none had the marks and spacing for three different widths. Great design SLC!

Great product!

Tim| 4/21/2020 8:13 am

Great product! I have been making belts for a long time now, and I always had to put a lot of thought into the ends of the belt, but now I just have to stick this down mark holes cut and I’m done.

Very handy and quick to mark off belt ends.

Mountain Fisher| 7/4/2021 4:42 pm

I find this very handy for quickly marking belts. Here is a trick for cutting the slot for the buckle, to use a slot punch it works better if you punch the same diameter holes on each end as it makes it much easier to punch a one and a 1/4 inch slot if the two ends are already punched especially if you're punching through 10-12 oz thick leather.

Great Template, Works As Well As A Strap Punch.

Mountain Fisher| 8/30/2021 11:12 pm

I find it quite useful when making a belt. I have one round strap 1 1/2" punch and I picked the English Point and it's almost as fast as the punch is and I don't have to line it up and pound it. It really saves me time on the buckle end measuring holes.