Nuclear Power Training Unit Buckle
The belt buckles history originated at least 2,000 years back to the age of the Romans when they were developed for military applications to hold straps for sword scabbards and horse-riding gear. Belt buckles and other fixtures are used on a variety of belts, including cingula, baltea, baldrics, and later waist belts. This construction and function have remained unchanged for millennia.
Belt buckles have been a part of military uniforms for centuries. The first belt buckle was created in the 13th century and was made out of iron. Today, buckles are used for equestrian riding gear, shoes, and other apparel, for securing cargo like ratchet straps, safety devices such as seatbelt buckles, and other industrial applications.
This custom belt buckle that we made for the US Navy’s NPTU SSC is one of the funkiest buckles you can find on the market. It’s designed and shaped like a hotdog, in the style of the 60s Golden Era cartoon style. The concept design was just a cartoony hotdog image with the title ‘Section 2’ and other inscriptions in front of it.
We at Embleholics have a team of digital designers who will make some mock-ups to be approved by our clients before the design goes to the production line. Our state-of-the-art equipment will make sure that the design will be flawlessly machined with great precision.
Make your NPTU custom belt buckles with Embleholics, the 100% veteran-owned and operated challenge coin company! Just request a quote from us and we will contact you within 24 hours and get started on your coins.
Finished Buckle (Front)
Finished Buckle (Back)
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