Product Review by WE Magazine for Women

Jelt Belt, the elastic grippy low profile belt is the brainchild of Jennifer Perry, Owner/Inventor

 Jelt Elastic Belt are a lightweight and virtually invisible belt, designed for both men and women. Available in a variety of colors and four different sizes. A fit just for you, so it will be the only belt you need. 

The ideal belt for jeans, or for any activity like hiking, biking, skiing and golfing. 

Traveling with Jelt is a breeze. It’s 100% metal-free and nickel-free. It can be worn through airport TSA security and other metal detectors with no hassle. Just make sure your shirt is untucked and you’ll sail right through. 

A portion of every belt sold goes to organizations supporting kids, the environment and veterans.

Jelt belts are the first belt on the market lined with a grippy inner gel to help avoid  stretch and sag in your jeans. They are also metal free making them ideal for travel and for long  periods of sitting. Comfortable, low-profile and designed with a modern-retro look, Jelt belts are  the only belt you need! Jelt belts have been on the market since 2014. In 2016 the belts were  featured in Lonely Planet Magazine and Outside Magazine in 2017…

About the company:

Functional and socially impactful, Jelt elastic belts are made from recycled plastic bottles and  are manufactured in a way that empowers women. Jelt belts are produced by women sewers living on rural Montana ranches and are also manufactured at the Women’s Prison in Billings, Montana, via the Montana Correctional Enterprise Program. This privileged program breaks the cycle of incarceration by interviewing, training and paying the women, giving them the skills and confidence needed to live a more productive life when released. 

Since its inception, Jelt has become a Certified B Corporation, is active in 1% For The Planet, and has donated thousands of dollars to charities all over the world. Jelt truly uses business as a force for good. 

About the Founder/PresidentAfter surviving a near-death experience and months in the hospital, Jen Perry knew she wanted to do more with her life. In 2014, she founded Jelt as a social enterprise, with the purpose of creating a product that everyone would need, while promoting and encouraging social change. “I started Jelt Belt as a social enterprise after seeing the impact businesses can have on nonprofit causes,” said Jen Perry, founder of Jelt Belt. “I remembered the elastic rainbow belts I rocked as a kid in the eighties and wanted to provide a functional piece that could hold up anything from skinny jeans to ski pants. I blended my personal experience with my desire to give back to the community and Jelt was born.” 

Jelt belt retails for $32,005 and can be purchased at .