United Kingdom Belts & Buckles

Stable Belts of the British Army

29th Commando Royal Artillery Stable Belt Left

Adjutant General's Corps  Stable Belt Left

Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders Stable Belt Left

29th Commando Royal Artillery

Adjutant General's Corps

The Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders

Army Cadet Force Stable Belt Left

Combined Cadet Force Stable Belt Left1

Prince of Wales's Own Regiment of Yorkshire Stable Belt Left

The Army Cadet Force

The Combined Cadet Force

The Prince of Wales's Own Regiment of Yorkshire

Royal Army Medical Corps Stable Belt

Army Catering Corps Stable Belt

Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers Stable Belt

The Royal Army Medical Corps

The Army Catering Corps

The Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers

Royal Corps Of Transport Stable Belt

The Queens Regiment

Royal Logistics Corps Stable Belt

The Royal Corps Of Transport

The Queens Regiment

The Royal Logistics Corps

Gloucestershire Regiment Stable Belt

Gurkha Signals Stable Belt Left

Royal Irish Regiment Stable Belt Left1

The Gloucestershire Regiment

The Gurkha Signals

The Royal Irish Regiment

Royal Regt Fusileers Stable Belt Left

The Border Regiment Stable Belt (2)

The Footguards Stable Belt Front

Royal Regiment of Fusiliers

The Border Regimen

The Footguards

 The stable belt of the Royal Regiment of Fusilier was formally worn by the Lancashire Fusiliers the straps are worn to the front by officers and to the left  side by other ranks

The Devonshire and Dorset Regiment Stable Belt Left

The Royal Engineers Stable Belt Left

The Light  Infantry Stable Belt Left

The Devonshire and Dorset Regiment

The Royal Engineers

The Light  Infantry

Yorkshire Volunteers  (1st Batt) Stable Belt Left

The Royal Tank Regiment Stable Belt Front

The Yorkshire Volunteers  (1st Battalion)

The Royal Tank Regiment

Please note the buckle of a stable belt can be worn to the left or right side of the body or in the centre it is dependant on each regiments requirements and are frequently subject to change (examples above are a guide to design only not position of wear)