Wearing clothes made from recycled materials proves two things: 1) you're eco-conscious, and 2) egg cartons are crazy uncomfortable as pants. Making number 3 "you look awesome": Drifted Belt Buckles
Straight outta the NC hills, Drifted's a fresh collection of handmade belt buckles made of locally-sourced castoffs from fiberglass to aluminum oil filters out of race cars, perfect as they're no strangers to pole position. Things start surfy with the Rogue series, a run of aluminum-backed, resin-coated pieces arranged from chunks of super-colorful surfboard fin panels (i.e., the black/yellow/white "Killer Buzz", the Speed Racer-esque white/red/blue "White Heat"), and the Drifter series, joining said fin pieces with bits of black walnut in colorways like the wood & neon green "Retro Kelly", so eye catching it's like Ka-POW-ski. All wood-ness, meanwhile, starts with the Vagabond series, cut from pieces of walnut and cypress cabinets that're hand-sanded and resin-coated with flecks of blue/green color on the knots for a "lagoon-like" finish, plus a pair of repurposed skate deck pieces -- one foiled to reveal all seven inner layers, the other a stacked cross-section of decks -- called the Hobo series, which hopefully won't give you uncomfortable bindlestiffies
Drift'll even ship you a black leather belt on which to perch your fresh buckle for just a few bucks more, though if you already have a belt and aren't recycling it, that's a waist.