Beltlessness, or the state of being suited without a belt, is to me a superior state. Belts are after all little more than an accommodation to sloppy tailoring and even sloppier weight management. Belted trousers do not need to fit with precision and so they do not.
Trousers without belt loops on the other hand have a cleaner waistband and lack that abominable belt buckle bulge under a vest.
Now the liklihood that these remarks will do anything to change the belted state of North America is miniscule. Indeed, most of the comments I would hear had I not made this prediction would be of the "this is how I do it hence it must be right" variety (nothing wrong with that of course as my own stance is the same coming from the opposite direction). But a man has to try.
Beltlessness is better.