At the age of just five, Clint Orms was given his first belt buckle. It was a small trophy buckle that he wore until the age of 15. The gentleman who had given it to him asked for the buckle back. He wanted to pass it on to his own son. This event made Clint realize the importance of the trophy buckle as an heirloom. The trophy buckle is one of our most versatile selections, and it is popular with both men and women. You can get them in a variety of sizes ranging from a small gentleman’s dress buckle up to the larger “cowboy” style typically awarded in sports and rodeos. Although they are commonly worn as a one-piece buckle, keepers and a tip can be made to match.