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King Ice introduces a phat line of hip hop belt buckles
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Apr '08
King Ice, a leading online retailer of hip hop jewelry, has introduced a new line of hip hop buckles. The hip hop buckles range in scope from traditional western buckles to innovative LED buckles, featuring customizable scrolling text. Also included are popularized iced out skull buckles, offered in various designs, usually featuring cubic zirconia diamond stones.

"Hip hop buckles are a staple in hip hop jewelry," said Derek Belay of King Ice. "The right hip hop belt buckle can set off an outfit perfectly. Our job is to make sure our customers have access to the latest designer hip hop buckles, along with our great service."

All of their hip hop buckles come with a 90-day warranty, covering the entire product line at King Ice. Their iced out hip hop buckles are also available in more edgy designs, such as the controversial handgun belt buckles.

"The fact is hip hop was born from a place of struggle. Some parts of hip hop represent the thug life. The gun is a major part of the thug's story as written in rap lyrics. Our hip hop buckle designs reflect that reality," said Belay.

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