My favourite fictional belt is the
Girdle of Melian
Girdle of Aphrodite
Girdle of Hyppolita
Belt of Ozma
Batman's utility belt
Ring of Kafrene
Other (please comment)
Btw, didn't a doctor somewhere in the Space Odyssey series have a medical tool belt of holding? It's been a while since I've read that.
Update: changed poll question and added answers suggested by Happy-the-monk and Arunbear. Keep suggesting more. Question was: My favourite mythical magical girdle is the
Update 2017-08-07: added the ring of Kafrene (from Star Wars: Rogue One).
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