Proposed is a belt webbing, more particularly for an automatic seat belt inflatable at least in part. The belt webbing includes a tubular fabric (6) applied to at least one flat side (top and/or bottom flat side) defined by side edges, extending longitudinally to the belt webbing which is folded (together) about folding edges oriented parallel to the longitudinal direction of the belt webbing (4) so that the belt webbing is substantially in contact with the corresponding flat side in each case. An outer side (16) faces away from the flat side and does not substantially protrude beyond the side edges (12) of the belt webbing (4). The fabric (6) is releasably connected to the belt webbing (4) in the region juxtaposing the side edges (12).
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