These belts are made with full grain vegetable tanned bridle leather from Wickett and Craig tannery in Pennsylvania. Each strap is hand cut to ensure blemishes in the hides are avoided, while the holes are machine punched for the utmost precision.
Decorative creases adorn the edges, adding a subtle aesthetic detail and paying homage to English saddlery. The edges are meticulously smoothed, died black and sealed with a wax compound that’s made in house.
The buckles are made of solid brass and polished to a pleasant luster. Belt loops are handsewn and meticulously finished. The buckle and loop are secured with solid brass Chicago screws, enabling you to alternate your buckles, if desired.
Please Note: My belts are made true to size, and do not account for the vanity sizing used by most clothing companies. Subsequently, I strongly recommend using the guide posted in the product images and/or the information below.
How to measure: Measure your current belt from the hole you use the most to where the buckle meets the end of the leather. See the fourth photo for an example.
Size: The belts are about 1.5” wide and .16” thick (≈38mm wide and 4mm thick) Choose your length (in inches) when ordering.
Customization: If you don’t see the size you’re looking for, just contact me. Hand stitched versions are available upon request.