*Made in USA
*Black Klondike Leather front and back, this is a double-tanned Full Grain leather with a brown core and a black exterior (tea core) made to eventually wear over time to reveal a rich brown layer underneath the black (SB Foot Leather Tanned in Red Wing MN, USA)
*Your Choice of Buckle (Roller buckles require the included leather keeper but center bar buckles don't need it)
*Your Choice of buckle attachment (Chicago screws allow you to change the buckle)
*We normally space the holes 1 inch apart (message us if you want different spacing or extra holes)
*1.5" wide (I'm happy to make other widths, Please message us at email@example.com)
Because of the thickness of this belt the we added 1/2" to our standard size menu: 30 1/2", 31 1/2", 32 1/2", 33 1/2", 34 1/2", 35 1/2", 36 1/2", 37 1/2", 38 1/2", 39 1/2", 40 1/2", 41 1/2", 42 1/2", 43 1/2", 44 1/2", 45 1/2", 46 1/2" (IF YOU DON'T SEE YOUR SIZE please contact us so we can make another custom size for you if needed.
*** IF YOU ARE IN BETWEEN SIZES WE RECOMMEND TO SIZE UP
*********PLEASE NOTE: WE DO NOT ACCEPT RETURNS or EXCHANGES ON SIZING MISTAKES because EACH BELT IS CUSTOM MADE TO ORDER.
***To determine your belt size please follow these instructions carefully:
Step 1: Take your current belt and measure from the fold at the buckle end to your favorite hole. (PLEASE NOTE: These instructions only apply if your current belt has a "tongue buckle" (like the buckles pictured above). Otherwise please message us for instructions on how to measure better.
*** PLEASE NOTE THIS EXCEPTION, Narrow or thin belts: Because our belts are thick, if you are measuring a belt that's skinny or a belt that isn't very thick you'll want to add a little to the length for the new belt (please feel free to message us with questions at firstname.lastname@example.org). IF YOU ARE IN BETWEEN SIZES WE RECOMMEND TO SIZE UP.
Step 2: (Please DO NOT SKIP Step One)
Step 2 is only used to double check your Step 1 belt measurement by comparing it to your pants size: Generally your belt measurement will be 2" more than your pants size but please note that this is not always accurate because pant sizes vary from brand to brand so the best way to find your belt size is by measuring a belt you currently use as we explained in Step 1. IF YOU ARE IN BETWEEN SIZES WE RECOMMEND TO SIZE UP.