Copper Rough & Tough Leather Belt

Copper Rough & Tough Leather Belt

Code: CRT-Belt


Product Details

This is our NEW Leather Belt made with Copper Rough & Tough Leather! The SB Foot Tanning Co. makes this beautiful leather known for its durability and intense pull-up characteristics. This Oil-Tanned leather is water, stain and perspiration resistant, and has a natural look and feel.  Our belts are backed with another layer of thick leather from the same tannery and stitched together with bonded nylon thread.  This makes for a thick and heavy belt (roughly 5 mm thick).   

*Made in USA
*Cooper Rough & Tough Leather (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.  Copper Rivets are permanent and do not allow you to change the buckle.
*5 holes spaced 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
*We can "Edge Dye" the edges of the belt or we can leave them natural (Your preference).

Sizes:  32", 34", 36", 38", 40", 42", 44", 46" (if you don't see your size please contact us so we can make a custom size for you if needed) PLEASE NOTEWE DO NOT ACCEPT RETURNS 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.

Step 2: Double check this measurement by comparing to your pants size: generally your belt measurement will be 2" more than your pants size.

PLEASE NOTE THIS EXCEPTION to the above rules:  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 this belt (please feel free to message us with questions at