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Ebony Harness Leather Belt

Ebony Harness Leather Belt

Code: Ebony-Harness-Belt


Product Details

  • Ebony Harness is a very dark brown (almost looks black) Oil-Tanned Leather from the SB Foot Leather Tannery in Red Wing MN, USA, making it water, stain, and perspiration resistant. Our Ebony Harness belts are backed with another layer of thick leather from the same tannery and stitched together with bonded nylon thread. NO RETURNS OR EXCHANGES, ALL BELTS ARE CUSTOM MADE TO ORDER (Please follow instructions before ordering)

  • Choose your buckle (Roller buckles include leather keeper but center bar buckles don't) We have added NEW buckle options: Real SOLID COPPER Center Bar & SOLID COPPER Roller Buckles for an additional cost of $12.00 each (See Pictures)

  • Choose your attachment: Chicago Screws or Copper Permanent Rivets (Permanent Rivets do not allow you to change the buckle) 

  • Hole spacing: 1 inch apart (message us if you want different spacing or extra holes) 
  • Belt width fits 1.5" wide buckle , 4.5mm-5mm total thickness
  • Raw edge or Edge dyed Brown, choose your preference.
  • Made in USA.        
Sizing Instructions:
Step 1: 
 Take your current belt and measure from the fold at the buckle end to the hole you use most,  this hole will become the middle of 5 holes spaced at 1" apart on your belt. (Please use a Soft Measuring Tape to better follow your belt, used belts tend to curve with time so following that curve is important to get a more accurate measurement).  This only applies to belts with a tongue (like those pictured) not "rodeo style" buckles (Please contact us if you plan to use a different style buckle).  If you don't see your size offered or half-sizes please feel free to contact us. 
*THIN or NARROW* Belts can also affect the measurements, so please add to the length if the belt you are measuring is very thin.

Step 2: (Please DO NOT SKIP Step One):
 Step 2 is only used to double check your measurement from step 1 by comparing it to your pants size: Your belt size is generally  2" more than your pants size, but this is not always accurate because pant sizes vary from brand to brand.