This is our NEW Leather Belt made with Hawthorne Muleskinner Leather! The SB Foot Tanning Co. makes this beautiful roughout leather using a reverse-suede technique, they avoid splitting or thinning their hides making this leather just as strong and durable as other full grain leathers.
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
**Hawthorne Muleskinner 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 email@example.com).
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 NOTE: WE 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 firstname.lastname@example.org).