Our bespoke Classic Leather Belts are beautifully hand-crafted in Cape Town, using the best selected veg-tanned cow leather. These 32MM wide belts are the perfect width to fit any pants, trousers, chinos or shorts.
We use age-old, artisanal leatherwork techniques using traditional hand tools. The colours are hand stained into the leather and finished using natural oils, beeswax and sealants, rendering the leather flexible and hard-wearing. The leather keeper loop is sewn in securely together with the solid brass roller buckle, using the saddle stitch technique with the finest waxed hand-sewing threads.
These are heirloom belts that will age with a unique patina over the years. If well cared for, your belt could be handed down to your children.
Product Photos Features:
Buckle: Nickel Plated (Silver Colour), Solid Brass Roller Buckle (Alt. Options Available)
Leather: "Tobacco Burst" Tan to Dark Brown towards the edges (Hand-Stained)
Thread: White Colour, Linen Thread (Saddle-Stitched by hand)
Sizing Chart A: (General sizing)
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All of our products are hand stitched, using the time-tested Saddle Stitch technique, for longevity and beauty. Choose Imported French Lin Cable (Linen Thread) for it's beautifully rounded stitches & rich matte tones. Choose Ritza25 Tiger Thread for its bold colours, thick stitch & smooth, flat appearance against the leather. Choose premium, locally manufactured Polyester Thread for a classic twisted stitched luster.
Our cow & calf leather products are handmade from the finest full-grain, vegetable tanned leathers. The colour chosen for your leather item, is stained by hand into the leather and sealed with natural oils, rendering the leather supple and ready to age with a beautiful patina.
We believe in using hardware that will last the duration of the product's life, if not longer. Therefore, we only use solid metal hardware, in brass or stainless steel, with various finishes. This means no rust and no unexpected breakages.