Craft Belt Brown Extra Wide

$95.00

LIMITED EDITION 1.75" EXTRA WIDE.
WHILE SUPPLIES LAST.

A handcrafted brown leather belt made from a beautiful high quality American bridle leather. These belts are built to last with thick full grain leather and will shape themselves to you as they age nicely. This thick leather belt can also work as a dress belt and be worn with slacks. For an even more rugged work belt, see the Mountain Belt.

This craftsman's belt is hand cut, drum dyed, and is edge burnished to perfection. The solid brass buckle is easily removed and swapped with two solid brass screw posts using a standard screw driver.

  • Solid brass hardware options include antique brass and matte nickle finish
  • 1.75" wide and made from thick 12oz American Bridle leather
  • Sourced from the Hermann Oak Tannery in St Louis, Missouri.
  • Holes are spaced 1 inch apart, with the center hole being 6.5 inches from the tip of the belt tongue.
  • Removable buckle with standard screw driver.
  • Edges are burnished for your comfort.

 


 

Important: Proper sizing is very important. You are responsible for providing a correct measurement. Be sure to follow the measurement directions when ordering. Please see my terms below for any questions you may have.

FIT GUIDE

YOUR PANT SIZE IS NOT YOUR TRUE WAIST SIZE. 

To find your Belt Size: Measure your current belt from tip of buckle to the most used hole. Example: If that measurement is 38" (your true waist size), subtract 5 from that total to get 33. Choose 33 BELT SIZE for best fit.

Belt Size Fit Guide Craft and Lore

Not following this guide and receiving a poorly fitting belt incurs a $30 restocking fee to replace. We build our belts to 5" more than the belt size chosen. If you wear a 33 Pant Waist, our belt will be a 37"-39" true waist fit. Measuring your current belt from tip of buckle to the hole you currently use is the same as measuring your true waist based on where you where your belt.

TERMS

  • Handmade to order. Please see wait time in the INFO/FAQ page.
  • Fit is guaranteed within center 3 holes if you use the fit guide.
  • Restocking fee incurred on any exchanges over customer preference or incorrect sizing.

 


 

Thanks for your support of independent American handmade goods.

Most orders arrive between

1-2 Weeks

Port Wallets, Insider Wallets and Enfold Card Wallets typically go out a day or two after the order is placed. If you have a deadline, please contact us. We may be able to work something out.

Custom Requests: Closed

Our store orders are our top priority, and so we're unable to interrupt our work flow in order to accept any custom requests. If you're interested in your initials being placed on your item, we suggest taking it in to your local laser engraver. You'll receive a quality engraving, that is truly complimentary to your fine leather goods.

Items In Stock

Generally we keep Port Wallets, Insiders and Enfold Card Wallets built and ready to ship. Otherwise all leather goods are generally hand made to your order. Items marked as 'in stock' means that we have the material on hand to fulfill your order and that wait times will apply.

USA Shipping

All USA destinations are shipped FedEx Express which has a 2-3 day transit time for US residents. You will receive tracking information in an email when your order ships.

International Shipping

International shipments may choose between First Class, Priority mail or FedEx, but we strongly suggest FedEx as it gets through customs easier. There is no guarantee of tracking for international shipments. If your package hasn't arrived after 30 days, please contact us with your tracking number. Craft and Lore cannot be held responsible for the US Postal Service losing packages once it leaves the USA. If a package is indeed lost, and after 60 days have passed since the shipping day, please contact us and we will see what we can do.

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