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Unisex Veg Tan Leather Belt With Solid Brass Buckle In NATURAL
Unisex Veg Tan Leather Belt With Solid Brass Buckle In NATURAL

Hyde Wares

Unisex Veg Tan Leather Belt With Solid Brass Buckle In NATURAL

Regular price €73.00

LISSOME Sustainability Guidelines:
Fair + Ethical / Sustainable Materials / Eco-friendly Production / Local /Handcrafted + Artisanal

Sustainability

Description:
Introducing the only belt you'll ever need! Designed to last a lifetime; from thick full grain vegetable tanned leather. Double-capped rivets, solid brass buckle and hand-stitched keeper. All belts are hand-burnished and sealed with beeswax to add a stronger waterproof layer.

Colour: Natural
Also Available In HoneyTan, Red Earth, Chestnut Brown, Black

Delivery:
The item is made-to-order. The estimated delivery time is 10 days.

Size:
Width: 1 1/4" inch / 3.175 cm
Length: Available in 20" to 40" (1 inch = 2.54 cm):

20 inch = 50.8 cm
21 inch = 53.34 cm
22 inch = 55.88 cm
23 inch = 58.42 cm
24 inch = 60.96 cm
25 inch = 63.5 cm
26 inch = 66.04 cm
27 inch = 68.58 cm
28 inch = 71.12 cm
29 inch = 73.66 cm
30 inch = 76.2 cm
31 inch = 78.74 cm
32 inch = 81.28 cm
33 inch = 83.82 cm
34 inch = 86.36 cm
35 inch = 88.9 cm
36 inch = 91.44 cm
37 inch = 93.98 cm
38 inch = 96.52 cm
39 inch = 99.06 cm
40 inch = 101.6 cm

How To Measure your Belt:
**Please note this is different to your trouser size**

Take your favourite belt, lay on a table and measure from the end of the buckle to the hole that you use the most. Your made-to-measure belt will come with five adjustment holes with yours being the middle one.   

Belt measure

Made In:
Handcrafted in England.

Materials:
Vegetable Tanned leather and brass hardware. All materials are sourced in Europe.

What is Veg Tan Leather?
Vegetable Tanned Leather is the preferred material for many leather workers because, despite the increased cost to buy, it is a beautiful material to work with. Only natural materials such as fruits, leaves, and husks are used to dye the leather, after which, each hide is hung for several weeks. This is compared to the globally dominant method of Chromium tanning, which reduces the process to a mere few days. Whilst certainly time-effective, it is important to me to try to avoid using chrome-tanned leather as the vast use of acidic chemicals in this process is very harmful to the environment, our waterways and oceans. These are things I strongly feel we need to protect, now more than ever.