Premium Leather Belts: What that means for you.
Finding a rugged belt that will last more than a couple of months that actually fits can be difficult. Here at Log Cabin Leather, all belts are Custom Fit so you will get a comfortable, quality leather belt that fits perfectly and will last for years.
Each premium leather belt is hand-cut from a solid piece of cowhide. They will not fall apart. Beveling and burnishing the edges provides added comfort and style. If you demand excellence, this is a belt you’ll be proud to own.
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Another feature that customers love is the detachable buckles. Finally, you can have your special belt buckle put on a belt that fits so you can wear it once again.
If not … Choose the buckle finish- brass or nickel over brass, and select from 3 styles. Select one that best fits your wardrobe needs.
- custom fit to assure a perfect fit.
- removable buckles
- choice of 3 center bar buckle styles
- select brass or nickel over brass buckle finishes
- available in 8 colors to meet your wardrobe needs
- beveled and burnished edges for added comfort
- 1 13/4″ wide
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If you want to add a little flair to your wardrobe, 1 3/4″ belts are also available with hand-tooled original designs.
How to Figure the Proper Length Belt to Order
If you have an old belt: Measure from the leather at the buckle end to the hole the belt is currently fastened on. This will be the center hole on the new belt.
Use a tape measure: Use a tape measure to get your actual waist measurement. This will be the center hole on the new belt with 2 holes on either side.
If you have your own buckle: Measure from the Knob/prong on the back of the buckle to the hole the belt is/should be fastened on.
The space from the last hole to the tip of the belt is about 6″ unless otherwise specified. Five holes in all, two on each side of measurement given, one inch apart.