All of our belts are hand-made by The Leatherworker. Unlike cardboard sandwiches or laminated synthetic belts which can crack and break within months, our belts are full grain vegetable-tanned cowhide belts that last for years and soften and improve with age.
Our 4cm (1 1/2“) solid leather belts are available in black and cognac, and cognac is either a ‘solid’ or ‘mottled’ cognac. Both black and cognac come with the option of a solid brass or a nickel plated buckle.
|28 – 32″||£42.00|
|32 – 36″||£42.00|
|36 – 40″||£44.00|
|40 – 44″||£44.00|
|44 – 48″||£46.00|
|48 – 52″||£48.00|
All prices include VAT at 20% but exclude postage & packing.
Wrongfully measured waist size returns are subject to our RETURNS & EXCHANGE POLICY.
HOW TO MEASURE YOUR BELT SIZE
How to Measure a Belt (inches)
Measuring a well-fitting belt you already own is the best way to determine your belt size. Lay the belt on a clean, flat surface. Start the tape measure at the hole you use and measure to the end of the belt, where it meets the buckle. Belts are measured in inches and you should round to the nearest inch. If you measure 34 inches, you will want to purchase a size 32-36″ belt.
How to Choose a Belt Size based on Trouser Size
An easy way to determine belt size is to simply add 2 inches to your off-the-rack trouser size. For example, if you wear a 36” waist trouser, then a 38″ belt size will be a safe bet. Most will find this simple formula works best for trousers worn at a traditional height–close to the natural waistline. For a belt to wear with low rise trousers or jeans, consider adding 3″ or 4″ to your trouser size.
Note: Belt Sizes shown in UK standard size. If you are at all unsure, please ask and we will be happy to advise and this way avoid unnecessary additional postage costs.
If you order a size that doesn’t fit, and you would like to exchange it we are happy to do so but you are responsible for the additional postage.