What sets our belts apart?

Construction

Our standard belts are build from 9-10 oz. Herman Oak Leather. The inside is lined with 2-3 oz. Herman Oak Leather. This inside lining gives a smooth interior for comfort and easy wearing. We stitch our belts with nylon thread to give them superior strength and a long life span. The stitch lines are grooved, therefore they sit flush with the leather and do not stick out. This provides a longer life span because if not grooved, the stitches will fray over time from rubbing your belt loops. If you purchase a Workman belt, it is single layered and leveled. We build Workman belts out of 11-13 oz. Herman Oak Leather to give you a heavy duty belt. You also have the option of adding a false stitch to make it look like a double layered belt, but it is only single layered. We hand-rub our edges to ensure a smooth slick finish. We use a variety of methods to rub edges, and believe smooth edges is what completes the quality of a hand made belt.

Patterns and Tooling

We are a custom shop, meaning if you have an idea or thought, we can bring it to life. We offer a wide variety of belt styles, patterns, and tooling styles. You can check out the “Belts” section in our product gallery to find pictures and examples.

Hardware

We offer several different hardware options on belts, but default is a nickel Alamo Buckle and matching keeper. On a Workman series belt, we offer a simple buckle either in brushed nickel, gunmetal finished, and chrome plated brass. A Workman belt has a leather keeper unlike a standard belt. The buckle is riveted in place and you cannot swap it out. On a standard single or double layered belt we use Chicago Screws. This allows you to swap buckles but maintain a stronger belt, unlike snaps.

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