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The Mountain Belt - Grey Leather Belt with Charred Edges

$99.00 $69.00 -30%
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Part of the Terrene Earth Tones collection, this belt is rooted in our foundational belief: a leather belt must stand the test of time. Just as a mountain stands sturdy and firm, this belt will be the dominant anchor in your outfit. Handmade from Tuscany full grain leather, the Mountain Belt is a beautiful grey and finished with lightly charred edges. 

The other two belts in the collection include a Red Volcano Belt and a Tan Canyon Belt. Stylish, secure, and perfect with jeans. 

One solid piece of leather. No bonded belts, period. This results in a belt that minimizes stretch and will never break or crack at the holes. The tough full grain leather is taken from the hide and handcrafted into a belt that you'll pass down to your kids.

Department stores sell similar LOOKING belts, but they use cheap bonded leather or "genuine" leather (a marketing term). We only use the highest quality full grain leather, crafting every belt to last a lifetime.

FEATURES:

DETAILS:

100% FULL GRAIN ITALIAN LEATHER: Handcrafted full grain leather belt Made in Toronto.

EXCHANGEABLE BUCKLE: Buckle can be removed and exchanged for any buckle of your choice allowing for maximum versatility.

ALL SIZES AND PRECISION FIT: The belt is 1.6'' (40 mm) wide. Looks great with jeans! For the perfect fit, measure your waist where you plan to wear the belt and add 2 inches. For example, if you measure your waist to be 36", you need a size 38.

PREMIUM QUALITY: The solid full-grain leather is sliced right from the hide and handcrafted. You won't find a better belt construction.

MADE IN CANADA, ETHICALLY PRODUCED: Every piece of leather made is from a bi-product of the food industry. We strictly avoid suppliers known to sacrifice animals just for the skin. The leather is tanned using an organic method known as vegetable tanning. This method relies on the use of natural vegetable tannins from bark or other plants instead of toxic chemicals.

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