The 1.5 inch wide Classic Sedona leather belt is made here in Scottsdale, Arizona. It features a golden tan premium bridle leather made from American bullhides. Sedona, the lightest color in our Essential Collection was named after the famous Yavapai County landscape at sunset. This color has made a huge come back in the last 5 years. If you are searching for a good choice for a relaxed denim belt or perhaps a dressier casual belt with khakis, our Sedona Bridle is the one. 100% vegetable tanned, this golden color can be challenging to match perfectly with dress shoes but will shade and patina considerably over the years. Good translucent aniline dyes will behave more like a stain than a paint. This highlights the natural beauty and variations of the leather. The aging of premium vintage leather cannot be sped up. When given enough time, the result is an unmistakable benchmark of quality. Building good naturally tanned eather belts in lighter colors is always tricky and questionably profitable but, We will never send a lighter color belt with unreasonable coloration issues simply because we would never want to buy or receive one like that ourselves.... That is our pledge and our promise and exactly WHAT MAKES US DIFFERENT.
Owning a naturally tanned leather belt is both a privilege and a luxury. After 2 years, condition your leather belt with 2 light coats of 100% pure lanolin, neatsfoot oil or any other fossil fuel free, high quality conditioner. If ever, clean only with saddle soap when dirty.
Leather: Sedona Bridle
Thickness: .20 in./5 mm (thickness of 3 stacked quarters)
Buckle: Tumbled Roller
Attachment: USA Blk. Oxide Brass Chicago Screw
- 12 oz. Premium Saddle Leather
- One Piece Construction
- 8 Close Hole Design
- Modern Loop Placement
- LIFETIME GUARANTEE
- Made in our Arizona USA Workshop
- We age our solid brass to create a patina. If shiny is your preference, please specify in the notes section.
- Fast Stock 1-2 weeks
- Free Domestic Shipping and Returns
- Please Contact Us for Expedited Delivery
Wearing natural leather can have the ability of connecting us to our environment in ways we may not understand. For man, the process of tanning leather with roots and bark from trees goes back to the cave. Thousands of years of evolution physically join nature to survival.
PROUDLY MADE IN ARIZONA, USA
Family Owned and Operated