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The TROUBADOUR Wide 1.75 Leather Belt

Belt Size

DESCRIPTION

The 1.75" TROUBADOUR is a stylish black leather belt made from bridle leather with a contrasting center stitch in parchment. The famous west coast night club where young artists from the west coast music scene cut their teeth, inspired this belt. As unknown and diverse as the emerging songwriters of the 60's and 70's, the Troubadour leather belt is just as diverse and promising. Bridle leather coupled with the simple, clean stitch give this belt an iconic retro appeal while still offering  modern style. The TROUBADOUR is also available in our standard (1.5" / 38mm) width.

FEATURES

  • 12 oz. Premium Saddle Leather
  • One Piece Construction
  • 8 Close Hole Design
  • Modern Loop Placement
  • Stainless Steel Tumbled Roller Buckle
  • 20 Year Guarantee
  • Made in the USA

SPECS

Model: 063
Leather: Black Bridle
Thickness: .20 in / 5 mm (thickness of 3 stacked quarters)
Temper: Firm
Buckle: Tumbled Roller
Attachment: USA Black Oxide Brass Chicago Screw
Stitch: Parchment #277 Parachute Thread

SIZING

To ensure a perfect fit, grab a Ruler or Tape Measure and one of the belts you currently own and follow our easy sizing guide instructions.

  1. Lay your belt out.
  2. Using a ruler or tape measure, start measuring from the buckle fold (Fig. 1) to the hole you are currently using.
  3. If you are between sizes, round up to the nearest inch.

Order That Size!

Ex: 37" Inches = 37" Inch Belt Size

Find Your Belt Size

Please measure your belt! Don't assume your size.

IT'S THAT SIMPLE!

If you can't measure right now, add 3 inches to your waist/jean size and go ahead and ORDER NOW. We will follow-up with an email to confirm your size.

PRODUCTION

  • Fast Stock 1-2 weeks

SHIPPING

  • Free Domestic Shipping and Returns
  • Please Contact Us For Expedited Delivery

HISTORY

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 man and leather to nature and survival.

CARE

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 dirty, clean only with saddle soap. Remember, when it's dry reapply.


PROUDLY MADE IN ARIZONA, USA

Family Owned and Operated

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