Santa Fe Leather Company accents this beautiful full-grain bridle leather belt with hand-loomed Navajo beadwork and one concho centered between the beadwork then finishes it with a southwestern style buckle and tip.
A certificate of authentication for the Native American beadwork is available upon request.
The body of these belts are made from one thick solid piece of full-grain leather (9-10 ounce leather, about .15" thick). These are the toughest belts that money can buy.
If you want a wimpy belt to wear to your sewing circle, you should get one of the cheap Chinese made belts. If you want to look good while riding a bull, then these are the belts for you.
What's Your Belt Size?
To determine your size, measure (in inches) a belt that fits you from the buckle fold to the hole that you use and add 1. Your belt size is usually 2" longer than your jeans waist size.