Measure an existing belt as shown in the diagram below.
We make the Oak Bark Dartington Belt in 5 sizes XSmall, Small, Medium, Large and XLarge. There are 7 holes 1" apart with the centre holes at: X Small 31" Small 33" Medium 36" and Large 39". The 7 holes cover 3" in each direction eg: X Small 28-34", Small 30-36", Medium 33-39", Large 36-42".
Its worth mentioning that trouser size is not an accurate measurement but if thats all you have to go by XSmall covers sizes 27-31", Small 29-33", Medium 32-36", Large 35-39" and XLarge 39-43"
We make these belts in our leather workshop in rural South Devon using leather from a local tannery, the last of its kind in Europe.
The leather has a full grain finish which means that every blemish or scar on the cows skin will be present on the finished hide and apparent on the finished product. The hides are dyed by hand at the tannery with an aniline dye. This process allows the grain and all the individual markings on the cows skin to show through. The dye is absorbed into the hide in an irregular way so giving a unique appearance to every belt. No two are the same.
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Natural leather needs feeding from time to time (more often in a dry hot environment). Apply a lavish dose of Tanner Bates Hide Food every 6 months to ensure long and supple service.
Complimentary personalisation of up to 12 characters is available. We use traditional bookbinders brass type (24pt Gill Sans) embossed on the reverse of the belt (hidden on the inside). The hot stamping process allows you to choose between gold, silver, black and blind (no colour) embossing. The personalisation will follow the same orientation as our maker's marque.
Please note, personalised items cannot be exchanged or returned.
Our leather is ethically and sustainably processed. The tannery uses a mixture of tree barks to transform the animal hides to leather. This is an ancient tradition which yields the familiar leather smell. Natural oils evaporate over time and need replenishing. Your leather benefits from and will look its very best if given an occasional dose of natural waxes and oils.