Shipping: Ships within 8-12 business days
Material: Genuine Bison Leather
Closure: Buckle Interchangeable (Included)
Lining: Full Grain Soft Cowhide Leather
Handmade in the USA
How to Select a Belt Size:
Generally, to determine your belt size with a prong buckle like in the image, you should add two inches to your pant’s waist size.
To really narrow down what size of belt to order, use a belt that fits you the best and measure from the belt hole you're using right now to where the leather wraps around the buckle, as an example if this measures 38 inches you should order a belt size 38. Just for information, the full length of the belt will be longer than 38 inches.
Normally for plaque buckles you should reduce the length by whatever the width from the buckle bar to the pin of the buckle is.
Every belt has a double snap closure with 5 holes, the buckle should fit in one of the three middle holes of your belt.
Custom Belt Straps:
We can make a custom Bronco Handmade belt strap of your own creation for any kind of buckle you own, according to your specifications. Make a unique statement by personalizing your custom belt strap from a wide variety of options.
If you want a belt strap for a buckle you own, all we need is the width and the thickness of the strap in millimeters or ounces. If you only provide this information, we will not be responsible, if by any chance the strap does not fit properly into the buckle. But if you mail us the buckle or strap, we will guarantee the fit. We do not keep old inventory of these belts.
Bronco handmade belt straps are of a durable quality, and with proper care they will last you for many years to come.
Since we can make belt straps in any width, straight or tapered, for a very reasonable price, please feel free to contact us via phone call at 972-484-4004 or email us at email@example.com.
Bison leather is ideal for everyday wear due to its exceptional strength and flexibility. This leather is reasonably stronger than cowhide and lasts for many decades with proper care. The grain is slightly pebbly, which gives products a rustic appearance. Bison leather is very commonly used for belts, shoes, and lots of other products. Due to natural variation each skin is going to slightly differ. Even though Bison are the largest North American mammal, weighing up to a ton, they are impressively agile. They can run at speeds of 40mph and jump fences at a height of 6 feet. They typically consume weeds and grasses.