We have made these same belts for over 50 years. Each belt is hand cut with a draw gauge from 8-10 oz domestically tanned "English bridle" leather bends, which make for extremely durable strapping. This leather is actually tanned and finished for the horse bridle industry. This vegetable tanned leather is quite expensive, but worth the difference. Each strap is worked through 7 steps before it's attached to a solid brass buckle using solid brass rivets. Color choice is dark brown, medium brown, burgundy, chestnut, and black. Because dye batches from the tannery will vary and because computer screens vary, we do not recommend dependence on these photos for matching color. All the belt colors can be seen on the one inch belt page. Custom belts for any buckle you may have is our specialty. Chicago screw rivets available on request.


Solid brass (natural finish ) folding hoof pick belt - 1 3/8 inch wide - shown in dark brown. Here we use a solid brass folding hoof pick as a buckle ... looping it through a narrow leather strap that adjusts. Many equestrians carry one in a pocket which enables the rider to pick a stone out of the horse's hoof preventing lameness on the trail.



Also available in black with bright nickel finish solid brass hoof pick. The nickel hoof pick is ¾" longer than the brass one.


Either of these belts can be special ordered with wider straps at $5.00 per ¼".

All five leather colors available for all styles
NEW - natural undyed belt leather available for all styles (photo available)

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Please determine belt size by measuring a currently used belt. Pants waist size is no longer a reliable way to determine belt size.

Measure from point "A" on the buckle to the most used hole on your current belt.  It might not be the middle hole. This measurement is usually 2 to 5 inches bigger than your pants waist size.  Note that “A” on the top belt is just inside the buckle end where the swivel tongue meets the buckle body…..and that “A” on the bottom belt is at the base of the hook. It’s important that the working length of the buckle be included in your measurement.

Point "B" on the new belt will be the middle of 5 holes (or loops on some styles).
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Damariscotta, ME 04543
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