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If you guys would make a belt 1.75 wide and .250 thick or thicker I`d consider as I`d be able to throw a holster and gun on it. This one unfortunately not so much.

I have a belt with the above specs and it is indestructable. Would not mind having another one in a different color.
Desastor
Hey, thanks for the input. We will keep that in mind and see if we can offer it sometime in the future.
Am I the only one who hates snaps on belts, and thinks they look and feel cheap? I really, really wish more places would use Chicago screws. I'd happily pay a few bucks more for Chicago screws over snaps. . . particularly because I won't buy any belts using snaps.

This one looks pretty good, too. Ah, well; maybe next time.
ChristopherCashell
Hey man,

Just a few notes about the snaps. The snaps we use are heavy duty solid brass line 24 snaps, not those cheap segma snaps you see with some belts. Chicago screws are definitely a bit more subdued, but I can't tell you how many people I've had come by our workshop with a belt they bought elsewhere that had one of the Chicago screws missing because it fell out. The thing with Chicago screws is you need a lateral force acting on them in order to keep them locked in place. So when the belt is first made, the leather is stiff and exerting this force, but overtime as the leather breaks in it no longer provides this force. You can obviously use Loctite on the screws but that then defeats the purpose of a removable fastener that allows you to change out the buckle. Also, I totally get not liking the more pronounced look of the snaps, but if it is any consolation, you do not see the snap fasteners when the belt is worn because the billet end of the belt slides over them. Anyways, that is my best effort to convert you from Chicago screws to Snaps. Let me know how I did :).
Fantastic belt!
It's very well and accurately made and feels sturdy.
5 stars AmericanBenchCraft
romko
So happy to hear that!
Are the buckles removable?
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Sure. Just email us at info@americanbenchcraft.com and let us know what color you need.
AmericanBenchCraft
Gotcha. I'm in. Thanks!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M6ue-dRFLAc

This video is about their dress belt.


AmericanBenchCraft What punch you guys use for punching hole in three belts.

My waist fluctuates between 38-40 and need two more holes in the belts. I have Everyday, Dress and now ordering Working Man's belt. The length is perfect, just need couple of holes.
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Thanks. Size 6 for all three, Dress, Working Man and Everyday or just Working Man?
IvanSpendalot
Yup size 6 for all three.
Hey, if I try and order two, the shipping jumps from 2.75 to 6.75. Is that a mistake?
If I order the size 44 on the current drop does that mean I am getting a 44 inch belt or the size 44 belt that is 50 inches in total length. The description is confusing to me.
Rensek
The size 44 belt is 50 inches from the buckle to the tip of the belt. A size 44 belt is designed to be 44 inches from the buckle to the center sizing hole. Hope that helps clarify. Let us know if you have any other questions.
Can someone who has one of these belts please report back here with a full 7 day in depth analysis with blind trials and 7 way comparisons? OK, just a couple of comments will also do. Cheers
Gorgeous belt. Didn't know cows had skin this thick. Great quality and craftsmanship. Highly recommended!
What type of metal is the buckle? also is the buckle made in the USA?
RonnyRoofus
The gold buckles are solid brass with a stainless steel tongue and the silver buckles are stainless steel. The buckles are not American-made however we do source them from a U.S supplier.

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