Hollows Leather Road Belt – Massdrop Exclusivesearch

Hollows Leather Road Belt – Massdrop Exclusive

Hollows Leather Road Belt – Massdrop Exclusive

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Latigo Leather Belt, Made in the USA

Founded in Minneapolis in 2008, Hollows Leather draws inspiration from American heritage brands like Filson, Red Wing, and Pendleton to make leather goods with character. Among them is the new Road belt: versatile, handsome as all get out, and available only on Massdrop. It’s crafted from 10-ounce latigo leather measuring roughly 4 millimeters thick, which makes it super durable but still comfortable to wear. The edges are beveled, waxed, and burnished, and the belt is finished with a solid brass buckle (coated in nickel for the matte silver option). 

Note: At checkout, you’ll have your choice of leather color (amber, black, burgundy, or dark brown), buckle finish (brass or matte silver), width (1.25" or 1.5"), and size (even numbers from 28 to 44).

Hollows Leather Road Belt – Massdrop Exclusive
Hollows Leather Road Belt – Massdrop Exclusive
Hollows Leather Road Belt – Massdrop Exclusive
Hollows Leather Road Belt – Massdrop Exclusive

Sizing Information

Your belt size is measured from the center of the buckle to the center of the five holes, spaced an inch apart. For example, if you order a size 34 belt, the belt will measure 34 inches between these two points. The best way to get your belt size is to measure your current belt in this same fashion and compare. Hold your belt as straight as possible while measuring. If you don’t have a belt to measure, note that your belt size is generally 2 to 3 inches larger than the tag size on your best-fitting pants. If you’re between sizes, go up! The majority of improperly sized belts are too small.

Details

  • Hollows Leather
  • 10 oz latigo leather
  • Beveled, waxed, and burnished edges
  • Solid brass buckle
  • Width: 1.25 in (32 mm) or 1.5 in (38 mm)
  • Available sizes: 28, 30, 32, 34, 36, 38, 40, 42, 44
  • Made in Oregon

Shipping

All orders will be shipped by Massdrop.

Estimated ship date is Oct 19, 2017 PT.

After the drop ends, payment will be collected and the group’s order will be submitted to the vendor up front, making all sales final. Check the discussion page for updates on your order.

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