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Orion Harness Leather Belt

Orion Harness Leather Belt

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Good belt & quality for $40. Little issue for some ppl but seems their customer service will work with you. Detailed my issues on reviews.
Do recommend it!
Can anyone tell me is the actual belt (not the buckle) a glossy finish or a matte finish?
My belt was delivered today. First impression is WOW and what a bargain! It's a beautiful piece of workmanship!
Orion Has the best customer service i ever came across. Highly recommend
Why the hell can't we put a finished edge on these belts? The black looks okay, but the brown and tan look a little "rushed."
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the looks is pretty important imo...
RayF
Check out the Orion Latigo for a polished edge.
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Are these dyed on both sides? Or are they like the Bridle Belt and not dyed on the back of the buckle end?
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Is the same technique used on these harness belts?
JCruk
The same technique is used on every belt. That is the only way to attach a buckle to a one piece leather belt. Whether you stitch the buckle on, rivet it in, or, like us, use removable fasteners (such as button snaps and Chicago screws), the leather still needs to wrap around the buckle.
Once the leather breaks in and softens up, the 2 parts of that wrap will stay closer together, and that natural color will be less visible.
Is the thickness 4mm?
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Alrighty! Thanks
http://www.rusticleather.com/LeatherThicknessChart.html. I found a conversion chart.
Very impressed with the brown and natural belts I ordered. Can't wait for them to break in as I'm sure they'll look even better.
Just got my second notice of a delay in shipping my order. No real detail. I don’t think I want to cancel but at this rate...

what is is actually happening?
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Hey! Got my shipment notice this evening!
JayTimm
My shipped today. Just a 2 day delay.
OrionLeatherCo
Just got it, some weird marks near one of the belt holes but whatever, this will be the belt hole I will use the most anyway.
One thing that stands out though, is it supposed to be so stiff out of the box? It's not even the creaking and squeaking it does when I put it on, it creaks as I walk.
Jenkinss
It softens up after a few wears and the squeak goes away
Jenkinss
Harness leather is a pretty stiff one, so the creaking is perfectly normal. After you wear it a few times, the leather will start breaking in and softening, and the squeaking will go away. The full breaking in process can take a little while, depending on a particular piece of leather, the climate you live in, how often you wear the belt, etc. Eventually, and usually it takes a few weeks to sometimes a few months, the leather will completely mold itself to the shape of your body and become soft and pliable. But for the get-go, Harness is a stiff, tight-grained leather. If you want to speed up the breaking in process, we recommend using a conditioner. It's a good idea to condition your leather every once in a while, anyway.