Satchel & Page wants this to be the last belt you ever buy. To that end, the artisans at this Austin-based company craft each belt from US-sourced bridle leather, which undergoes an intensive vegetable-tanning process to ensure it’s not only supple but durable. Each belt is made and burnished by hand, then fitted with a solid brass buckle that comes in three different finishes: Iron Rust, Silver, or Antique Brass. The buckle is attached with Chicago screws, allowing it to be easily detached and replaced with a different one. Guaranteed for a lifetime of use, the belt is finished with a Satchel & Page stamp.
Note: At checkout, you’ll have four different choices of color/hardware/size combination. The Chestnut with Silver Buckle dress belt measures 1.25 inches wide, while the slightly more rugged Havana With Silver Buckle, Mahogany With Antique Brass Buckle, and Natural With Iron Rust Buckle measure 1.5 inches wide.
Satchel & Page products are built for the long haul, just like the map case that inspired founder Daniel Ralsky to launch his first Kickstarter campaign. It belonged to his grandfather, and because it was manufactured at a time when products were built to last, it’s remained in usable condition since World War II. Like many of the success stories on Kickstarter, Satchel & Page has earned backers by promising similarly well-crafted products. Now on its third campaign, the company has garnered rave reviews from the likes of GQ, Travel & Leisure, and Southern Living for its leather bags, belts, jackets, and other wares—all of which are backed by a lifetime warranty.
The belt measurements are taken from the middle hole of the belt to where the leather meets the buckle.
For best results, measure a belt that fits well and buy that size. Most people buy belts approximately 2-3” longer than their tagged waist size.
All orders will be shipped by Massdrop.
Estimated ship date is June 21, 2016 PT.
After the drop ends, payment will be collected. To deliver the best value to the group the request will then be submitted to the vendor up front, making all sales final. Be sure to check the discussion page for updates.