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post #166 of 215
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Corter Leather 14oz Vegetable Tanned Leather "Standard" Utility Belt in Natural - - Redesigned!


Introducing the "New" Corter Leather Standard Utility belt! It is a simple, classic staple to the Corter line that's been redesigned using the last 6 years of experience. The new design features solid brass hardware, rounded and burnished edges, and a sanded backside; and even though there is more labor involved and a more expensive buckle the price is staying at $55. Blue Owl can honestly say this is an extreme improvement to an already incredible product and this is the best belt we have seen for the price in the market today.

Corter Leather 14oz Vegetable Tanned Leather "Standard" Utility Belt in Natural
* Corter standard belts are made with 16oz vegetable tanned leather which has been skived down to approximately 12-14oz, hand cut, and made with solid brass hardware.
* 100% vegetable tanned harness leather
* Solid brass roller buckle and two Chicago screws (screws make buckle easy to replace with your own buckle using only a flat head screw driver)
* Rounded and burnished edges, sanded back side
* Totally stitch free (stitching is the first point of failure on most belts)
* 1-1/2" wide, 1/4" thick
* Made in the USA
* Available in sizes 30, 32, 34, 36, 38


Link: http://www.blueowl.us/scripts/psp/VB...il&SKU=7360000

More details cane be seen on our latest blog post: http://blueowlworkshop.blogspot.com/2013/08/corter-leather-14oz-vegetable-tanned.html
post #167 of 215

Hello,

 

First time poster here. I bought one of the premium grab bags and received one of Corter's indigo dyed totes, which,unfortunately, I'm not too interested in... If anyone wants it, I'll gladly send it to you for the price of the grab bag ($35.50) + 6.00 shipping (USPS Priority Box). Nothing wrong with it, just not interested... Photos taken with a cell phone camera.

 

Chris Davis

Owner, Davis Leatherworks

http://store.davisleatherworks.com

 

 

post #168 of 215

I feel the same way...just got my premium and accessory one. Indigo Dye tote bag (very clean dye job) and a Pewter Bottlehook w/extra Copper Split Ring. Sadly I haven't lucked out with a Classic Bi-Fold or a Standard Card Case...been wanting to upgrade my wallet!

 

I also got the first grab bag of the summer which was some type of lanyard/belt loop leather cuff with split ring in oxblood and a standard card wallet which is just a touch too bulky for me to use.

 

I'm willing to trade anything in the picture for a Bi-Fold or Standard Card Case! Just shoot me a PM. If you're super interested in the Indigo Dyed Tote...buy from the guy above me! I'm just looking to trade right now :)

 

post #169 of 215
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Originally Posted by Jay-D View Post

Corter Leather 14oz Vegetable Tanned Leather "Standard" Utility Belt in Natural - - Redesigned!


Introducing the "New" Corter Leather Standard Utility belt! It is a simple, classic staple to the Corter line that's been redesigned using the last 6 years of experience. The new design features solid brass hardware, rounded and burnished edges, and a sanded backside; and even though there is more labor involved and a more expensive buckle the price is staying at $55. Blue Owl can honestly say this is an extreme improvement to an already incredible product and this is the best belt we have seen for the price in the market today.

Corter Leather 14oz Vegetable Tanned Leather "Standard" Utility Belt in Natural
* Corter standard belts are made with 16oz vegetable tanned leather which has been skived down to approximately 12-14oz, hand cut, and made with solid brass hardware.
* 100% vegetable tanned harness leather
* Solid brass roller buckle and two Chicago screws (screws make buckle easy to replace with your own buckle using only a flat head screw driver)
* Rounded and burnished edges, sanded back side
* Totally stitch free (stitching is the first point of failure on most belts)
* 1-1/2" wide, 1/4" thick
* Made in the USA
* Available in sizes 30, 32, 34, 36, 38


Link: http://www.blueowl.us/scripts/psp/VB...il&SKU=7360000

More details cane be seen on our latest blog post: http://blueowlworkshop.blogspot.com/2013/08/corter-leather-14oz-vegetable-tanned.html

How does this compare to Tanner's natural belt?
post #170 of 215
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How does this compare to Tanner's natural belt?
want to know this as well
post #171 of 215

pls respond

post #172 of 215
Thread Starter 
Tanner's version is a bit more refined, skived down and processed more, plus it is waxed. Tanner is a very nice belt. It really isn't fair to compare a $100 belt to a $50 belt, Tanner is much nicer and should be for the price. That being said, Corter is vastly improved and remarkable quality for the price.
post #173 of 215

Hi, I just got my grab bag with a camo bottlehook on it, does anyone know how can I paint it of another color?

 

Thanks

post #174 of 215

I was given a Corter Standard Utility Belt in 'natural' as a gift and it doesn't fit and I can't exchange it which is unfortunate. It's a 30" belt, never been worn and I still have the bag and SKU card with it. This is not the 'NEW' utility belt, this is from June, so silver buckle. Asking $50 shipped anywhere in the US. Shipped expedited from Brooklyn.

 

 

 

 

 

email nate

nbaltikas[at]gmail

post #175 of 215
Just got my 2 grab bags, got the same thing in each one, brown card sleeve and black bottlehook...Id be willing to trade anything for any or or all of it, ...if anyone has a wallet thats what id be most interested in...shoot me a pm
post #176 of 215
Pretty much everyone got that, my two bags had the same thing too.
post #177 of 215

Brand new braided bracelet

 

1.5 year old keychain

post #178 of 215

If I wear size 32" pants/jeans, but my true waist size is 36, what size belt should I get? I'm assuming either 34 or 36 

post #179 of 215
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Originally Posted by wakawakawaka View Post
 

If I wear size 32" pants/jeans, but my true waist size is 36, what size belt should I get? I'm assuming either 34 or 36 

 

If you can, measure a belt you currently own from where the buckle meets the leather to the whole you most commonly use. That's your size.

 
I size my belts the same way and sometimes refer my customers to Corter's diagram for sizing.
post #180 of 215
Going to point out, just now, that Tanner and Corter are different and I agree with the above post. My Tanner english tan belt has aged in a way that is difficult to believe, it is so beautiful. Having said that, my new corter belt is incredible, and given that I have now bought 2 corter belts (black and the natural), and a bottlehook in copper, I guess I am a huge fan. His stuff is brilliant.

So now I'm down to Tanner, Corter and FFF for leather goods.
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