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post #31 of 212
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Originally Posted by mike868y View Post
As anyone heard from Eric @ corter recently? I purchased a belt and sent him a question via email and haven't really heard anything about either (got the paypal confirmation email though).

I talked with him over the weekend. Please be patient with him, I am sure your belt is on the way.

Eric did that special bracelet for Japan Relief fund and got pretty overwhelmed. He made something like 1500 bracelets and raised around $30,000 for Japan. Owesome job, but he is still playing catch up. Give him a bit more time.
post #32 of 212
Anyone hear anything yet in the past couple weeks? It's been almost a month since I placed my order and emailed Eric a few days ago, I haven't heard anything.
post #33 of 212
he just sent me an email. he'll probably get in touch with you when he gets to your order.
post #34 of 212
sort of confused about this thread: is there any real reason to go through the OP when ordering stuff from Eric? Not trying to shit on the OP, but it seems easier to go directly through the Corter website. Perhaps BlueOwl stocks stuff in Seattle, making delivery easier for people on the left coast?
post #35 of 212
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sort of confused about this thread: is there any real reason to go through the OP when ordering stuff from Eric?

Well, judging from some of the responses in this thread, yeah, you can buy it already in stock or you can wait to see whether you'll get an email response in two months or so. That's one good reason.
post #36 of 212
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Originally Posted by somatoform View Post
Well, judging from some of the responses in this thread, yeah, you can buy it already in stock or you can wait to see whether you'll get an email response in two months or so. That's one good reason.

Last time I bought something, I got in like a week. Didn't even know Eric sold through other people...
post #37 of 212
yeah I think eric is kind of backed up so if you buy it from a retailer you can get it right away...and the point of this thread is to discusses eric's products...
post #38 of 212
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Originally Posted by changed View Post
sort of confused about this thread: is there any real reason to go through the OP when ordering stuff from Eric? Not trying to shit on the OP, but it seems easier to go directly through the Corter website. Perhaps BlueOwl stocks stuff in Seattle, making delivery easier for people on the left coast?

The point is this thread is to get the Corter name out there. Eric is a great guy and we love his concept and that is why we are supporting his business. Whether you buy direct from Eric or buy from a retailer does not matter, just that fact that you are purchasing Corter will help him grow the business. A majority of Corter's goods are made to order, so there can be a lead time. Buying from a retailer who has them in stock can get you the product quicker, plus exchange is easier.

As for what we do at Blue Owl, we do sell a lot of Corter goods to local customer who can see them in person, and we also sell a lot online and have shipped Corter items worldwide. Plus, we will be selling some exclusive items in the near future. We continue to support Eric because he makes a great product for a more than reasonable price.
post #39 of 212
now i can throw away my electrical cord.

more photos here: http://www.withoutwash.com/2011/05/new-belt-by-corter





post #40 of 212
hmm... didn't realize my Corter belt had come all that far-- until I see those pictures.
post #41 of 212
Thread Starter 
Corter Leather:
Our newest shipment from Corter brings a new design to their classic premium leather belt. The new design features an English bridle leather that is imported exclusively for Corter. The leather is a 16oz vegetable tanned leather that has skived down to approximately 12-14oz. The leather then is hand cut and finished with a strong nickel plated roller buckle and two Chicago screws. It is a simple design, but quality and will withstand time and abuse. The black version is oil dyed in house, the natural is kept simple and will darken with wear.

Corter Leather 14oz Vegetable Tanned Leather Standard Belt in Black - $55
http://blueowl.us/scripts/psp/VB_Bri...il&SKU=7995001
- Hand cut and hand sewn
- 1-1/2" wide, 3/16" thick
- 100% English bridle leather cowhide
- Brass with nickel plated roller buckle and hardware
- Sizes 30, 32, 34, 36
- Made in USA



Corter Leather 14oz Vegetable Tanned Leather Standard Belt in Natural - $55
http://blueowl.us/scripts/psp/VB_Bri...il&SKU=7995001
- Hand cut and hand sewn
- 1-1/2" wide, 3/16" thick
- 100% English bridle leather cowhide
- Brass with nickel plated roller buckle and hardware
- Sizes 30, 32, 34, 36
- Made in USA



Also seen on our recent blog post http://blueowlworkshop.blogspot.com/...le-tanned.html.
post #42 of 212
Not sure if this is the right place to ask but how do you guys match your boots/sneakers with your natural tanned belts colorwise?
post #43 of 212
Corter has updated the website with their new offerings. I'm usually not a fan of bi-folds but their new offerings are making me think I may want one especially with the snazzy lining they have incorporated into the wallet.
post #44 of 212
new bifolds are fire.
post #45 of 212
Thread Starter 
Corter Leather: Restock Standard Belts

Corter's standard belt design features an English bridle leather that is imported exclusively for Corter. The leather is a 16oz vegetable tanned leather that has skived down to approximately 12-14oz. The leather then is hand cut and finished with a strong nickel plated roller buckle and two Chicago screws. It is a simple design, but quality and will withstand time and abuse. The black version is oil dyed in house, the natural is kept simple and will darken with wear.

Corter Leather 14oz Vegetable Tanned Leather Standard Belt in Black - $55
http://blueowl.us/scripts/psp/VB_Bri...il&SKU=7995001
- Hand cut and hand sewn
- 1-1/2" wide, 3/16" thick
- 100% English bridle leather cowhide
- Brass with nickel plated roller buckle and hardware
- Sizes 30, 32, 34, 36
- Made in USA



Corter Leather 14oz Vegetable Tanned Leather Standard Belt in Natural - $55
http://blueowl.us/scripts/psp/VB_Bri...il&SKU=7995001
- Hand cut and hand sewn
- 1-1/2" wide, 3/16" thick
- 100% English bridle leather cowhide
- Brass with nickel plated roller buckle and hardware
- Sizes 30, 32, 34, 36
- Made in USA

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