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post #121 of 135
http://stockroom.inventorymagazine.com/product/swedish-army-belt-br-vintage-deadstock

pretty happy with it.
post #122 of 135

Anyone have any idea how much that classic Louis Vuitton belt costs? one with LV at the buckle?

Thanks in advance!

post #123 of 135
just put in an order to Charlie of EQUUS for this:


lenght= 35" :: [ie, from base to middle hole] ::
width= 1.5"
color= Sedgwick black
buckle= brass garrison 2-pronged "satin" finish
holes= 5-hole


post #124 of 135

http://willleathergoods.com/shop/belts/

 

Will Leather Goods. There's a storefront on Abbott Kinney in LA. Amazing quality, reasonably priced for the quality, super soft and easy to break in.

post #125 of 135
subscribed and bump
post #126 of 135
I noted:

- Hollow Leather
- Unlucky (Scott)
- Zissou
- Leather Goods Connection
- Tanner Goods
- Corter

I already have a Havana Tanner Goods belt and I just ordered a Natural LGC one. Who will be next smile.gif ?
post #127 of 135
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Originally Posted by IIIrd Icon View Post

i got a few stylish ones, too__ even got a Number (N)ine with nice round solid brass buckle & brass peg to fasten instead of a prong. but, nowadays i'm all about the leather



edit: this
LWNo9Unlucky2.jpg

details on the belt?
post #128 of 135
Noob question: doest the horsehide natural leather has the same aging/fading abilities compared to classic natural cowhide leather?
post #129 of 135

Did you have to special order the beautiful belt from EQUUS? I don't see that buckle on their web site. Thanks.

post #130 of 135
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Originally Posted by Rambo View Post

Anyone know where to source a 1.5" quick release buckle? Specifically, in the UK?

Equus makes belts with quick release buckles

http://www.equusleather.co.uk/index.php/Bridle-Leather-Belts/The-Winchester-Quick-Release-Bridle-Leather-Belt/flypage.tpl.html

post #131 of 135

Unfortunately, the QR buckles they have only go up to 1.25". For 1.5" QRs I've only found this guy to make them. You can get the buckles on ebay sometimes, but they're not as finished or polished. I've gotten one off e-bay and used it on my own belt strap, but I'll get another one from Tim Hardy eventually.
post #132 of 135
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Originally Posted by rexet View Post

I noted:

- Hollow Leather
- Unlucky (Scott)
- Zissou
- Leather Goods Connection
- Tanner Goods
- Corter

I already have a Havana Tanner Goods belt and I just ordered a Natural LGC one. Who will be next smile.gif ?

Can you help me out and put in a link for Unlucky? I've searched and searched....Thanks!

post #133 of 135
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Originally Posted by Jeromesmalls View Post

Anyone have any idea how much that classic Louis Vuitton belt costs? one with LV at the buckle?

Thanks in advance!


I want to gaze inside of the mind of the type of person who wears this voluntarily.

post #134 of 135

Land's End makes a pretty nice medium thickness raw-edged leather belt. I have one in tan and in black. You can find them really cheap on sale, and they're already relatively-inexpensive.

 

It's probably been mentioned, but Naked and Famous makes a sweet leather belt, too.

post #135 of 135
I received a custom belt from Leather Goods Connection few days ago in natural leather. Really happy with it.
I also have a nice Tanner Goods in Havana but too expensive at retail price.
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