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Corter Leather Goods - Official Thread

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Jay-D, Sep 30, 2010.

  1. Chubbs

    Chubbs Senior member

    Oct 12, 2010
    Why not just go with Tanner? It's the same price and the service is reliable.
  2. Gsvs5

    Gsvs5 Senior member

    Mar 4, 2013

    I ordered some of their utility belts before xmas.It took just under four weeks for delivery.The actual leather is decent,but the brass hardware seem lightweight and cheap IMO.I replaced the keeper and buckle anyway,but I would have been better of just buying a good belt Blank elsewhere.The screws that hold the buckle and keeper in place are also a little too long for the thickness of the leather,so there is a decent,undesirable gap.Overall I would say there are better options out there.
    Last edited: Jan 6, 2016
  3. Matt44

    Matt44 Senior member

    Dec 20, 2008
    In case anyone’s interested, I’m selling a brand new Corter belt (black, size 32). Got it last week, still in the original package.

    Overall, my Corter experience was okay. Shipped a few weeks later than expected, but the belt quality is great. Anyway, here’s the belt I’m selling.

  4. rtgfi

    rtgfi New Member

    Apr 11, 2017
    Are we not using Corter leathers anymore or is there a new thread somewhere or what?

    I have a Corter belt now, still wear it daily after ~6 years, but its getting close to retirement. It took about 3 weeks to get it back when I ordered it so long ago, I guess its been since then that the customer service has gotten bad. I got my belt in a reasonable time, but I sent Eric and email about a new one a while back and never heard back. Saying no to my request would have been fine, but no answer at all is not the best CS.

    Anyway, I'm about ready to get a new belt, and was planning on Corter until I saw all the complaints. What other options are there for a thick ass natural belt around the same price? Not keen on dropping $150, or even $100 for the Tanner really, I remember when you could get the Tanner belts for $65

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