There are two easy ways to size your belt. The general rule of thumb that we use is to simply size up two from your pants size (e.g., if you are a size 30 in jeans, get a size 32 belt).  However, with irregularities in sizing, this method is not always perfect. If you want to be completely sure that you are getting the correct size, try this: wearing your pants at their normal level on your waist, take a tape measure and find the length around the waistband. This will usually be a few inches more than your pants size, so don’t be alarmed at the measurement.

Here is where you will find out how to measure yourself for Belts.
I can't emphasize enough how important it is to get correct measurements ! I wont refund or exchange products for free due to a mistake on your end...These are all made to order products and have unique sizing. Some Products can be altered but most (with stitching) can't be altered.
Measure one of your existing belts from the buckle bend to the hole used most often "A"
Be sure to add up to 2- 4" to the size belt you order. Example: 38 waist..order 40"-42" Belt.
All belts will have 7 holes
The following video will explain how to correctly measure for your suspenders..YOU MUST INCLUDE AN ACCURATE MEASUREMENT WITH YOUR ORDER in the Shopping Cart Notes box.....Due to the bombproof way I build these things I will not alter them...I could build a new set faster, and if for some reason I mess this up...its on me and I will decide what to do to make you happy.


We have specifically chosen leathers that age beautifully over time, and little care is needed. If you would like to condition your English Bridle or Natural Strap leather to re-hydrate it or to jump-start the darkening and softening process, we recommend pure Neatsfoot Oil or Leather Conditioner – a little goes a long way. For Chromexcel leather products, we recommend simply rubbing the leather with a soft cloth or rag to bring out its sheen and to diminish any small scuffs that develop. Chromexcel may exhibit a waxy finish after sitting in transit; this is a natural trait of the specific tanning process, and can easily be dealt with by gently burnishing the item with a cloth.