Here is an introduction to an extra thick heavy ounce leather belt that goes great with 2 kilo jeans.
The leather used is extra-thick steer hide, of which only one or two pieces can be taken per 100 cows.
Only the hips, which have the finest fibers, are cut.
Only the hips, where the fibers are the finest, are cut and placed in a pit of full vegetable tannin for almost three times as long as usual to produce leather for shoe soles.
The leather is then placed in a full vegetable tannin pit for nearly three times as long as normal to produce the leather for shoe soles. The leather is then carefully selected and re-tanned to produce this extra thick, heavy-weight leather belt.
It is a sign of genuine leather that you can see more tigers (natural wrinkles) and blood streaks (blood vessel marks) than normal leather.
In order to convey the goodness of genuine leather to our customers, we took our time in every step of the process: cutting, beveling, polishing, straining, and hand-sewing.
In contrast to the tight color, the warm black color is painstakingly hand-painted.
The more you use it for a long time, the more its depth of flavor will deepen as a unique form of aging.