This durable belt is handmade in Bergamo and it is perfect for more casual looks.
The buckle is hand stitched to ensure maximum strength and the metal does not ring at airport security.
It comes with a luxury dust bag to store it and to use while travelling.
Check the back of one of your existing belts to find your current Italian/European size. If that is not available we recommend you select your belt size based on your usual pants size, using the conversion table below.
For example, if you normally wear trousers in size 34, your best size for belts is 95.
BELT SIZE 85 90 95 100 105 110 EQUIVALENT
UK / US
30 32 34 36 38 40
The belt width is 3cm.
For any questions on sizing and if your size is not available please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will help you.
To remove dust or dirt, brush the leather gently with a soft-bristled or suede brush. For calf leather, soak up spills with a clean, absorbent cloth. Use a damp cloth if spills are anything other than water. Leave to dry naturally out of direct sunlight.
Sourced from Santa Croce in Italy, our full grain leather is among the finest in the world.
Home to time-honoured winemakers, goldsmiths and leather craftsmen, the ancient Santa Croce quarter of Florence is a fount of true artisanal skill. The obvious destination from which to source our leather, the selected specialist tanneries we partner with uphold centuries-old techniques. Accomplished craftspeople apply mastery and finesse passed down through generations in order to produce Italian leather which is both durable and unique.
By using only the finest full grain leather from Santa Croce sull’Arno, we embrace the very natural grain and lines that exude quality. This dedication to the authenticity of the hide is also reflected in the traditional vegetable tanning technique. Not only is it the most environmentally-friendly choice - eliminating the need for harmful and abrasive chemicals - but it also further preserves leather’s natural characteristics. The result is fully resistant leather which develops a beautiful patina the more you use it.
Half Chest: Measure the width of the chest from seam to seam, approximately one inch below the armpit seams.
Length: On the back of the garment, measure from the bottom of the collar to the end of the garment.
Sleeves: Measure from the top of the shoulder seam to the end of the cuff.
Please bear in mind the actual garment size can vary 1-2% from the size table due to technical properties of the materials and of the production.