I make a variety of belts, in both 1.25" and 1.5" widths. See the belt section of the shop here.
HORWEEN DUBLIN PREMIUM BELT - $90
Horween's Dublin is an incredible leather. A little firmer than Chromexcel, it makes a fantastic belt. I offer these belts with hand dyed, beveled and burnished edges.
See the bottom of the page for buckle options.
I have these available right now in brown.
HORWEEN CHROMEXCEL BELT - $60
Horween's Chromexcel is a legendary soft, supple leather. Finished with top quality buckles and chicago screws with round or teardrop holes. 1.5" or 1.25" thick. This belt has straight cut unfinished edges that will round slightly over time. This belt will look better and better the older it gets and pairs best with your favorite denim. This is not a dress belt. Available with heel bar buckle and leather keeper or with center bar buckle.
Available in black, brown, burgundy and Natural Chromexcel.
NATURAL VEGETABLE TANNED BELT - $65
10 oz. natural vegetable tanned leather from Hermann Oak tannery in St. Louis. Natural veg tan is an unfinished "raw" leather that develops a very unique patina and pattern of wear based upon the user. It starts as stiff, pale leather with a tan color and ages to deep shades of caramel. It will soften with use and conditioning with oil or leather balm. Leather nuts love it because it ages so dramatically. This belt will look better and better the older it gets and pairs best with your favorite denim. This is not a dress belt. Available with heel bar buckle and leather keeper or with center bar buckle. The edges are burnished smooth. 1.5" or 1.25" width.
This should be treated regularly with my One Star Leather Balm.
Check my Etsy belt listings for current buckle availability. A variety of roller bar buckles and center bar buckles are available in solid brass, solid stainless and nickel plated finishes: silver, antiqued brass and gunmetal.
I also have a solid copper buckle (#9), and sterling silver buckles available upon request.
All my belts are custom sized. Your belt size is NOT your pant size, it is typically a couple inches larger than your pant size. The best way to determine size is by measuring a current belt that fits you well. Measure the distance from the hole you use most to where the leather folds over the buckle. I do all my belts with a run of 5 holes and size them about 1" tight to account for some stretch as the belt breaks in.