I’ve been playing with a few different “themes” for the website. I’m not real kicked in the head with any of ’em.
It would probably help if I knew what I was doing.
There are hundreds of companies and individuals in destitute third-world countries that are willing to help me out. I know this because they spam me constantly.
Please bear with me–I’ll figure this out, eventually. I will.
The belt above is one of my double-layer (dual-layer) bonded and stitched natural Hermann Oak gunbelts. It’s 1-1/2″ wide, and comes with seven holes spaced 3/4″ apart for adjustment. I like the look of the seven holes, and the functionality of being able to “fine-tune” the fit. The stitching is heavy nylon for years of hard use. The keeper is hand-molded, and hand-sewn…there’s no metal staple hidden behind it to corrode down the road. The edges are hand-beveled, hand-dyed, hand-burnished, polished and waxed. I’ve got an unhealthy obsession with stitching and edges. I’ll never get them perfect, but when they haul my ass away, I’ll still be seeking that perfection. This one’s topped off with solid, heavy, polished brass hardware and two floral engraved solid brass Chicago screws.
As always…handmade in what’s left of the good ol’ USA.