Men's leather belts are the traditional material used for belts. We have an assorted brand range of dress belts suited for a business look or as casual wear belts.
The reversible belts shown are understandably good value as essentially you have two belt looks, for the price of one. Our selected brands are City Club, Cambridge and Joe Black. Sizes from 76cm to 132cm.
City Club Plain Black Leather Dress Belt. Sizes 82cm to 112cm
City Club Buffalo Leather Casual Belt Black, Brown Tan. Sizes 77cm to 132cm
City Club Plaited Casual / Business Belt. Sizes 87cm to 112cm
Buying a belt online is easy, choose the same size that you would wear as a trouser. It is an old wives tale that you should get the next size up from your pants, no logic to it.
The belt is measured for size labelling, from the base of the prong to the middle hole out of the five holes in the belt. This assumes that you wear the belt near to or in the middle hole.
The following are some of the most important factors to consider when determining the quality of a leather belt:
Leather quality: High-quality leather belts are made from full-grain leather, which is the highest quality leather available. Full-grain leather is durable, flexible, and will develop a patina over time. Cheaper leather belts are often made from bonded leather, which is a lower-quality leather material made from leather scraps and a resin binder.
Stitching: A high-quality leather belt will have strong, straight, and consistent stitching. Poor-quality belts may have loose or frayed stitching that will quickly come undone.
Hardware: The buckle and other metal hardware on a leather belt should be heavy-duty and securely attached. Poor-quality belts may have lightweight hardware that will easily break or come loose.
Finish: A high-quality leather belt will have a smooth, even finish without any blemishes or defects. Poor-quality belts may have rough, uneven, or discoloured finishes.
Brand reputation: Some brands have a reputation for producing high-quality leather belts, while others are known for producing low-quality products. Consider the brand's reputation when choosing a leather belt.
Price: As a general rule, high-quality leather belts will be more expensive than cheaper belts. However, price alone is not always a reliable indicator of quality, as some expensive belts may be overpriced and of poor quality, while some affordable belts may be excellent value for money.
By taking these factors into consideration, you can get a good idea of the quality of a leather belt, and make an informed decision when choosing the best belt for you.