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Legacy Leather Belt

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This Curtis Rempel Handcrafted belt will last a lifetime and get more beautiful with age so you can feel great about your style and never go belt shopping again. The belt is a very versatile width of 1.25" making it perfect for dressy and casual occasions.

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Because of the timeless nature of CRH belts, each one has 7 holes to accommodate different sized men as generations come and go.

- 1.25” wide strap

- Full grain leather

- Solid brass hardware

Leather color and grain pattern may vary slightly from featured photos. 

Made to order.

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
Jordan J
Beyond Expectation!!

I was anticipating a belt that would fit well and last a long time. This is that and so much more! The 'perfect fit' option removes the awkward excess belt that often is stuck in-between a loop and has nowhere to go. That is not longer an issue. I'm also very happy with the look of the hand pounded grid texture and anticipate that the only reason I will have to buy another belt is because I may want to try one in black. I highly recommend.

James S
Really Impressed

I got the grid belt in black and I'm really impressed with it. I love how the grid adds texture and sets it apart from any other belts I've seen (but not in an obnoxious or attention grabbing way). I wanted a unique belt with some class and that's exactly what I got. I love that I'll never have to replace it!

Dave H
One of a kind

As soon as I saw this belt, I wanted it. I already had the Woodsman Belt and it's become my favorite belt. The Grid Belt has a cool design and finish to it that makes it both visually interesting and classy to my eye. I like that it's thinner than the Woodsman Belt, which works really well for dressier or business casual settings. The leather is super soft and pliable, but very durable. Along with the high quality antiqued brass hardware, these belts might outlast me. Some day, my grandkids will be wondering why grandpa was trying to hand down his old belts like they were family heirlooms.