How to care for a leather belt
Our men's belts are made with natural Italian, vegetable-tanned leather. Our leather is soft and being natural, shows slight imperfections and natural marks from the cow hide. You should expect your belt to slightly wear and darken in colour. This is a characteristic of the vegetable tanned leather and adds a touch of character and class.
The more you care for your belt the better it will age.
Here are some helpful tips to keep your belt in top condition:
- Try to hang your belt when you aren't wearing it. This allows the leather to sit naturally and avoid stretching.
- When travelling, roll your belt and keep it in your travel pouch. Bury it deep in the middle of your suitcase to protect it from other travel items.
- Use leather conditioner every 6 months.
- Be conscious of the buckle holes you use, try not to be too aggressive when putting on and taking the belt off as they can wear.
- Avoid over-exposure to extreme heat or direct lighting.