Wallets & Belts
- Made from 8-9oz. thick, 1 3/8" wide brown Leather.
- Also available in dark brown.
- Solid, seamless roller buckle.
- Choose "Without Buckle" to order your belt without a buckle.
- Antique Brass Fox Creek Leather snap buckle enclosure.
- Removable belt loop (keeper).
- 1 3/8 inch wide
- Made in the USA.
Our Light Brown Leather Belt is made from double shoulder cowhide leather. This leather belt is a one piece belt that will not come apart as many pieced leather belts do. Our brown belts are suitable for dress or casual wear.
Note on sizing: When ordering your belt, we suggest that you choose a belt size 2 inches larger than the waist measurement on your pants. For instance, if you pants measure 34" at the waist, we recommend you order a size 36 belt. For the ladies: use the measurement around the waist band of your pants. For instance if around your pants waist measures 34" we recommend you order a size 34 belt. This is to ensure a proper fit without having to fasten your belt in the first or last hole. The size of the belt equals the measurement from the end of the leather at the buckle end to the middle hole on the belt. So a size 36 belt will measure 36" from the end of the leather at the buckle end to the middle hole in the belt, or 40" from the same point to the opposite end of the belt. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us.
This Item is NOT cover under our Lifetime Guarantee.
Fox Creek Leather Belts
Posted by Chuck on Oct 5th 2014
I have the Black and Brown belts. The brown is 5 years old and the black is 3. They both have been worn on construction sites and soaked in sweat. They have held up to a holstered heavy .357 magnum and even a couple of dunkings in the Mississippi when ol' whiskers pulled my fishing pole in the river and I went in after it. I still wear one or the other every day and will replace them with Fox Creek Leather Belts if they ever wear out!
Good belt for the price
Posted by Chad on Aug 30th 2010
Got this belt 6 months ago and it's great. It ages gracefully with a nice "broken in" patina. Keep in mind though it's 9oz and not 10.5oz as the black or dark brown belts.
I'd say 9oz is the bare minimum thickness for a premium belt, 10.5 oz the sweet spot and anything over is an overkill.
The killer feature of Fox Creek belts are the buckles. I've looked around and never found anything near the quality of the buckles. Very solid brass and THICK seamless roller, get it and you'll see for yourself.
Only gripe I have is the non-standard width of 1.3/8 inches, which is a little narrow for a casual belt and the buckle won't fit on standard 1.5" belts.
Overall a great belt for the price.
Superb quality - my new favorite belt
Posted by Zack on Aug 27th 2009
I have now had this belt for over a year, so I think enough time has passed to write a meaningful review. In the past, I've worn belts to destruction. Many of the department store brands fall apart or show considerable signs of wear after only a few months and honestly, this is unacceptable. I finally found Fox Creek for motorcycle leathers and gloves and thought since their other stuff is so great, why not try a basic belt?
Thus far, I have absolutely zero issues with the belt. I bought a 38 for my 36" waist and it fits very well. The hardware is perfect and very durable. Some of the bright brass finish is rubbing off, but that is inevitable with the 24/7 duty it gets, and honestly I like how it looks when its slightly "distressed" from use. Functionally though, it is still perfect. The leather has softened with age, but is still very tough and holds its shape. I really like the fact that if I wanted to, I could attach a different style buckle with the snap closure.
For the price, you will not be disappointed in this product. Thanks to Fox Creek for offering Made in the USA (especially VA) products that are both well-priced and superb quality.
If you look hard enough.....
Posted by Tom on Nov 20th 2007
I just received my belt, and I have to say, the quality is superb. I'm wearing it now. It is comforting to know that if you look hard enough, you can still find "made in America".