Coronado Leather Americana Ranger Belt #280

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Handmade leather Americana Ranger Belt by Coronado Leather, brought to you by Letherwerks.

The traditional style of the original ranger belt, the billet is sewn onto the base of the belt with contrasting stitching; adding to the classic design. The original design was used to help extend the life of the belt as the billets could be replaced.

. F e a t u r e s .

  • Contrast stitching. 
  • Replaceable buckle.
  • Chicago screw.
  • Hand-polished and antiqued edges.

. D e t a i l s .

  • Width: 1 ½”
  • Handmade In USA.

. M a t e r i a l s .

  • Leather: 8/9oz Horween® dublin leather. 
  • Hardware: Solid Brass Buckle (antique finish) and Chicago screw. 
  • Lining: Backed leather - unlined

. A m e r i c a n a . C o l l e c t i o n .

The Americana Collection brings back the look and feel that American-made heirloom quality leather goods once had. Made with a rich chestnut colored, vegetable tanned leather from Horween® of Chicago. Vegetable tanned leather is a traditional artisanal and labor intense tanning process that creates unique characteristics in an environmentally friendly manner. The hides are processed in large wooden drums with natural tree bark tannins, waxes and Horween’s proprietary tanning liquors which were developed more than a century ago. The slightly vintage look and feel of these products truly look better with age and wear. The designs are traditional and classic Americana with solid antiqued brass hardware, brushed bull denim cotton linings, and hand-stained edges. All made in Coronado Leather's San Diego leather shop.

. C o r o n a d o . L e a t h e r . B e l t s .

Coronado Leather started making belts more than a decade ago and their process has not changed much today. Their belts are truly handmade the way traditional saddle makers were taught to make them. The entire process is done in their San Diego workshop. They start with premium leathers, cut the hides in strips and back them with a lightly buffed, vegetable tanned liner. The stitching is done with care and the edges are beveled, stained and polished by hand not by automated machines. The company prides itself on the process and won't compromise quality to save time, which is exactly why we carry them.