1940s ARMY BELT
Lot No. 8042-00-64015
PEAT LABEL is a series using Chromexcel leather bespoke by Nigel Cabourn, and is named after the leather color that is inspired by peat.
From this PEAT LABEL, a leather belt with the design motif of the roller belt used in the US ARMY belt of the 1940s is now available.
■ For leather, we adopt Chromexcel leather, the highest grade of American long-established leather maker HORWEEN .
Since it contains more oil than general leather, the leather is hard to break and is soft.By adding oil to this Chromexcel leather to the limit, this product is more supple than normal Chromexcel leather, and you can enjoy aging more than ever, making it a leather suitable for many years of habitual use.
DARK BROWN uses a color that is inspired by peat, and BROWN uses a color that targets aged whiskey color.
■ The tip is embossed with the Nigel Cabourn logo mark.The belt width is 35 mm.Recommended for styling accents.
Length from the pin to the center hole
・ M size (approx. 87 cm)
・ L size (approx. 95 cm)
Built on the John Lofgren XNUMX last
Size: M: 83-93cm L: 91-101cm
Color: 2 colors
Country of production: Japan
Each piece of natural leather has a different look.There are some scratches and wrinkles, but please enjoy it as a product design.
We look forward to your understanding.