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The Daily Belt - Black

$86.00
or 6 payments of $14.33 Laybuy

or 4 payments of $21.50  

Size

Made using heavy 3.5mm vegetable tanned leather, The Daily Belt is your constant companion for any outfit. The full grain leather will continue to develop over time as it softens and develops its own unique patina. It's also fitted with solid brass hardware to ensure long lasting quality.

Also available in Tan.

Sizing:

Each belt size has two measurements, the smallest is the length to the first hole and the largest is the length to the last hole. It is best to select a belt that has your size around the middle, leaving room for that extra holiday weight.

 Size: CM Inches:
S 75-88cm 29"-34"
M 83-96cm 32"-38"
L 90-103cm 35"-40"
XL 99-112cm 39"-44"

Care:

Vegetable tanned leather is a great product which uses a more natural process than chrome tanned leather. It creates a long lasting product that allows each item to age and develop its own unique patina. To get the best out of your vegetable tanned leather, it is important to treat it right.

  • Each of our leather products is shipped out with our natural leather balm to protect and soften the leather.
  • A thin coating should be applied and rubbed in before use. We recommend reapplying every few months.
  • Sun will cause pigments in the leather to fade in the beginning but the natural leather will also darken and develop its own colour with use.
  • If you wish to keep the brass hardware polished, this can be done with normal metal polish.

The Good:

For every market bag purchase $3 will be donated to Lihle through Just Peoples.

Lihle, a local woman from the tribal village of Kwa Shange in South Africa, has a big heart and a big vision. In Lihle’s village, there are increasing numbers of orphaned and vulnerable children due to a high prevalence of HIV/Aids. At the same time, many children die before the age of 2 so there is an urgent need for improved maternal healthcare. In 2006 Lihle set up education and maternity health programmes to address these two key issues her community faces and to break the cycle of poverty. 

Read more here.