|Dimensions||12.5 × 12 × 8 cm|
X-Large (To Fit 42" – 44" Trouser), Large (To Fit 38" – 40" Trouser), Medium (To Fit 34" – 36" Trouser), Small (To Fit 30" – 32" Trouser), X-Small (To Fit 26" – 28" Trouser), XX-Small (To Fit 22" – 24" Trouser)
Wembley, Belmont, NBC, No.19, My Lekker Belt & Leon
|XX-Small||To Fit 22" - 24" Trouser|
|X-Small||To Fit 26" - 28" Trouser|
|Small||To Fit 30" - 32" Trouser|
|Medium||To Fit 34" - 36" Trouser|
|Large||To Fit 38" - 40" Trouser|
|X-Large||To Fit 42" - 44" Trouser|
|XX-Large||To Fit 46" - 48" Trouser|
NBC: Mashaba (Brown)
- Emboss tip
- Stud tip deteail
This casual jeans belt from Newtown Boxing Club is your go-to for everyday wear. This belt was made in South Africa at
Few things age quite as distinctly or with as much character as leather. Displaying an imprint of your lifestyle on its exterior, a trusty leather belt or wallet bears an impression of one’s daily rituals and travels. This patina improves with use, and it is this malleable quality and transformational process that make accessories created from leather so uniquely wonderful to own.
When you use something every day it should improve with time, building a character as rich and as interesting as the life you lead. We have specifically chosen leathers that age beautifully over time, and little care is needed. To clean any of our leather items, we recommend using a soft, dry cloth (it can be slightly damp but then dry belt in the sun) to gently brush away surface dirt and grime. Try to avoid rubbing smooth leather against rough or sharp surfaces. Leather scratches easily. Avoid exposing your leather goods to humidity and direct sources of heat. If caught in the rain, remove any excess water by gently dabbing with a soft, dry cloth.
It is better to use a clothes hanger to hang your belt rather than looping them or rolling them up in a drawer. This will help avoid creases and will keep your belt in good shape. This will also give it enough breathing space since leather can attract mould when kept in an enclosed space.
Moisture is the biggest threat to leather belts because it can stain the leather. If you spill water on your belt, or if it gets wet because of rain, immediately blot it with a towel and let it air dry. It is not advisable to use hair dryers or any heat source to speed up the drying process as these can make the leather dry and brittle. Mould is easily removed by wiping it away with vinegar (diluted with water 50/50). If you do this hang it in the sun or in an open area and let it dry on its own.
If you’re using a leather conditioner for your shoes, you can also use it on your leather belt. This is best if your belt starts to look a little dull or when it loses its shine. The leather conditioner will add moisture and warmth to it. You can apply it to your belt every three to six months to keep it shiny.
One of the most important things you should remember in taking care of a leather belt is to wear the right size. When your belt fits too loosely, it can develop creases because of the way it folds on your waist. However, if your belt is too small, it will stretch to fit on your waist which can cause damage to the leather. A good belt size is usually two inches larger than your pants’ waist size, but of course, it’s safer to try them on when you buy one. A belt should be worn on the third hole counting from the tip.