Most belts sold in the world are made from leather, and most of them are made of thick, solid cow hide. Cow hide is stable, available in sufficient quantities, and cattle hides are large enough to produce belts with a waist size of 1.7 metres. Vegetable tanned leather is mostly used to make belts because of the higher filling ability of vegetable tannins that make it strong and solid enough for a belt. It is common for belts to have decorative embossing, stitching or braiding.
In China, belts are produced at a very low cost and therefore sold at a very low price. Cheap belts often consist of several layers. Some layers are then made of cheaper materials such as cardboard, foam or plastic. It is therefore important to check carefully whether it is really a sturdy belt or even real leather.
Leather belts sold all over the world.
Work belt in the Pantanal in Brazil.
Holsters for weapons, ammunition, etc.
video about leather belts
The manufacturing of leather belts at www.ludwigschroeder.de.
Cartridge belts made of leather
These are a type of belt and are used for various purposes.
Leather straps can hold down the bonnets of vintage cars.
Leather straps can provide tension for the convertible top or hold the rear-view mirror.
Or fix the spare wheel.
Or like here with the Rolls Royce, a canister.
A beautiful picnic hamper with leather straps from www.landlord-pas.de.
Ski poles with leather straps.
Bridle for horses.
And in eroticism. The use of leather straps knows no boundaries ...
- Leather strips - Leather laces - Leather straps
- Leather bracelets
- Watch strap
- Dog leash - Dog collar
- Leather whips