My lined gun belts are made of double layered 6/7 oz premium cowhide, and are available in 1.25", 1.5" and 1.75" widths.
The buckles are attached with Chicago screws (brass screws for brass buckles, and nickle screws for nickel buckles), so you can always change out the buckle in the future.
When ordering a belt, it it imperative that you follow the directions for belt sizing found at the link below. If you have any questions regarding sizing, please e-mail me
*Please understand I cannot accept returns on belts due to a mistake in sizing on your part*
Double layered belt with a single row of stitching along the border.
Double layered belt with two rows of stitching along the border.
Double layered belt with ends that taper.
Single Stitched Border Row- $110.00
Double Stitched Border Row- $115.00
Buckles are available in a round style, or a square style. There may be very slight differences in the buckle you receive, based on available stock.
Buckles are available in solid brass, or nickle plated solid brass.
Below you will find instructions on how to properly measure for your new gun belt. Your new belt will be very rigid, so even a properly sized gun belt may seem a bit snug. As it breaks in and conforms to your body, it will become much more comfortable, while still maintaining the ability to support even the heaviest firearm.
Lay your old belt flat on a table or floor and measure from the inside edge of the tip of the buckle (A) to the center of the hole that you wear your belt (B).
Remember to keep in mind the Inside the Waistband holster or IWB accessories (if applicable) that you will be wearing on your belt and add length as needed. Typically, two inches of extra length will be enough to accomodate an IWB holster, but that is not always true for every individual.
The most accurate method, is to put on your old belt with all your gear in place. Take note of which belt hole you used and measure to that belt hole. If you currently don't yet have an IWB holster or accessories, you can take your UN-LOADED gun (check it twice, check it again, move all ammo to a different room), magazine, etc. and tuck it into your pants in the position you will be carrying. Once again, if you have ANY doubt about your measurements please e-mail me and we can get it worked out.