Important! Please scroll down and follow instructions for measuring carefully! Our sizing has changed slightly over the years, so best to measure for each new belt!
Now, about that belt. The best you will ever own. Guaranteed.
Triple Nickel Belts are 1.5" wide and made from 12-13oz bridle leather (roughly 1/4" thick). Overbuilt for longterm use on the jobsite, in the office or just out and about. Truly, I expect this to be the last belt you ever buy.
Live Edge - Pure and unrefined, no edge dye or burnishing. This one's for holding your pants up during hard and heavy use. Please note: Live Edge Black has a natural center.
High Finish - A bit more refined and just as heavy-duty, our High Finish belts are edge treated and burnished for days when you need to dress things up a bit.
Each belt will be custom-assembled and shipped with your choice of Classic Bar Style Buckle in your choice of Brass or Nickel finishes. See pics for options.
For the coolest among you, we've designed our belts to easily accommodate that sweet vintage buckle in your top drawer. Simply unfasten/fasten a pair of Chicago screws to swap in your favorite buckle.
Belts are sized in 2" increments, from a 25-26" for the small-waisted among you, all the way up to a 59-60" for the big folks.
If you follow our instructions on measuring, we pretty much guarantee a great fit with flexibility for a few pounds in either direction. If you do order the incorrect size (maybe it was a gift or you just used your best guess), we'll be happy to exchange for the correct fit. We'll just kindly ask that your cover shipping both ways.
Measuring for Perfect Fit!
For yourself or if you're buying as a gift.
Secure the old belt (best if current)
Look for the hole near the end that's seen the most use.
Lay belt on a flat surface for measuring.
Measure from the end of the buckle to the aforementioned hole (see pic)
If you feel you have no other options, then the best we can suggest is to take current pants size and add 2 or 3 inches. This is truly a rough approximation, but may could possibly work.
We even put together a little video explainer to make this all a little easier!