Flagrant Beard

Men's Blackout Belt

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  • Plain finished, Blackout Belt
  • Full grain 12/13 oz leather
  • Interchangeable, black anodized steel buckle
  • Hand made by the Amish in Tennessee, USA


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Discreet, yet admirable. Rigid, yet comfortable. Gets the job done, but is ready to have a little fun. This is Flagrant Beard's Blackout Belt. Whether you're on the job, at the range, or heading into town for a few cold ones, this belt is readily at your side. And dashingly looks the part, if I might add. 

Features:

  • Full grain 12/13 oz leather
  • Articulated curve
  • 1/8”+ thick leather
  • Plain finish
  • Finished edges
  • Five ovalized holes (1″ between holes)
  • Threaded Chicago screws allow for interchangeable buckles
  • Black anodized steel buckle
  • Hand made by the Amish in Tennessee, USA

Flagrant Beard’s belts are in even sizes, measured from buckle tip to the middle hole. For the best possible fit, measure your favorite belt from buckle tip to the hole you use in inches, and order that size rounded to the nearest even number.

Stylistically, Flagrant Beard decided on a 12/13 oz “English” bridle leather (just over 1/8″ thick), making it perfect for bearing the weight of your daily load and more.

Flagrant Beard also chose elongated, oval holes forcing the buckle to lay flat. The Flagrant Blackout is offered in 11 sizes ranging from 30″ to 50″, ensuring you get the perfect fit, and the Chicago screws still allow you to swap out buckles. Most importantly, Flagrant Beard has increased the articulation of the belt, making it even more comfortable.

This “English” bridle leather is an example of innovation and expertise in tanning. The U.S. native steer hides are vegetable tanned or veg tanned (all natural from tree bark and other parts of plants) in large vats for 30 days. After tanning, it is drum dyed for true dye penetration and then stuffed with greases, tallows and waxes that make it weather resistant, and add strength, life, and durability.

Made by the Amish in Tennessee, USA.