[Croco pattern leather]
35mm belt
color: Black

SKU: 391224BK32

size: 32 inches (81cm)
Only 1 unit left



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A high -quality kip leather and a real small -crocoded press belt born from the desire to make a playful belt.
The table uses a kip leather for over one year after birth with a fine texture and a solid strength, and on the back, a nume leather with a sandpaper. The surface is finished in a transparent Anilin tone so that the spots of crocods, which are deeply embossed with bright shades, shine.

The belt width is not too thin and not too thick because of the idea that it can be used in dress down or in casual scenes. Many customers have chosen as a gift.

"The invisible part. That's why I don't get out of hand."

The point of whether you can use it for many years.
That is the choice of a core material.

Core material used between leather and leather.
All the belt core products that are made in the Brooklyn Museum adopt tannin tanned leather.
In general, synthetic materials are often used as a core material, but using a core material called Shibiba (Shibu) increases strength and becomes less likely to be tone.
It is an indispensable point for long -term use to stick to the invisible part from the outside.

Another point is that it is made called "feather".
As a way to make a dress belt, there is a technology that has a volume in the center of the belt and tailor a three -layer structure. This technology adds a smooth curve and a solid appearance beauty.
It also improves the fit when the belt is tightened.

The surface is made of croco pattern leather, and the back is made of nume leather with sandpaper with sandpaper. In addition, when attaching a buckle, it is not a sewing machine but four places are hand -sewn firmly, so it is durable enough to pull the buckle.


Leather [Croco pattern leather]

Leather with a small crocodile embossed on a kip leather (cowhide) of over one year after birth. In order to express a texture close to a real crocodile, a more uneven shading is reflected by pressing another type at the same time instead of simply pressing the mold from the table. Furthermore, by applying a semi -aniline (mixing dyes and pigments well) at the time of dyeing, it becomes a transparent color, and the unevenness of the unevenness looks beautiful due to the reflection of light.
The contrast between the rich color and the playful stitch color is unique to the Brooklyn Museum. The stitch color carefully selected to approach the leather that the tanner is beautifully dyed beautifully is the best match for the coordination color of the coordination.
It is a series that maximizes the ease of use of cowhide while retaining the luxury of crocodile.


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[Table] Croco pattern leather (cowhide)
[Back] Nume leather (cowhide)


[Table] Black
[Stitch] Black


Width 3.5 (unit: cm)

country of origin


This item is not eligible for engraving free campaign.
* Due to the structure, the engraving cannot be pressed after the finish.

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