The Fancy Pants: dress belt for men from steveb leatherworks

The Fancy Pants is a custom, one-off belt, ready to be tailored to your waist measurements – around the nickel buckle pictured.
I tailor the belt (after you’ve sent me a needed measurement) to your size, before it is shipped to you.
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I don’t generally make dress belts, this is a first.
You suit wearing warriors – take note.

The Fancy Pants is black. It is very cool, very different and kind of subtle in a uniquely obvious way- it also has my usual white thread..this is a heavy duty belt, made from 10oz domestically tanned leather.

I’ve been a suit and tie guy and let me tell you, it sucks. Why does it suck? Well, it feels like you are wearing a costume – and who the hel2014-07-19 at 23-15-59  l wants to play Halloween year round? Well, this belt helps you feel a little less clownish and a little more connected to the real you…. kind of like having a blade in your pocket… same kind of deal.

If I have to explain it further, well….. I aint! Ya get it or not.

This belt has been cut from the very best domestically made 10oz , vegetable tanned leather. The belt is lined with mission grain pigskin and stitched with domestically sourced nylon thread, giving it a resilience to stretching, sweating and wear. I use only the best dyes, hardware and threads – and a ton of information is available on my web site.

DETAILS of this belt:


The Fancy Pants is 1″ wide, the buckle is nickel plated brass – very high quality – the same hardware than Dooney & Bourke uses.

I attach the buckle with Chicago screws so if you ever want to change up the buckle on your own, you’ll be able to.
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I also make knife and tool sheaths from heavy weight vegetable tanned cowhide. I’ve made guitar straps, leashes and wristbands – all with a different look and design as your commonly used to seeing. If you’re looking for something you don’t see, ask. I am always up for a challenge, within reason.

I have happy customers, please take a look:

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