CRAFTMANSHIP, QUALITY AND CARE STORIES

CRAFTMANSHIP, QUALITY AND CARE STORIES

Wood Belt quality is result of careful and accurate process. It includes:

  • Carefully selected woods.
  • Milling to length and width.
  • Cutting following the grain of the wood.
  • Sanding.
  • Bevelling edges.
  • Cut-outs.
  • Front and back carving.
  • Cross- and lengthwise cutting.
  • Planing and moulding.
  • Burnishing edges.
  • Cutting into elements.
  • CNC cutting.
  • Turning dowels.
  • Drilling belt holes.
  • Sharpening.
  • Gluing.
  • Final formatting of length and width.
  • Final sanding.
  • Oiling.
  • Polishing.
  • Engraving.

Stories of quality and care

The quality of Wood Belt belts is guaranteed through the cooperation of several master craftspeople, and we have invested all of our know-how and care into their production. Therefore we offer a lifetime warranty on the wooden parts of Wood Belt belts.

It’s a good idea to take care of your belt even while you are wearing it. Wood Belt belts have to be worn with care and with the understanding that wood is a natural and breakable material. The wooden part of the belt (the buckle) is oiled, and therefore should occasionally be wiped with a dry cloth. Clean the leather part with a damp cloth, adding a bit of mild antibacterial soap if you like, and dry gently with a dry cloth. After drying, the belt can be treated with a leather conditioner, which will keep the leather soft and reduce cracking.

Stories of quality and care

The quality of Wood Belt belts is guaranteed through the cooperation of several master craftspeople, and we have invested all of our know-how and care into their production. Therefore we offer a lifetime warranty on the wooden parts of Wood Belt belts.

It’s a good idea to take care of your belt even while you are wearing it. Wood Belt belts have to be worn with care and with the understanding that wood is a natural and breakable material. The wooden part of the belt (the buckle) is oiled, and therefore should occasionally be wiped with a dry cloth. Clean the leather part with a damp cloth, adding a bit of mild antibacterial soap if you like, and dry gently with a dry cloth. After drying, the belt can be treated with a leather conditioner, which will keep the leather soft and reduce cracking.