1932 MS No. 1090 White Inlay Belt
"A new and exclusive belt made of vegetable tanned leather doubled and stitched. White leather inlays and fancy cutouts" says the original catalog listing from 1932. This new reproduction design was clearly taken the from the cutouts and inlays of western boots. The same Herman Oak vegetable tanned leather is used on the front and lining but the only liberty taken from the original belt is the pig suede inlays. With a lined, inlaid and stitched belt the concern can often be "Will the belt stand up by itself in the corner of the room?" Way too thick? Not the case. A big reason why a Codina Leather belt is so comfortable to wear is the 6/7oz or 1/8" inch thickness and the White Leather Inlay belt is no different.
- Codina Leather nickel plated steel pressed 1930’s “Indian motif” buckle
- Herman Oak Grade A Natural Tooling hide
- Hand Painted Edges
- Black or Natural
- 6/7oz thickness