These belts are the result of a complete Montana collaboration between artist, Casey Underwood , in Bozeman and leathersmith, Daniel Earnest of Whiskey Leatherworks in Missoula.
The foundation of this belt is a 1.5" wide, full-grain, American-tanned, Natural Brown Chromexcel leather strap from the Horween Tannery; one of the oldest tanneries in the US. The belt building process begins with a full side of leather which is inspected for quality upon arrival at our Missoula shop. After inspection, the belt straps are then hand-cut from the best portions of the hide. Each strap is sized, punched and cut one at a time. Webbing is then stitched to each belt strap and paired with an antique brass roller buckle, matching snaps and a hand-stitched leather keep. With seven different fish pattens to choose from, this unique and handmade belt is sure to become you're go-to.