Standard 3.5cm width hardwearing leather belt made from one solid piece of dark brown vegetable tanned stirrup learther. Paired with an antiqued square brass-effect buckle.
XX Small: 75cm – Men’s UK 26”-28” / Ladies UK 4-6 X Small: 80cm – Mens UK 28”-30” / Ladies UK 6-8 Small: 85cm – Mens UK 30”-32” / Ladies UK 8-10 Medium: 90cm – Mens UK 32”-34” / Ladies UK 10-12 Large: 95cm – Mens 34”-36” / Ladies UK 12-14 X Large: 100cm – Mens 36”-38” / Ladies 14-16 XX Large: 105cm – Mens UK 38”-40” / Ladies UK 16-18 XXX Large: 110cm – Mens UK 40”-42” / Ladies UK 18-20
The size measurement in centimetres gives you the approximate measurement from the top of the leather, not including the buckle, to the middle of the hole range.
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The Estribos family moved from the Falkland Islands to farm sheep in Patagonia, Southern Argentina in 1863, well before Robert Leroy Parker and Harry Longabaugh (a.k.a. Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid) experienced the long cold winters there. The firm's hat making activities in Buenos Aires go back over 125 years and their leather workshop has been in action for over three decades. The importance of their roots is reflected in their truly Argentine range of products, many unique outside of the country. There are now quite a number of suppliers of Polo Belts or so-called Gaucho Belts and Polo Dog Collars but you would be hard pressed to get two words of Spanish (never mind "Lunfardo", our equivalent of Cockney Rhyming Slang) from any of them. The huge interest in their Estribos Polo Belts has generated a wave of copy cats, and whilst they are flattered we would suggest that you buy an original.