This buckle is molded from the tread of a vintage Coker motorcycle tire. This is a “clincher” type tire, & was used from the early 1900’s to around 1932ish-
the buckle is cast in solid bronze and antiqued with a liver of sulfur patina.The buckle is roughly 3.5″ wide, and 2.5″ tall, and has a slight curve to it for the perfect fit-

the belt straps are 1.5″ wide, have burnished edges , and come in either a heavy weight brown or black leather. the belts have 5 holes punched in them, the center hole being the # stamped on the belt-

when choosing a belt size, it’s common practice to ad 3″-4″ to the waist size of the pants that fit you best.

feel free to contact me if you want or need a custom length for your belt, well happily accommodate this REQUEST at no extra charge!

Because of the unpredictability of the patina process the finish may vary.