Kilt Belt Double Buckle, Steampunk Sprocket Gear Design, For Costume Conventions and Festivals

Only 5 left in stock

$135.00

Please measure before ordering.
If smaller or larger size is needed please contact us.

Is your clothing fashion influenced by 19th century industrial steam-powered machinery? Our steampunk sprocket gear belt was inspired by our customers that wanted to show off their Victorian era passions with their beloved kilt. Are your ready to break away from the kilt uniform fashion and express your individual style while wearing your kilt?

* 2 1/2 inches wide
*Hand cut 8/9 ounce leather from the full hide
*Hand stamped sprocket gear design the full length of the belt
*Hand dyed a two-tone color scheme with dark brownish-black and red
*Hand stitched leather snap on/off keeper so you can easily slip the belt through kilt belt loops
*Hand set rivets with distinguished antique brass hardware

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*PLEASE double check your belt size for your order.
*Made to Order
*Reach out to us with any questions you may have about this product!
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BELT SIZING:
Measure your size while wearing your kilt, pirate, Santa, Cosplay or other costume/uniform/regalia. Belt sizes are determined by measuring where the leather wraps around the buckle to the center hole. 

1. BEST METHOD: Measure yourself where you want to wear the belt. Use a flexible measuring tape or a string that is then measured. If your measurement is 42 inches then your belt size is 42.

2. Measure a belt that you currently wear (with your costume/uniform). Measure from where the leather wraps around the buckle to the hole that you currently use. If this measurement is 42 inches then order size 42. (If measuring with a plate/trophy buckle add the distance between the leather wrap and the spike)

IMPORTANT: Do not measure the belt from end to end. You will not get an accurate size.
around the buckle to the hole that you currently use. If this measurement is 42 inches then order size 42.

IMPORTANT: Do not measure the belt from end to end. You will not get an accurate size.