Lambeth Belt - Brown
The unique workwear-inspired bridle leather belt created in Shoreditch, London by master leatherworker Kingsley Walters and named after the old manufacturing borough of London. The high-quality leather is hand-cut and bevelled to create a truly outstanding wide look that will stand the test of time and weather naturally. The Lambeth belt is a versatile unisex product befitting the latest urban fashion as well as more vintage look.
Hailing from Kingston, Jamaica, Kingsley Walters is one of the finest leather workers in London. Originally a tailor specializing in denim, Kingsley became interested in leathercraft, which eventually grew into a deep-rooted passion. As time went on, he became more intrigued with expanding his craft using traditional methods.
|MATERIAL||Vegetable tanned Leather|
|BUCKLE||Durable Brass Buckle|
Kingsley Walters ships free of charge worldwide using a tracked service. Kingsley Walters does have a express shipping option. All products are shipped from the United Kingdom.
TAXES & DUES
Depending on your country of residence, you may be requested to pay import duties by your country’s custom authorities. These fees are the receiver’s responsibility and are not included by either Debonair or Kingsley Walters.
Kingsley Walters products are bespoke and made to order. Sadly, due to this, returns are not possible. Should you however have comments regarding the quality of the goods received, please email us with thoughts and pictures at firstname.lastname@example.org
With proper care, vegetable tanned leather can last many decades, and will only become more valuable and unique with time. Most vegetable tanned leather does not come pre-treated with oils and waxes, so the fibers will react to water by stiffening and shrinking. Therefore, you should keep it away from water for at least the first month or so of use, to allow the leather fibers time to soften and absorb oils to increase its natural water resistance.
Additionally, vegetable tanned leather is sensitive to high heat and can crack if heated to extreme temperatures. Make sure to not use a blow dryer or heat gun on the leather, and do not store your accessory in an excessively hot area.
We recommend that you apply a small amount leather balm to your accessory every few months or so - rub it in with a soft lint-free cloth and your fingers. A little goes a long way, and you can work it into the leather with soft circles. This will nourish the leather and restore its luster, as well as replace essential oils and waxes to keep it flexible and resilient.
We also recommend a full cleaning of the leather once a year, using a leather oil & cleaner kit to remove any accumulated dirt, deeply refresh it and fully restore the leather to its natural beauty.