Crossed Horse

Mackenzie & George

Size Guide

Taking inspiration from our Cross Fox, is the crossed horse.

A mini horse head is mounted on a crossed over loops for a subtle detail.  This is part of our new suede collection, lined with a luxurious nubuck to give it an extra soft feel. 

Antique finish brass buckle or chrome finish work beautifully against the soft texture of the suedes, available in navy, camel or chocolate. 

  • 35mm wide. 5 holes to adjust for comfort
  • Made in England
  • Designed and crafted in our family run, rural workshop 
  • Super soft suede & nubuck lined
  • Equestrian collection: Inspired by the British Field Pursuits & Countryside
  • Hand polished and lacquered solid brass antique or chrome finish buckle
  • Built To Last - we guarantee it!

Collections: Equestrian Collection


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Size Guide

 

DO NOT ORDER JEANS WAIST SIZE!

THIS WILL BE 3-6 INCHES WRONG! PLEASE TAKE 2 MINS TO READ OUR GUIDE.

Follow one of these 3 different ways to find the perfect belt size.  Remember we offer an easy exchange service if the size isn't right.

PLEASE BE AWARE EXCHANGES & RETURNS ARE NOT AVAILABLE ON PERSONALISED ITEMS.

The measurements we have given are to the second tightest hole of 5, which depending on the style are usually 1" apart.  There is less of a gap between holes on styles like the Windsor and Burghley.

1. Measure an existing belt  (RECOMMENDED METHOD)

Probably the most accurate and simplest way to do this. Just measure an existing belt from where the leather wraps over the buckle to the most worn hole (usually evident by a crease in the leather).  

 

2. Measure yourself

Take a tailors tape measure either through the loops of your trousers or around the point you'd like to wear the belt. Use this measurement - don't make any allowances for the tip or holes as this is all worked out within the measurement we are given.

3. Use our size guide below

This is the least accurate method, but the below should give you a rough guideline of what size to buy.Mackenzie & George Size Guide