Drayton - Feather Belt

Mackenzie & George

Size Guide

Two panels of alternating real guinea fowl and pheasant feathers around the belt to give detail from every angle.  The feathers are then protected with a specially formulated protection which further secures them for a long lasting finish without taking away their natural beauty.  

With the vegetable tanned aniline leather giving a half matt look, and the feathered and stitched edges create a smart look, completed by the full grain nubuck for a luxurious feel.

  • 30mm wide. 5 holes to adjust for comfort
  • Made in England
  • Design and crafted in our family run, rural workshop
  • Vegetable Tanned Pull-Up Full Grain Leather
  • Lined with full grain Nubuck
  • M&G Crest blind bossed on loop
  • FIELD collection: Inspired by the British Field Pursuits & Countryside
  • Hand polished and lacquered solid brass buckle
  • Built To Last - we guarantee it!
We changed our sizing in May 2017 - please refer to size guide!

 

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Size Guide

 

Sizing at a glance

Following the steps below should make belt buying pain free.  But we understand that sometimes it doesn't go to plan, which is why we offer Easy Exchanges on all our products (unfortunately we can not refund nor exchange on personalised items).

1. Measure with tape measure

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The most accurate and simplest way to find the perfect size. Just measure an existing belt from the TOP of the buckle to the most worn hole (usually evident by a crease in the leather).  

 Or simply wrap a tape measure around yourself at the point you'd wear the belt and use that measurement.

Use this measurement to choose your belt based on the 'Tape Measurement' column below. 

2. Use our guide

This is a less accurate method, but the below should give you a rough guideline of what size to buy.

 

Sizing in depth

Most of our belts have 6 holes, all 1" apart, and we recommend best fit to be in the 2nd, 3rd or 4th holes giving you room to wear them at different points and for the best balance on the belt. 

However, if you prefer a longer or shorter tip, just take a look at our chart below to see what hole your measurement will line up to make your choice.