Sidebuckle
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Sidebuckle
Handmade quality shit.

** Want a custom Belt made or have a custom image for a Buckle?

Send me an email for a quick turnaround.**

 
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Welcome to Sidebuckle! As I update my website to feature my growing list of products, please email me with any questions, custom buckle or belt orders. I’m racing to get everything on here but instagram where I showcase items first.

 
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BUCKLES

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ONE OF A KIND, NICKEL PLATED WESTERN WEAR BELT BUCKLES, RESIN CAST IMAGES FOR A LAYERED 3D EFFECT, and The perfect amount of handmade imperfections.

Price: $35-60*

 
 
 
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Belt Details:

  • Handmade

  • Premium Horween Leather

  • Veg-Tanned

  • Western & FOrmal

 

Prices: $50-$80*

BELTS

 


Customizable Features:

  • Leather

  • Width

  • length

  • Dyed edge

  • Formal buckle

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ACCESSORIES

*MORE TO COME*

 

So, when you work with leather, you often find plenty of scraps left over. Since I believe in using every inch, I started making smaller, hand crafted items to wear. Here are some of my designs for bracelets, wraps, and earrings that I hope you enjoy. Online ordering will be up soon. Until then, feel free to email for options.

 
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• Leather Studs

 
 
 

• Leather Bracelets

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• leather serpents

 
 
 

• Pet collars

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• Boot Covers

 
 
 

• Dice

• matchbook holders

• AppleWatch bands

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About: Hi. My name is James and I make stuff. When I was little, My grandfather got me started collecting belt buckles. He had quite a collection from his many jobs in the construction industry. When he passed, I inherited his collection. My creative curiosities have developed a mantra of, "if I collect it, I should try to make it." This led me to create my own buckles by casting images in resin. I fell in love with the process. As the buckles began piling up, and I started gifting them to friends, I realized, not enough people own belts that support the changing of buckles...so, I taught myself how to make belts. I began purchasing the unwanted hides. This was premium leather with only slight visual imperfections. these imperfections were just the character I was looking for in my belts. From hide to finish, I began cutting, skiving, punching, dying, and burnishing handmade leather belts to complete the journey of my buckles. Dope.

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EVENTS

2019

 
 
 

Previous events

 

2018