Alligator Gun Belts (GB-15)
For those who want to carry in style and even more class, MTR Custom Leather offers the finest Alligator Gun belt money can buy. This belt is made with a thick bullhide backing. The premium Alligator is sewn to the heavy bull hide using the heaviest stitching possible. We hand polish the edges for a mirror finish and best quality possible. This belt is a lifetime belt and is very abrasive resistant so it will not scratch or dull in finish. This belt is a rare item and is a must for people that like something very unique. The belt buckle is held together by 2 chicago screw and the tongue of the belt will have a nice sharp triangle edge for easy sliding through the belt loops.
Our genuine Alligator belts are made entirely by hand and are meticulously designed from individually selected wild alligator skins. Sourced sustainably across America’s dangerous swamp lands, each hide has its own unique character and story.
Whether you’re a businessman slaughtering the competition or a cowboy getting pinned by a bull, our proudly made Alligator belts will withstand any abuse you throw at it.
Our sustainably sourced and humanely harvested wild leather belts are:
- Made in America
- Built to last out of hand wrestled Alligator
- Are available in any size
- 1.0″, 1.25″, or 1.5″ wide
- Stitched from head to tail
NOTE: DUE TO THE FACT THAT OUR BELT BUCKLES ARE INTERCHANGABLE, THREAD LOCKER IS NOT APPLIED DURING THE PRODUCTION PHASE. IF YOU DECIDE TO CHANGE OR BUCKLE OR KEEP THE ONE THAT IS ON IT, THAN APPLY A BLUE THREAD LOCKER TO YOUR HARDWARE. LOST HARDWARE WILL BE REPLACED AT THE CUSTOMERS EXPENSE.
***If you are needing an odd size or would like to add additional holes to your belt, please specify in the comment section at checkout.
**Belts made to individual sizing specifications can not be returned or exchanged.
Alligator is an exotic leather that is thick and very durable with a course, rippled texture. Our quality alligator leather is of African origin. We follow the strict requirements of the Convention of International Treaty of Endangered Species (CITES) permits. Read more information on the legality of harvesting alligator hides from Bloomberg News.