Giraffe Gun Belts (GB-16)
Giraffe Leather is an exotic leather that is thin, flexible and durable.
For those who want to carry in style and even more class, MTR Custom Leather offers the finest Giraffe belt money can buy. This belt is made with a thick Bullhide backing. The premium Giraffe 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 Giraffe gun belts are made entirely by hand and are meticulously designed from individually selected wild Giraffe skins. The color of the skin is denim blue/medium grey color. If your wondering the Giraffe’s natural color is not blue! 🙂
Whether you’re a businessman slaughtering the competition or a cowboy getting pinned by a bull, our proudly made Giraffe 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-high quality
- 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.
Belt Buckle Color Options, Leather Color Options & How to measure your belt is listed on our FAQ Page
***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.
A Genuine African Giraffe skin from South Africa that has just been tanned and ready for export. These African Giraffe skins are no commonly available as Giraffe are not often hunted, so when a Giraffe skin does become available it is due to the natural death of the Giraffe or they have been culled for population control.
Our Giraffe hides originate from KZN Wildlife area’s which is a government run conservation authority organization in South Africa that looks over the game reserves in the KwaZulu Natal. They give us all the correct permits for export so you do not have to worry about the customs on your side. The Giraffe skin will enter your country via a fish and wildlife port or other animal conservation port where customs make sure that the permits are correct before forwarding your Giraffe skin through to you.
Facts about this animal
The giraffe is the tallest mammal in the world, with even new-born babies being taller than most humans. Characterized by its long legs, long neck, and distinctive spotted pattern, many people first believed the giraffe was a cross between a leopard and a camel, which is reflected in its scientific name, Giraffa camelopardalis. These long legs allow giraffes to run as fast as 35 miles (56 kilometers) an hour over short distances and cruise comfortably at 10 miles (16 kilometers) an hour over longer distances.
Giraffes live primarily in savanna areas in the sub-Saharan region of Africa. Their extreme height allows them to eat leaves and shoots located much higher than other animals can reach. In particular, they seek out acacia trees. Their long tongues are helpful in eating because they help pull leaves from the trees. Spending most of the day eating, a full-grown giraffe consumes over 45 kg (100 lb.) of leaves and twigs a day. Even the giraffe’s tongue is long! The 21-inch (53-centimeter) tongue helps them pluck tasty morsels from branches. Giraffes eat most of the time and, like cows, regurgitate food and chew it as cud.
The giraffe’s stature can be a disadvantage as well—it is difficult and dangerous for a giraffe to drink at a water hole. To do so they must spread their legs and bend down in an awkward position that makes them vulnerable to predators like Africa’s big cats. Giraffes only need to drink once every several days; they get most of their water from the luscious plants they eat.
When giraffes walk, they move both legs on one side of their body and then both legs on the other side; this is unique to giraffes. However, they run in a similar style to other mammals, swinging their rear legs and front legs in unison. Giraffes sleep less than two hours a day. In general, they sleep with their feet tucked under them and their head resting on their hindquarters, but they can also sleep for short periods of time standing up.
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