Boxcloth,sometimes called ‘buckskin’, was the ultimate fabric for keeping out the cold in the 19th century. Since then it has continued to be woven in Yorkshire, then finished by being shrunk to half it’s original width, which tightens up the cloth allowing it also to be used for making the ultimate classic brace, and now we have belts from the same material
Over 180 years of traditional British craftsmanship
Make: Albert Thurston for Fogey Unlimited
Style: Traditional Belt
Material: Boxcloth, Leather and polished buckle.