Nicholas at Hollows Leather started by making a wallet for himself after finding a box of leather scraps and tools in a friend’s garage. At the time, it was a practical solution to an everyday problem. He’s now been making leather products for over 10 years to include wallets, belts, keychains and other sundries. With attention to detail and quality of components being paramount, Hollows Leather has established a dedicated following through their website and store.
Rarely available elsewhere other than via the man himself, Franklin & Poe have managed to snag a few Hollows Leather Trail Belts. Made in Oregon from a 10oz. leather, it’s available in black English bridle, natural veg tan and natural chromexcel. Coming in at 35mm or 1.38”, it’s not too thin and not too thick. It features brass hardware with a textured buckle, has a super slick smooth edge and uses teardrop holes which makes the belt lay more flat.
Available for $135 at Franklin and Poe.