Finely braided belts were a traditional specialty of the Australian whipmakers.
In cutting a kangaroo skin for a whip, the center of the skin was often left
too small for a second whip. This leather, the prime part of the skin, was ideal
for belts. The usual style was a cinch ring belt with two harness rings or dees.
There are no stitches to give way, no eyelets to tear, and the belt is
continuously adjustable. We have brought this craft to America so that you may enjoy wearing these
belts, fine examples of traditional craftsmanship at its best.