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Took these a while back but never got around to posting them since there was no Tanner thread.

Standard belt and bifold wallet. About 18 months of use.

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Hello there!

May i ask what model/color is this belt?

And if my true waist is around 30, what size is recommended for me? :)

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my one&only tg product. only a few weeks old. lots of lovin.

a 13 oz. belt ~gold/brass

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hi, im interested in getting the standard belt from tanner goods. however im not sure what size should i get. im a waist 30, so should i get true to waist or size 32 so that it can fit nicely? can anyone enlighten me :o

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Just got my wallet today. I'm loving how it looks so far! I don't plan on tanning it or oiling it. That should be fine right? I'm a leather noob.

The bridle-style leather has already been oiled at the tannery to a degree, there is no need to oil it unless you want to darken the leather, or accentuate the grain, or soften the wallet, etc...

a new born baby~

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Lovely wallet and lovely handwriting too.

But I seem to be repping you too much :P

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pics are kinda bad, p&s camera used. about 9 months of wear. it's starting to crack, should i use some oil? and what do you guys recommend?

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^ If it is starting to crack, I would apply a deeply penetrating oil (I like to use pure oils, not compounds; for example, horse oil, neatsfoot, etc) and seal the surface with a wax compound (Obenauf's, pure beeswax, Montana pitch blend, etc).

That's just me personally - I do not like any significant grain damage until a few years down the track.

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hi, im interested in getting the standard belt from tanner goods. however im not sure what size should i get. im a waist 30, so should i get true to waist or size 32 so that it can fit nicely? can anyone enlighten me :o

yeah, go with a 32.

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Aaron,

I wanna see some pictures of your black/black Heritage belt!

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the most badass belt i've ever owned. click for alternate view.

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WHOA!!!! ^^^ That's Fucking Killer!

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that black heritage belt looks very nice

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Heritage belt looks nice!

Is it American 'English' bridle or English bridle from England?

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my tanner wallet & laynard my girl got me.

anyone got a pic of yall using the laynard? Still trying to figure out the best way to use it, kinda hard to get it to hang off a belt loop. thanks man.

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^ i hang mine from my belt loop by the hook on the riveted end (left side), and put my keys and such on the other end. i'll take a pic when i have some time soon i guess.

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Mike, think it's been close to 5 weeks since I returned a 28 natural belt in exchange for a 32 one. Just checking in for an update if possible.

Returned under the name Derek Chang

Oh, and the bifold is holding up nicely!

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Aaron,

I wanna see some pictures of your black/black Heritage belt!

Hi Mike, just checking with you did you receive my email regarding my order?

any news on the belt yet? I ordered before the cut-off day for Christmas..

by the way, my order number is #3648.

thanks!

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Thanks to our Tanner Goods family for the gorgeous work on our 3sixteen+ womens jean patches:

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Mike, think it's been close to 5 weeks since I returned a 28 natural belt in exchange for a 32 one. Just checking in for an update if possible.

Returned under the name Derek Chang

Oh, and the bifold is holding up nicely!

HI Derek,

I believe they are still processing it. Your exchange should be going out very soon.

Hi Mike, just checking with you did you receive my email regarding my order?

any news on the belt yet? I ordered before the cut-off day for Christmas..

by the way, my order number is #3648.

thanks!

I did receive your email. Did you receive your item?

Heritage belt looks nice!

Is it American 'English' bridle or English bridle from England?

American 'English' bridle. Everything is sourced domestically in North America

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American 'English' bridle. Everything is sourced domestically in North America

I see.

Thanks for the info :)

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you'll love that cardholder. they rock, so much.

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Hey mike,

I did not even receive any tracking number yet.. could you please help me check with my order status? thanks alot!

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anyone got a pic of yall using the laynard? Still trying to figure out the best way to use it, kinda hard to get it to hang off a belt loop. thanks man.]

Here's how I wear mine.

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Both my belt and wallet are wearing in beautifully.

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woah, do the new (stitched) cardholders also have thicker leather? Looks like it...

nice.

The first iteration of the cardholders were made of single pieces of leather, whereas the newer stitched ones have two pieces of leather sewn together - so it definitely has a thicker hand to it.

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