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Sweet belt. Is that a size 34 belt? I wear a 32 in SC and I wear my Tanner 34 belt in the same position. FYI it hasn't stretched much over the year and half I've had it.

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do any of your belts come in sizes over 36? I only saw 36 listed on all the belts I looked at but it might just be because I'm looking on my phone

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@Stabliu We can make any size. I believe the belt sizes go up to 42 online but we can do anything. Just send an email to [email protected] if you can't find what you are looking for.

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ah yea, now that im browsing your site on a computer i see all your sizes. thats what i get for shopping on the crapper i suppose.

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my tanner belt just arrived (Strike gold jeans)

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Kixslf

sent you an email - let me know whats up!

want to get my wallet fadezzzz now

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San Francisco is one of our favorite cities on the West coast. Each visit is always filled with eye-opening experiences, interesting, friendly people and copious portions of delicious food and drink which seem to emanate from every corner of the bountiful and diverse cityscape. We'll have the pleasure of visiting this weekend to participate in the Meet Your Maker show, brought together by the fine fellas at The Durable Goods Concern. We'll be taking over the Ohio Showroom, located in heart of The Mission District, for 3 days starting Friday, June 11th for an open-market, retail event. Tanner Goods will release an extremely limited range of never before seen products at the show and it is high-likely we won't produce many of these products ever again. Be sure to come on down and check out what we have in store. If you are a fan of our products, these are going to blow you away. I promise.

Meet Your Maker: Ohio Showroom 630 Treat Ave

The Mission, San Francisco, California

Friday June 11th 4-9p

Saturday June 12th 11a-7p

Sunday June 13th 11a-6p

For more information on the show and the other participants check The Durable Goods Concern : http://durablegoodsconcern.com/meet-your-maker-june-11-13-2010/

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Wanted to give you guys a heads up... Unionmade in San Francisco now has some Hand Tooled belts for sale.

better move quick if you wanna snag one.

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quick bump for Tanner K9 ..this stuff is solid

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Right on Beats, think I am gonna jock your style and cop the K9 setup for our little guy...

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A combination of :confused: :eek: and :(

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Loving it.

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Just got a workman wallet last week. It's been drying out in my pocket though so I've stopped using it until I can find a good leather moisturizer.

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Hey!

Sorry I forgot to email you back. Sometimes there are just soooo many....

Just robokop some Neets foot oil and condition it a bit. It should fix that up right away.

What part of the world do you live in? The english bridle hides react differently to all kinds of climates.

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Hey!

Sorry I forgot to email you back. Sometimes there are just soooo many....

Just robokop some Neets foot oil and condition it a bit. It should fix that up right away.

What part of the world do you live in? The english bridle hides react differently to all kinds of climates.

It's cool I'm glad you took the time to even read my message unlike BiG. I live in California maybe it's the heat.

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Posted these pictures before, but I've got some people asking me to post more pictures after the last time I posted it. Most of these are a year old or so. Anyways... figure if it helps sell one person on these great belts it'd be worth it. Natural I think 3 years old now.

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mmm

makes me want to be a farmer too

@cheap or anyone else with a golden standard belt

How rigid is your belt now? Just got mine and I'm wondering how it'll soften over time

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PSA: Tanner Cardholder makes a perfect belt-wearable case for a Canon PowerShot SD940 IS

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sorry for a newjack clueless question, but if i'm a 30 in denim would you order a 30 or 32 in belt length? i would also like to have a few notches left to tighten if i lose any more weight. thanks in advance.

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Fuck! DKATZ that siq! i wonder if that would fit my Canon S90???

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Fuck! DKATZ that siq! i wonder if that would fit my Canon S90???

Haha, did you just say "siq"??

Aaaanyway...

It might fit, but it would require some pretty serious leather-stretching:

[according to www.imaging-resource.com]

SD940IS: 3.5 x 2.2 x 0.8 in.

S90: 3.9 x 2.3 x 1.2 in.

The width and thickness would both definitely make it difficulty. It was a squeeze getting the snap to close around my SD940 for the first few days, but now it's smooth and easy. Maybe if you really oiled up the cardholder and worked at it, it might fit, but it'd be close... (and your camera would be covered in oil)

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@cheap or anyone else with a golden standard belt

How rigid is your belt now? Just got mine and I'm wondering how it'll soften over time

It should soften up within a month or two if you're wearing it every day. I'm at 4 or 5 months and mine is really soft compared to when i first had it.

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PSA: Tanner Cardholder makes a perfect belt-wearable case for a Canon PowerShot SD940 IS

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hmm, when did tanner start stitching the cardcases? Mine from roughly a year and a half ago has no stitching at all. iiiiiiinteresting.

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they all have stitching now. Check the site for updated pics.

Dkatz... that is fucking insane bro. cool none the less.

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Picked up a 32 on lunch. Never knew the store was there for some reason. 32 puts me in the second hole from the end so I kinda wish I'd gone 34 but whatever. Pretty happy with it otherwise

Edit: @conqueror yeah 32 is what you want

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sorry for a newjack clueless question, but if i'm a 30 in denim would you order a 30 or 32 in belt length? i would also like to have a few notches left to tighten if i lose any more weight. thanks in advance.

Sounds to me like a size 32 would be perfect.

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Picked up a 32 on lunch. Never knew the store was there for some reason. 32 puts me in the second hole from the end so I kinda wish I'd gone 34 but whatever. Pretty happy with it otherwise

I knew that was you...I think if you size down like that the leather will stretch out a bit and you'll be into the middle hole in just 15-20 consistent wears. Probably less.

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