Don’t know your wrist size? No worries, I don’t know mine either. If you print this PDF you can cut out the ruler from the paper and use it to measure you wrist. This YouTube video may also help. If you still have trouble, as always, just let us know and we will help you out.
Ordering the CORRECT size belt is very important for a proper fit. Here are some things to keep in mind.
- Your belt size DOES NOT equal your belt size. In fact most belts are anywhere from 2 to 4 inches bigger than your pant size.
- A lot of store bought belts are sized differently and cannot be trusted when buying a REAL belt.
- Most of our belts have 7 holes spaced at 3/4 inch apart. If you would like to have more or less, please let us know during checkout. We would be happy to do that for you.
How to measure your correct belt size.
The most reliable option for determining your belt size is to measure your current belt. See instructions below.
Lay out the belt that you use the most onto a table or flat surface. Using a measuring tape measure from the inside of the end of the buckle to the hole that you use the most. This will be your belt size.
NOTE: if you are using this belt for a concealed carry belt we recommend that you add 1 inch to your belt size to allow for your weapon to properly fit.
Using a cloth tape measure or string to measure your belt size
- Take a cloth tape and thread it through your belt loops just as you would your belt.
- Pull the tape measure tight. Note the number where the tape measure touches each other and mark the measurement down. This is your belt size.
It is the same method to measure your belt size if you will be using a piece of string.
- Thread a piece of string through your belt loops and pull it tight Mark on the string where the where the two ends touch.
- Lay the string on a measuring tape to find your belt length.
Parts of a Bible
The Spine is located on the left side of the bible (when closed) and runs from top to bottom.
Their are several types of spines. The average bible has an (open spine). An open spine refers to a spine that is not attached to the cover. In the open spine a thick layer of glue and a fabric mesh (or thin paper) are applied to the bible to secure the pages of the book together.
Below is an example of a used bible spine. You can see on the left the thin paper that is attached to the spine to secure it. As you can tell the paper did not hold up so the owner opted to try duct tape. Now i am a HUGE fan of duct tape. I have even used it to fix my truck from time to time. However, Duct tape is likely to damage what is left of your bible so users beware.
What we do to strengthen your spine
- we remove all current glue and paper mesh while taking strict care not to damage your pages or threads holding your pages together.
- we use multiple thick layers of a non acidic glue to your pages along with new strong mesh that is specifically made for book binding spines.
- we replace the spine fabric ends that give extra support to the top and bottom of your pages.
- we add your desired colors and quantity of page keepers.
- we then glue your pages directly to your new Top Grain leather cover.
Today is the launch of the new http://columbusleather.com. Soon the store will be up and running for you to make a purchase of quality leather products that are hand made in Columbus, OH.