Leather belt

Michael Sans

Made “with lots of love and care” these premium belts are all 100% handmade in Germany by a very experienced professional saddle-maker. Only carefully selected leathers are used to manufacture the items. The Southern German cowhides are 3,2 – 3,5mm thick and – of course – are purely vegetably tanned. Edges are color-treated to provide a long-lasting protection and give the perfect finish. As with the leathers all other materials are very carefully chosen: they use an almost forgotten, extremely durable and tearproof yarn, that had been developed decades ago to accomodate the needs of saddle-makers who would hand-stitch their items. The buckle is made from solid stainless steel. No cheap, plated tin-stuff here.

Available in 3 different sizes (85cm (small), 95cm (medium) and 105cm (large)). This doesn’t refer to the belt’s entire length, but is measured from the buckle to the middle belt hole (so that ideally you’ve got 2-3 holes spare on each side). We believe that they are unisex and can be worn by anybody. The belt is 33mm wide and is available in brown color.

1 belt

199,00 

Michael Sans
If you’ve been to the restaurant, you’re already familiar with Michael Sans’ unique aesthetic vision – he did our interior, from the layout right up to the chairs and candleholders! Trained as a cabinet maker, Michael received a Bachelor Degree in Industrial Design from the ArtCenter College of Design in Pasadena, USA and completed his Masters Degree in Design Products at the Royal College of Art in London. Before opening his own studio in 2003, he worked as an Automotive Designer for Volkswagen AG, Germany. Sans’ past clients include companies such as Volkswagen AG, Ahlers AG or Adam Opel GmbH. He has designed window campaigns and installations for Hugo Boss, Jet Set and Pierre Cardin and has developed the new store-concept for Baldessarini. Besides Nobelhart, he also did the interior design for the head-quarters of acclaimed law-firm „Hyazinth LLP“ in Potsdamer Platz, Berlin and recently finished the store-concepts for a bakery (Gragger Brot) and a butchers' store (Gut Kerkow). In 2008 he launched SANS, an accessories label for very exclusive, hand-made, mostly limited edition luxury goods. Sans teaches at both campuses (Berlin and Pasadena, California) of the renowned Art Center College of Design.