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INTRODUCING BRYDON BROTHERS

FOUR ENGLISH BROTHERS GIVING BELTS THE ATTENTION THEY DESERVE

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Introducing Brydon Brothers

Brydon Brothers is a belt brand inspired by four brothers from England who have created a handmade accessory that can be worn for every occasion. Big believers in doing one thing and doing it very well, Brydon Brothers are moving belts from the realms of shop fillers, and giving them the attention they deserve.

Having spent a long time researching the styles, materials and colours available on the current belt market, Brydon Brothers wanted to launch something different – something with a handmade feel to it. Designed in Britain and crafted from long lasting, quality materials, everything from the stitching and finish of the buckle to the feel of the elasticated webbing has been carefully selected to both look great and stand the test of time.

Using full grain leather – hides that have not been sanded, buffed or snuffed – means each belt is naturally unique, and will develop an individual patina over time, while the signature vintage restored wooden boxes and thick cotton bags ensure the belts are kept safe during travel. No detail goes unnoticed.

Brydon Brothers’ first collection, the 'Kingsland Range' (named after the area where the brothers grew up), is available in five classic colours; Navy, Burdundy, Olive Green, Brown and Black. The woven materials used in this collection allow for endless adjustment as the belt prong passes easily through to allow for a customised and comfortable fit.

Going back into their British history, the Brydon name represented protection and strength and was symbolized with the use of four eagles that were known to keep watch over men of action. Being four brothers, it would only be natural for the eagle’s revival to fly on all their belts. Expect to see new ranges launching very soon which will continue to reflect the individuality and heritage of the Brydon Brothers.

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