1. Can my belt buckle be changed on my belt?
YES, your buckle may be changed easily by unsnapping the belt, slipping off the current buckle, add the new buckle, and snap back in place. The only time this does not work is if your buckle has been stitched in place. This will be noted in the description section for the product.
2. May I have a name added to my belt?
YES, we have several styles of Name Belts to choose from. The name is stamped in place along the back of the belt and then that part of the belt dyed to match the remainder of the belt. Personalized belts may not be returned unless for some reason we make the error in spelling of the name. Not all belts may have a name added, please see items listed as "Name Belt".
3. Do you sell motorcycle riding gear such as vests, jackets, chaps and boots?
YES, we have all of these items for purchase in our local store in Smyrna, TN. We currently do not sell these items online.
4. Do you have conceal carry purses and belts?
YES, we have several styles of conceal carry purses located on our website and also in our local store. We carry brands such as American West and Gun Toten' Mamas. The belts that work best for carrying are our Heavy Black Work Belt, Heavy Duty Leather Belt, and Heavy Work Belt with Stitching.
5. Do you carry Western and Novelty Belt Buckles?
YES, we have styles available both online and in our local shop.
6. Do you carry products made in the USA?
YES, we make a majority of our own belts. Any belt made in our shop will be listed as such in the description. Locally, we also carry Affliction shirts made in USA, and some styles of American made boots, vests, and wallets. We also make leather holsters that can be purchased in our retail shop.
7. Can I still use my pocket if I have a patch sewn on it?
We offer patch sewing in our local shop in Smyrna, TN. A majority of the time you will have full functionality of the pocket once a patch has been sewn on. We have a special machine that allows us to sew over pockets and keep the pocket functional. In certain cases where the patch is over multiple pockets or runs close to the edge of the pocket, you may lose a small portion of the existing pocket to allow for stitching on the patch.