Surprise those around you with a party trick of the utmost sophistication when you reveal that your classic leather belt doubles as an on-the-go cribbage board.
A quality leather belt handcrafted by Walnut Studiolo uses the 2-lane, 60-point cribbage track as part of its visual design.
The design creates a unique yet classic aesthetic when in use as a belt, but undo its buckle and you suddenly have a game of cribbage.
The cribbage track encourages resourceful creativity; matchsticks, toothpicks, or twigs all make perfect pegs on the fly (pegs are not included).
Available in four sizes corresponding to US men's pant sizes (waist size in inches), the belt is hand-made from American-tanned bridle leather.
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LEATHER: Your Walnut Studiolo product uses natural, vegetable-tanned leather and will not look exactly as pictured here. Real, natural leather carries is a natural material, so every hide has unique characteristics that individually personalize each product. Just as no two fingerprints are alike, each piece of leather is distinctive in its color, grain, and markings, which may include scars, mars, or blemishes that are a natural part of the cow's life and a sign of the high quality of the leather we use.
COLORS: Dark Brown, Black
SIZES: Sizes represented by US men's pant sizes, or waist size in inches/centimeters (for example, if you buy pants with a US waist size 34", order a Medium cribbage belt):
Small (29"-33") / (74-84 cm)
Medium (33"-37") / (84-94 cm)
Large (37"-41") / (94-104 cm)
XL (41"-45") / (104-114 cm)
DIMENSIONS: 1 1/2" wide.
MATERIALS: Bridle leather, nickel-plated steel hardware
MONOGRAMMING: Yes! This item can be monogrammed with up to 8 characters using our 1/2" font set. Monogramming can add 2-3 days to the turnaround time. Monogram placement is shown in the last photo. Learn more about monogramming.
PHOTOGRAPHY: To see more images of customers with Walnut Studiolo gear, follow us on Instagram with hashtag #walnutstudiolo. Photography credit: Erin Berzel Photography.