How is a belt made?
The process begins with a strip of leather, which is cut by a cutter into strips of the right length. Then the strips slowly begin to resemble a belt, but are wider than the actual dimensions - only trimming of the two glued layers, face and bottom, guarantees even and smooth edges. Then the pieces go through the assembly department, the strips are glued together and cut to the right length. The loops are prepared. The leather is glued to suede and cut to the right width and length.
The next step is to trim the belt and loops on the sewing machine, and then with the use of templates punch and fitting marks are put on the belt. Punching is done by machine and then the buckle is fastened with screws. After these preparations, the belt is subjected to quality control, after which it is labelled and packed.