Durable Viking belt hand-made from oxhide. It comes with an iron ring stitched in place by hand. The thick belt is sturdy enough to keep even heavier items hanging from it nicely. Available in three historical colors.
A belt belongs to the basics of a Viking outfit, together with a tunic, trousers and shoes. Belts ranged in widht from 12 mm to 40 mm, which is evident in finds from the Viking Age. Richly decorated belts were not used by everyone. Anything that served as a belt could naturally be used - such as a piece of rope, cloth or a simple leather strap with a ring. Worth noting is that these simpler variants have not been found in graves or other excavations. This could be due to excavated graves usually belonging to notable persons who afforded more elaborate belts. Also, organic material does not survive. As such, if you are going for an outfit based wholly on actual finds, you should consider one of the belts with metal buckles and strap ends.