I don't wear belts, or even own a pair of trousers with belt loops. All of my trousers are worn at the natural waist, which precludes belting them (twentieth century civilian men began wearing belts in the 1920s and trouser rises fell to accommodate them). But, obviously, many men do wear belts so when Charlie Trevor of Equus Leather offered to make ASW a belt to show off his work I took him up on it. And Charlie's belts live up to his reputation. I requested the Kensington model in the photos for a colleague, a contemporary looking hand made bridle leather belt colored in what he describes as Australian nut and with a hand polished solid brass buckle. It will undoubtedly last longer than I will.
It is good to have confirmation of Equus excellent quality which is under-priced at £43.00 (about $70) in the case of the Kensington. If Charlie were selling through department stores his belts would cost at least twice that. Buy one and see for yourself. You may have to pull your belted trousers up a couple times during the course of the day but most likely you do that already.