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J&E Sedgwick and Co's Traditional English Bridle champions the Diem range.

The 3.5-4mm thick straps exhibit a firm temper that becomes supple over time, molding to the owner without losing shape, strength or integrity - benefits that only high-end vegetable tanned leather can.

Traditionally trained curriers hand finish the hides resulting in a flawless, heavily bloomed top-grain not found anywhere else in the world - being called Best of British is an understatement to their abilities.

Initially very waxy, this will buff down over time leaving a satin-like finish on the leather while still protecting the grain and developing its beautiful patina on the way


100% Solid low-lead brass buckles and rivets.

So brass-plated? No. Just brass-coloured? Oh no, no, no. 100% genuine the real deal brass.

Renowned for its ability to resist wear, tear, cracking and disintegration - the go-to material for ships cannon barrels. Let that sink in.

Highly corrosion resistant, solid brass was extensively used for traditional ship fittings meaning our hardware is also ideal for those non-ideal environments.

"But Mr Atlas Leathercraft, it still has to look good right?". Your damn right it does.

The initial release features a Natural brass colour - aesthetically pleasing in a yellow-gold hue with soft glossy shine. Keep an eye out for special editions coming soon.


Blend soft curves and corners with the robustness of a heavyweight strap and hardware. The daily wearer for any situation ~ street, workshop or field.

Both buckle variations were selected to avoid hard or rectangular lines to bring this belt together. A leather keeper is provided on the heel buckle variation to keep the look organic.

Designed for more casual attire, think medium/heavy weight denim through to chino's but we'll leave that up for you to decide.

To some its only a belt. To us it's the result of many late nights sourcing and testing combinations of leathers from around world, buckles of all shapes and sizes then settling on a handmade process of no less than 26 individual steps per belt because we don't sacrifice quality. Ever.

And quite humbly, we're pretty happy with the result.