Thalia Belts are made of premium leather and include a metal belt buckle in a choice of finishes with exotic wood and shell inlays.
Beautiful buckle and beautiful and sturdy leather as a belt. Excellent quality. I play guitar and to avoid damage a slightly more curved buckle with rounded corners would be an improvement for me.
I had high expectations for the belt; Thalia continues to up their game. Except I ordered the wrong size. D’oh! No problem. Customer service handled it without a hitch, and my belt is better than I anticipated. It’s my “daily driver.”
Once again, Chris, Thalia and the team have diversified their product line, this time with their belts and buckles. As usual, it is obvious that they’ve taken the time and care to make a quality product from only the best resources. What else can I say except, well done. Another home run for the Thalia team.
Well, as you all know, if you’re on this site & reading reviews, Thalia capos at the best & the next logical step in gear buying. I’ve used Kysers for years & yeah, they work great, but at some point you want something that matches your guitar that you spent a bunch of money on. While any ol capo can hold down some strings, Thalia capos do it just a little better, last longer, & are (without a doubt) the best available, but I digress. The buckle is beautiful & matches my capo spot on. The leather on the belt itself is premium. I’m a better gunslinger than guitar player & the belt has held my smokewagon perfectly for both concealed EDC & OTW carry. It hasn’t sagged or stretched with the additional weight. I’ve used it several times at weeks on end while in LE classes & off duty. I am very impressed thus far. While the belt buckle is definitely on par with Thalia’s standards, I’m very pleased to report that the belt is as well. Plus, it’s super rad to have them matching both your guitar & gunslinging lifestyles respectively.
I ordered the Black Ebony and Pearl Cross Premium Leather Belt from Thalia as a Christmas gift for myself. I am pretty particular when it comes to leather belts. I usually have them made by an Amish gentlemen who makes a lot of saddles and things. His leather work is extremely good. So, I was a bit skeptical when I order the Thalia belt. However, I was pleasantly surprised by the quality and the workmanship. I love the cross inlay. The white pearl inlay-ed in the black ebony is impressive. I've had several people ask me where I got the thing. The photo I am attaching is but blurry because I cropped it to make it bigger, but I hope you can still see how nice it is.
I would recommend anything from Thalia. Not only are their capos the absolute best on the market, the quality of their other products just can't be beat!