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Born in a fiery artisan shop deep in the Tetons, the Backcountry.com Glass Goat Buckle is handcrafted, highly-durable, and designed to be worn from the streets of Targhee to the mountainous Jackson backcountry. Local Jackson Hole artist John Frechette forms the glass for the buckles using days of freehand prowess, and he cuts the leather for his Strapped belts from local Utah leather. With a skilled hand, he cuts the layered glass design using a diamond-coated blade before firing his creations at for twelve hours at over 1,5000 degrees in a kiln. Finally, each piece of glass is individually cleaned and polished to satisfaction and then joined to its metal backing using a rock-solid riveting process. Only a handful of these Backcountry.com, Mountain Khakis, and Strapped belt collaborations were created, making these works of art truly rare and one-of-a-kind.

  • Note: While the colors shown are accurate, please bear in mind that each buckle is unique, and may differ slightly from the photos above
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My Last Belt

    First off, it ran small so I have about a 30" waist and the 32" belt just barely fits, which is good because it's beautiful. Really nice leather, really cool and good looking buckle. I really like it a lot. You can feel the quality and there is no doubt I'm going to be wearing this for years to come.

    Awesome Belt

      After getting the right size and having had the belt for about 6 months now i can definitely say its my favorite. It breaks in for a very customized feel, and the leather looks awesome, and appears its going to get better with age. The buckle it self is also very sharp looking, looks great with jeans and other casual pants/shorts.

      Its a Belt for Style

        So far, I like the belt. Girl friend picked it up for me, as I honestly would never pay $75 for a belt. Its definitely more for style than actually holding your pants up since the distance between holes is about 1.5" and you will most likely always fall somewhere in the middle of two holes. Glass buckle face is epoxied to the metal parts of the buckle (not riveted as described) , so will see how long that holds up. Depending on what happened the weekend prior I am between a 36-38 waist. I purchased the 38 in red and am currently in the 2nd to last hole (closed completely) and have 3 holes of adjustment (5 holes total on this belt). So a 36 would probably put me on the 2nd to last hole on the other end. Its growing on me and continues to paint me as a BC.com poster child when rockin' it...

        As a side note, my ADD was kicking in and I have to say that I have never heard of such a temperature, 1,5000 degrees!? Nor for the life of me can I understand what "at for twelve hours" means??! ("at for twelve hours at over 1,5000 degrees")

        Yeah yeah, I know leave it be... but I couldn't at not help myself!

        Its a Belt for Style

        Belt is a belt: shock

          ...some belts are more belt-y than others though. The buckle is beautifully made, and will last a lifetime(with a little care). The leather belt supplied is the sort of thing that'll look better the longer you have it. You'll never need another. The sale price is a bargain too.

          Will you be getting more of these BC?

          Will you be getting more of these BC?

          Is the buckle removable - can I use this...

          Is the buckle removable - can I use this belt with a different buckle and this buckle on a different belt?

          Are the sizes listed actual belt length...

          Are the sizes listed actual belt length or do they refer to waist size?