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Kale Miles adds casual luxury belts to Vintage line

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Jun '08
Kale Miles, most recognized as the brand behind the most expensive belt in the world, is pleased to announce the latest addition to its series of casual luxury belts for men, the Vintage Collection.

Using metals made from American classic 1950s and '60s model cars, the Vintage Collection features the exceptional quality, unique innovation and unparalleled craftsmanship that are the hallmark of the Kale Miles brand.

The Kale Miles Vintage Collection cleverly blends the heritage and romance of classic cars with the luxury aesthetic of hand-finished belts, resulting in a one-of-a-kind accessory unlike any in the market.

Using leathers from the oldest saddle tannery in the world, the Vintage Collection is the epitome of old-world luxury and extraordinary quality combined.

These exquisite and exclusive tannery leathers take more than one year to produce, an illustration of the brand's extreme reverence for the art and heritage of belt-making and commitment to artisan design.

The Vintage Collection is a limited edition series and is available online. The Kale Miles Collection is available at Fred Segal in Los Angeles, CA.

Due to the variations in metal and hand-finishing, each belt is slightly different from the next but true to the design shown. The Vintage Collection retails for $285 and was produced by blacksmith Ray Ciemny.

Kale Miles


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