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Made in England from smooth dark brown leather, The Crich Belt takes its name from the Derbyshire town of Crich. Located on the edge of The Peak District, the village is the home to the Crich Stand, the Memorial to The Sherwood Foresters Regiment.


Constructed in 1923, Crich Stand, build on the highest ground above the village of Crich.

The stand resembles a lighthouse and offers breathtaking 260 views. In fact, from the stand, the counties of Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire, Yorkshire, Leicestershire, Staffordshire, Lancashire and Lincolnshire can all be seen. Lincoln Cathedral, over 50 miles away, can be viewed on a very clear day.


Stanley Biggs has The Crich Belt in four sizes and is finished with an antique brass D-shaped buckle. The leather measure 40mm wide.


Please also take a look at The Cromford Belt.

The Crich Belt

  • Small Medium Large Extra Large
    28-30" 32-36" 36-40" 40-44"

    Size range is approximate. All belts come with five holes for adjustment.

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