Amish Made Belts from our Craftsmen to You
Our Amish-made leather goods exude impeccable quality and craftsmanship. We select and use only the best full grain leathers. What first started with crafting horse harnesses, evolved to include belts, wallets, and other specialty items. We use traditional processes and handcrafted techniques passed down from generation to generation.
The quality leather products we craft are 100% Amish made in America. We make hard-working belts for hard-working people.
In 2010 we partnered with a respected, non-Amish family to launch and operate our online store. While we maintain our roots, we want to make our products available to folks beyond our immediate community.
The Balance Between Tradition and Change
Though much has changed over the last 30 years, the Amish believe in a simple lifestyle of hard work and discipline. Many families have moved from a strict farming lifestyle to limited industrious setups as a means of survival. This includes progressing from line shaft driven motors and the use of horses to tractors and machinery to achieve a living wage in today’s world.
The Amish Way of Life
Today, district church leaders approve of Amish businesses using technology such as a phone to operate on a case-by-case basis. Throughout America, Amish churches are divided into different districts. Each district has its own views and church leaders. Usually each church has four leaders, and three votes are required to pass requests regarding technology for business use. Most businesses are permitted to utilize a phone inside their shop or store. Some districts have started to allow businesses to use computers and the internet.
We use diesel generators, which supply electricity and power, to run our local leather shops. While we have incorporated the use of some commercial machinery, our goods are still handcrafted with careful attention to detail.
Thank you to people like you who purchase our products! We are humbled and appreciative to feel your support. You help us continue to serve our Amish communities and the families within it.