What is RFID?

RFID is the use of radio waves between devices to transfer data that credit cards, payment cards, and driver's licenses all use. Personal information on these cards is vulnerable to theft by pickpockets using RFID scanners unless you have the special linings provided by a RFID blocking wallets.

What are the shipping fees?

Our shipping is set at a flat rate of $4.98 for orders under $50.00. For orders above $50.00 shipping is free. For more information, visit our Shipping and Delivery page 

What is my size?

Please refer to our size chart.

When will my order be shipped?

After your order is placed, you will receive an order indicting that your order is placed. The order is typically shipped the following morning and you will receive an email indicating that it has been shipped. You will receive your order in 2-5 business days. 

Do you offer sizes larger than 46?

Most of our belts go up to size 46. This is because sizes larger than 46 require a special cut of hide. We can order that hide and make larger sizes which typically takes 10-14 days. Sizes larger than 46 can be ordered here:


What kind of leather is used?

We use two kinds of full grain leather - cow hide and sheep skin. All belts and wallets are cow hide unless otherwise stated. NAB Leather is committed to being eco-friendly and as such only makes leather products from bi-products of the food industry. The leather is tanned by the process of vegetable tanning.

What if I want a different color or size?

If you require a different size or would like to request a different color, please do not hesitate to contact us at sales@nableather.com

What is PU leather?

PU leather is a faux leather material made with split leather (that's the fibrous part of the hide left over from making genuine leather) which has been coated with polyurethane (hence the name “PU”).

So what's the difference between PU, Full Grain and Genuine Leather?

Full Grain leather is the strongest and most durable leather. It has slight imperfections that give it character and you can feel and see a grain to it. It also lasts longer and is resistant to wear and tear. PU leather is generally absent of any imperfections and has a smooth consistent look. It is common in bonded leather belts and which hardly last 3-6 months. If you're looking for leather goods that last, stay away from PU. Genuine leather is a marketing term. If a product contains at least 30% leather, it can be marketed as genuine leather. You never know what you will get with it. It may be full grain or it may be bonded leather. If you're looking for high quality leather that lasts, stick to full grain.