Road Tire Bike Tread Belt

Handmade from recycled bike tires, these belts are a distinct vegan alternative to leather.
created by

Matt and Jill Meyer

$38.00

Matt and Jill Meyer created by

Matt and Jill Meyer

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Road Wear

Handmade by Matt and Jill Meyer from recycled bike tires, these one-of-a-kind belts bring new meaning to "what goes around comes around." Each has a unique tread pattern, an edgy, road-tested patina, and a buckle made from a real bike part for a 100% upcycled design. It makes a great gift for cycling buffs and a distinctive vegan alternative to leather belts. Handmade in St. Paul, Minnesota.

Small: waist size 27-33 inches
Medium: waist size 31-37 inches
Large: waist size 35-41 inches

US_MN

Made in Minnesota

Exclusively for UncommonGoods

Matt and Jill Meyer

created by

Matt and Jill Meyer

location

Minnesota

Tired of his pants falling down while he biked around the city and even more tired of the boring old belts in his drawer, Matthew Meyer decided to take matters into his own hands. He'd seen a few similar belts on the market, but not exactly what he was looking for. So, after much tinkering around in the garage and taking on his wife, Jill as his creative partner (also his main employee and worker bee), their "waste to waist" upcycled belt business was born. All belts are unique and hand crafted, made from recycled bicycle parts, and 100% vegan.

Handmade Recycled Exclusive Made in the USA
Made from
metal, reclaimed bike tubes, reclaimed bike metal
Measurements
Length from tip to tip: Small 38", Medium 42", Large 46"
Click here to view Ring & Belt Sizing Chart.
Ingredients
Care
Can wipe down belt with damp sponge or wash cloth.
Item ID
43462

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within 8 days, arriving no later than the 9th business day after the order was placed.
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within 4 days, arriving 5 business days after the order was placed.
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within 2 days, arriving 3 business days after the order was placed.
Expedited shipping:
within 1 day, arriving 2 business days after the order was placed.
Express shipping:
will ship the same day and arrive 1 business day later.


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from Palm Desert, CA

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      Comments about UncommonGoods Road Tire Bike Tread Belt:

      Not sure it will work-was hoping the belt would be wider - as pictured. Love the uniqueness of the belt-but it's not even close to the one pictured in the ad. Would like to return for another try-but afraid i will get the same one.

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      1.0

      Not the same belt from years ago.

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      from Los Angeles CA

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      • Poor Quality

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        Comments about UncommonGoods Road Tire Bike Tread Belt:

        I purchased a road bike tire belt from this site years ago. That belt was used everyday and was the best belt I ever owned. I came back to the site to order another one or even two. This belt is by far not the same as the previous one. I must say the biggest flaw on this belt is the buckle. I would not recommend this belt at all

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