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Western Belt Buckle Styles: Desert, Tribal, Patriotic

Style is important to many of us when choosing outfits or equipment, and often takes on an extra meaning when it comes to Western and rodeo belt buckles. Not only is belt buckle style about looking good, it’s also about honoring history and a cowboy culture that’s been around for decades. At A Cut Above […]

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Attaching Cowboy Belt Buckles: Patch and Snap-On

In part one of this two-part blog series, we looked at some of the simple methods for attaching any kind of Western or cowboy belt buckle to your belt itself. Knowing how to do this is important if you wear belts and belt buckles regularly in these settings, and there are a few different methods […]

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Attaching Cowboy Belt Buckles: Rachet and Clasps

There are a few important practical processes that come with any Western or cowboy belt buckle, and one of these is the attachment of the buckle to your actual belt. Whether your belt is leather or any similar material, and whether you're competing in a rodeo event or just going for a stylish look, knowing […]

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Western Belt Buckle Material Types: Zinc, Silver, Pewter

In part one of this two-part blog series, we looked at stainless steel and brass belt buckles - two of the most common materials out there for rodeo and other belt buckles today. These are just two of many possible materials often used for these products, and making the right selection here is important depending […]

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Utah Western Belt Buckle Material Types: Steel, Brass

Many of our favorite items can be made using a few different source materials, and one of the best examples here in Western circles is the belt buckle. Whether for fashion use or use within rodeo and other Western settings, belt buckles can be fashioned from several different high-quality materials - how do they differ, […]

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Becoming a Rough Stock Rider: Mentor, Fitness, Technique

In part one of this two-part blog series, we went over some of the basics on what it takes to become a rough stock rodeo rider. Events like bareback, saddle bronc and bull riding all fall under the category of rough stock riding, and it takes a combination of the right physical equipment and the […]

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