Cincha Polo Belt
Make a statement with the premium Havana brown leather Cincha pampeano polo belt. This design was inspired - like many of pampeano’s products - by the equine world, with the word Cincha - or girth - referring to the strap which holds the saddle onto a horse.
This vibrant blue and white pattern follows pampeano’s iconic pampa diamond motif; an ancient Aztec design depicting the breath-taking Andes mountain range which overlook the polo fields of La Pampa. The Cincha bears a more intricate version of our usual pattern, perfect for those with the eye for detail. The sky blue thread combined with the white echoes the beautiful skies of South America; wearing this belt will having you dream of adventure.
The genuine quality grain Argentine cow leather is tanned in a sumptuous brown colour through a tried and tested vegetable tanning process, which ensures maximum durability and reliability. The traditional design is stitched in sturdy nylon thread, which is robust and easy to clean.
The spirit of South America is important to pampeano; all of our products are handmade by local artisans using local materials in La Pampa, Argentina.
The Cincha is the perfect addition to any wardrobe. The Cincha would look great with a pair of chinos, jeans, or to jazz up a smart business suit. The vibrant colouring means that this pampeano belt will make a blue outfit really pop. All of our belts are unisex, and are also great additions to cardigans, dresses and of course trousers for the ladies as well.
The Cincha comes in a variety of sizes from 80-115cm in length. Like all of our standard belts, it is 3.5cm in width. Please see our international size chart for further sizing recommendations.
The high quality, natural materials used to hand-craft this pampeano belt means that it has been made to last. To keep it looking at its best, it is important to keep your pampeano polo belt clean and nourished. Use a leather cream to keep the leather surfaces enriched and use a soapy, non-coloured sponge to scrub the material before using a damp cloth to rinse and a dry towel to dry.