Reclaimed Fire Hose Black Rubber Belt


Decommissioned Fire Hose

LIMITED EDITION F.D.N.Y. FIRE BUCKET AND BELT

This belt is crafted from authentic fire hose formerly used by the F.D.N.Y. The sections of fire hose collected were previously used by the men and women of the New York City Fire Department until the fire hose became damaged. The Fire Department of the City of New York is the largest fire department in the United States and was established July 31, 1865. The black fire hose material used to manufacture this belt was cut from the inner rubber liner of F.D.N.Y. fire hose. Over time, your fire hose belt will become polished giving the belt a unique appearance which displays its previous life of service.

Limited edition fire bucket included with every belt!

These fire hose belts are crafted from the following companies: Engine #235, Engine #260, Engine #229, Engine #22 and Ladder 83

These numbers are subject to change as new belts are manufactured. We are honored to have this material in our possession and as such, take extremely close record as to where these fire hoses were originally used. Wear this belt with pride as it formerly served one of the bravest fire departments in the world.

Sizing Note: This belt is available in the following sizes: 38", 46" and 58". These lengths are measured from the tip of the belt to the end of the buckle. Determine how much slack you prefer in your belt based on these conditions.






A belt with history. A belt built to last.

Features + Components

  • Vintage Black Metal Adjustable Buckle
  • Cut-to-Fit Belt (sizes 38", 46", 58"waist)
  • Width: 1.5"
  • Made in USA


Wait, How Do I Size This Belt?

In just a matter of minutes, you can customize your belt to fit perfect. You simply put the belt on and find the desired length. Remove the buckle by lifting the tab on the back. Cut the belt with a scissors at the desired length (leave 6" of what we call "holiday slack"), then reattach the buckle and you're all set!

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