Cork is a versatile material, working its way into bats to help players hit home runs, and stuffing itself into bottles that help other kinds of players do pretty much the same. For yet one more way in which cork can help you cross home plate, check out Cliff Belts. A graduate of the only college to be ranked number one in the country by both Forbes and US News and World Report (shockingly not Trinity), Cliff's dedicated to making waist wares completely out of renewable cork because it's "better than leather", distressing in a similar manner over time but at a much lighter weight, so it actually doesn't have much reason for being distressed. Individually crafted by hand from layers of cork laminated to fabric, looks range from natural light tan, to almost suede-ish solids in forest green, black, and red, to fully reversible jobs pairing the aforementioned colors with black-marbled shades of Tiger Tan and Tiger Brown, also Leroy's badder brother, who requires no comparison to King Kong as he's already an animal. Currently you can custom-order a color combo, but because
taking orders from you is getting to be a real pain in the ass, bro if you want something done right you have to do it yourself, they're building out their site to allow you to design and order looks yourself. Rounding out the current stock're a line of guitar straps, constructed from two reversible pieces of intertwined cork (for four possible color combos) and adjustable up to 60'' -- if you need that option on your belt, even being a guitar god won't help you get to home.