(5 stage adjustable to about 1″=2.5cm each) about 32.1/4=81.5cm ~ 36.5″=93cm
Material: Buffalo Leather 100% (BZQ)
Waist size about: 37″=94cm
Buckle: about W 2.5″=6cm × H 2.1/4″=5.5cm
Width: about 2″4cm
5 hole (1″=2cm spacing)
Bench Logo engraved on the belt loop
Color Belt: Black Buckle: Antique silver
Bench is one of the UK originated, marketed worldwide fashion brand. The company was founded in 1989 in Manchester and mainly sells streetwear.
In the establishment phase Bench sales mainly T- Shirts BMX and skateboarding style . So she became a respected label in the area of urban lifestyle quickly. Later, the company expanded into other areas of the fashion segment and became a popular casual brand.
The brand Bench:
Bench is primarily a creative universe very connected to the music: one of the claws of the trendiest urban scene and international alternative.
Catapulted to ” mark the coolest 2007-2008 ” by CoolBrands Panel, Bench joins from the beginning to the Manchester music scene and dresses legendary musicians and groups. Claw then develops many partnerships with the most important musical events in England and abroad, to finally land in France and join for the first time in 2010 music festival Eurokéennes Belfort, creating for Used an exclusive collection of t-shirts in limited edition. A mixed line that combines the originality of products Bench to the unique spirit of Eurokéennes
Bench is a brand with a long, proud and illustrious cultural history. With a reputation for producing easy-wear-clothes with a functional design it continues to be progressive, purposeful and inclusive taking its inspiration from global city cultures and the dynamic young people who bring them alive. Born in the UK back in 1989, it can now be found in more than 30 countries worldwide.
The Bench story goes back to one of the most iconic times in urban culture, the late 80s, when youth subcultures such as skating and bmxing, were thriving. Active pursuits like these were evocative of global city cultures and the people who brought them alive. Bench grew through this exciting scene, making relaxed clothing, purpose built for the world we lived in.
Initially a small menswear brand, it became known particularly for producing strong graphic-based printed tees, sweats and an iconic hoodie silhouette. Then in the mid-90s Bench forged a strong musical affinity, not least with a revolutionary Manchester music scene, taking on a cool and edgy appeal before diversifying in to womenswear (1998).
The brand is now synonymous with city culture, with designs taking inspiration from the innovative cultural scenes around us. Producing clothes with a comfortable, effortless, uncomplicated and efficient edge.
BENCH – SNC 1989