Accessories

First Maine Flag Key Fob

$14.95

15 in stock

15 in stock

Description

  • Each Belted Cow Ribbon Key Fob features a Belted Cow signature ribbon stitched onto washed cotton webbing, an embossed leather tip, and is 1 3/8 wide by approximately 5 inches.
  • Step back in time and into the future with this comely flag design taking Pine Tree State vexillology (“flag study”) by storm!

Feel like Dirigo Nation should adopt this original design as the official Maine flag? Then don’t wait for Augusta to hoist this flag over the capitol building—be an early adopter for your wardrobe. As they say: “As Maine goes, so goes the nation.”

The First Maine Flag Key Fob is is made by the Belted Cow Company out of Cumberland.

Belted Cow Company was started in 2004 with a simple idea, some unabashed enthusiasm (some may call it ignorance), a bit of luck, and as other entrepreneurs will confirm, a lot of hard work.

At the onset, the team behind Belted Cow made a promise to always “do things right.” This means an uncompromising commitment to paying attention to every detail—no matter how small. Their dedication to quality is an ongoing commitment. They use high-grade materials, like custom solid casted brass buckles, exceptional Midwest leathers (tanned right here in Maine), and premium cotton webbing woven by Rhode Island’s renown textile mills. Their philosophy is that they’re not only crafting high quality wares—they’re cultivating a reputation. They do not put their name on a product unless it’s something of which they’re deeply proud.

They are committed to their community. Their products are handcrafted by Maine workers—the descendants of the craftspeople who spent decades in Maine’s leather and cut & sew industries building a world-class reputation for producing the finest garments and footwear. This legacy lives on through their design process. They keep the means of production in their own backyard so they can ensure that their products are consistently of the highest quality—every stitch and ribbon proudly carrying on the legacy of Maine’s talented craftspeople.