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About Us


THE WHISTLE'S STORY

Our story started back in 2011 In a small shop for unique belt buckles and leather belts in Tel Aviv. In that shop, we used to make hand-crafted belts using old school leather crafting tools. With the rising demand from our customers for vegan products, we had decided to find the best replacement for leather that will match our production skills and machinery. After finding and testing the quality of a few different materials, we finally came along with the best alternative to leather that could ever be seen by appearance and strength. With excellent reviews and after many years of testing, we decided to stop using leather and start a new and better way without any animal involved in our production line.

FAIR LABOR

We are creators. We make our products by ourselves, or we sell items from other local designers who make their products by themselves. We adore hard workers, and we stand along with a promise to ensure every product we sell made with full humanity and dignity for every person involved.

LONG-LASTING

We know belts, and we understand quality. We are doing it since 2011. we make high-quality products so you will be able to use them for a long time. You will save money, and the world will get less polluted.


TEL AVIV VIBES

We Live in Tel Aviv city. We love it. We get inspirations from its streets, its people, its weather, and the cultural mix of our area. We support local production and businesses, so you can be sure everything you'll find on our website made here.


WE ARE ALWAYS HERE FOR YOU

Our products are made-to-order. That means you place an order we role up our sleeves and make it for you. Please be aware of sizes!. If, for any reason, you feel unsatisfied with one of our products, feel free to reach out, and we will do the best for you to make you happy.


CONTACT INFORMATION

Email: info@the-whistle.com
Address: 101 Yehuda Halevi St. Tel Aviv, Israel.
The Whistle - Dizengoff Square, Tel Aviv 1938