You can make a braided men's leather bracelet from three strips of black or brown leather. The bracelet fastens with a button at one end. For an optional accent, use leather strips of different colors.
To make the braided middle section, begin with a strip of leather that is 12 inches long and 1 1/2 inches wide. Cut the strip lengthwise into three strands of equal width, leaving one inch uncut at one end. Cross the left strand over the middle strand, and then cross the right strand over the new middle strand. Repeat this step until the leather is braided down to the bottom. Use a paper clip to secure the end of the braid, and then check that the bracelet's length is correct. Use leather glue just above the clip to fasten the strands together.
Once the glue has dried, remove the paper clip. To make the fastening section, cut two more strips of leather that are 4 inches long and 1 1/2 inches wide. These strips may be of a different color. Cover the back of one small strip with leather glue, and then attach the glued end of the braided strip so there is approximately 3/8-inch overlap. Glue the second small strip on top so that the braided leather is enclosed. Once the glue is dry, sew a button onto the braided strip's uncut end. Use a craft knife to cut a button hole in the layers of the glued leather. The bracelet can now be secured.