We've been living in our African safari tents for about 4 years now, but we've decided it's finally time to design and build a house. Suzette and I are both drawn to a simple English shoebox style Farmhouse that just has four walls and a simple roof. Just like we're going to give it a coolness feature or two, like a secret passageway or hidden room, this wallet has two coolness factors too.
Again, we only use Full Grain Leather for everything we make. by option of the grain has been removed from the hide to get rid of scars or imperfections, unlike lesser wallet companies who shave off the scars along with all of the toughest part of the hide (watch how they shave it here at minute 6:30). We cut out the major scars and blemishes and throw that leather in the trash. It's expensive but WAY better than top grain or genuine leather. We lined the wallet with pigskin on the inside so it's double tough. Pigskin is really strong stuff. Of course, our thread is the good strong polyester thread. Can't hardly break it.
The simple basic function of this wallet is that you can stack four cards on each side and then stick the cash in the middle. But the two coolness features of this wallet are this. We didn't stitch on the top or down one of the sides so cash can slide in more easily and so you can sort through the bills and pull out the correct bill without pulling all of your cash out. We only stitched the bottom in one spot so that the cash can go all the way to the bottom edge instead of stopping 1/8th of an inch above stitching where the leather presses together. And we stitched it enough on the other two sides so stuff won't fall out. That's how you can fit cash into such a small space that it shouldn't be able to fit into. Watch the short Slim Card Wallet video to see what I mean. This wallet secures your identity by incorporating RFID blocking in between the lining and the leather on the card slots.