This leather wallet was designed to stack cards in both slots therefore eliminating the thickness of a layer of leather between the cards. You can stack 5 or 6 cards in each slot as the leather stretches. And the two card slots are on opposing sides to the wallet will be flat and even when folded. And it is narrow and slim enough to fit in the front pocket. And in between the lining and the cow skin, and just like with our medium leather bifold wallet, we put a layer of Radio Frequency ID (RFID) blocking material to block bad people from scanning your wallet and stealing your identification off your credit cards. It happens all day long. Google it.
Lining - Instead of using a thin shiny and pretty nylon fabric, we line this leather wallet with pigskin, which is tougher than the cow leather. It's how we can offer a 100-year Warranty.
Thread - And then we sewed it with the incredible marine-grade polyester continuous filament thread. Trust me. It's strong and resistant. It's what ship sails and parachutes are made with. If your life depends on it, use this thread.
Leather - The reason bank tellers and cashiers will compliment you on this leather wallet is because Full Grain leather ages way more nicely because it still has all of the pores on it. Lesser leathers had the pores removed so oils and dirt can't set in.
This wallet is constructed with full-grain leather and nothing less. Let me explain. A hide of leather is like a roof. A roof is thick, but it's the thinner top layer shingles that keep the water and dirt out and protect the inside. The tough "shingles" of leather is the grain on the top layer of the hide. But a lot of low level bottom dwelling leather wallet manufacturers shave off the top layer with all of the scars so they can use all of the leather and don't have to cut out the scars and throw the away. It's pure business. But in doing so, they're shaving the shingles off of your house. How stupid is that? They neuter the leather and take away its leatherhood. The toughness it's known for. We only use leather that has the full amount of grain (full grain). When they remove some of the grain, the leather is called top grain leather. When they remove ALL of the grain, it's called genuine or split leather. And they do it just to save leather while taking away the strength, durability and water resistance of the hide. Leather isn't cheap and they don't want to lose the profit from throwing away the leather that has scars and marks on it. They just sand or split it off. It's why this full grain leather bifold wallet is so expensive.
Dimensions (W x H x D)
Closed: 4.50" x 3"
Open: 8.50" x 3"
Weight: 0.20 lbs