(if you want to see all the features and how many cards and cash it can hold, please watch the video)
As you saw I got 10 cards in there plus 6 slips of cash folded over only once, which always makes it easier and less bulky. And everything seemed to operate just fine.
This design feature of this white nylon thread joining these two pieces leaves an entire card slot unused. So while it looks nice, I don’t know if it really provides any functional value other than a visual effect, I can’t see why you wouldn’t want to clip that and have another card slot available.
The wallet is made from full grain Italian pull-up leather, This is the highest quality you can get and it shows all the indicators of high quality leather. It has rough edges and smells like a full-grain leather should and it’s soft to the touch.
It sewn using a bonded nylon thread with very nice back stitching as you can see here. This will break in very nice. It’s priced at $45 and is made in the in the United States. The company is based in Minnesota.
It is easy to use and the patina will look very nice as it breaks-in and is used over time. The wallet measures 4” x 3” x .25” thin. Perceptions are this is a very nicely made product with a lot of thought put into the quality of materials and build to ensure it will last a long time, especially with the price range.
Now let’s get to the final score. For quality a 4, price a 3, features a 3, usability a 4, and perception a 4. That gives us a final score of 37 out of 50 or 3.7 out of 5.