(if you want to see all the features and how many cards and cash it can hold, please watch the video)
Today we will be reviewing the Craft & Lore Port Wallet. The wallet comes in a nice hefty package and is inserted in a cotton pouch. It is green and has their Craft and Lore logo on the back. A card from the company is in the front.
Now for the feature review of the Craft and Lore Port Wallet. Craft and Lore has put together a wonderful wrap leather wallet. As its name entails, it starts with leather, wraps all the way around on the outside and comes around again until it finishes. And then, they sew it towards the bottom. They have wrapped layers which is a great concept. The wrap provides lots of different pockets. This is a very neat little wallet.
Now for the card and cash insertion test. I was able to get 6 cards and 5 slips of cash. I am sure it’s going to be able to handle more once it is broken in. The cash is folded over twice so it could be put into any of the slots. The quality of this is phenomenal. I just love good leather. This smells so nice. This is made in Northern Idaho in the United States. It’s in the Coeur d’Alene area. This is a beautiful leather made from Wickett and Craig out of Pennsylvania. It is saddle stitched by hand and they don’t give a recommendation on the number of cards or cash to put in there. But you know what makes me smile, all around, no RFID. Yeah, exactly. Love it.
The price on this is $52 and this is a pleasure to use. It’s very soft to the touch and smells fantastic. Access to cards and other things you put in here is very easy. It measures 2.75 x 4 x 0.75”. You can’t help but love this wallet for it’s genuine quality and the products they create by hand. Their motto is heritage, heirloom, quality and durability. Their logo was a Swedish ax, which represents one of the oldest tools of ancestor makers. Their support is really excellent and it comes from the owners themselves. Their customers love the products.
So now let’s give into the final score. For quality, a 5. For price, a 3. Features, a 3. Usability, a 5. And perception, a 5. That gives us a final score of 44 out of 50.