(if you want to see all the features and how many cards and cash it can hold, please watch the video)
The Domain Leather Huey Wallet is on the table, so let’s take a look. It uses Wickett & Craig’s traditional harness leather, in Russet color. It uses a Maine thread in white, but you have the ability to choose the thread color.
There’s an external flap in the front which provides security to prevent items from falling out as well as 2 external card slots. In the interior, we have another card slot in the back for one to two cards or more. And then a major interior pouch, gusseted for coins, folded cash, keys, air tags, currency folded once or anything else in that size. As the flap is folded over it closes out any gaps what would allow smaller items to escape, thus keeping them secure.
I also like this due to no snaps or magnets. It’s just very clean. It measures 4.3 by 3 by 0.7” and it weighs 55 grams of leather goodness. The taller currencies like Euro, Yen had issues, but those would need to be folded twice. The maker recommends up to eight cards, but more can fit as it stretches.
Designed and made in the United States, from a full grain vegetable tanning of Wickett & Craig harness leather, burnishing is done nicely with a slight sheen to it. It just brings out a lot of the character of the leather. The cost is reasonable considering it’s handmade, in the United States.
Now onto the final score. Quality of 5, price of 3, features of 3, does what it should do, do the exterior function of the quick access card slot, usability a 4 and perception a 3, which gives us a final score of 39 out of 50.
Minimal pouch style wallet with 1 inside card pocket, 1 easy access card pocket and a open area for folded cash, extra cards and small amount of coins.