(if you want to see all the features and how many cards and cash it can hold, please watch the video)
Today’s review will be on the One Star Leather Six Pocket wallet. It‘s in a tan bridle leather. It came with no packaging, but includes some cards which explain the leather and construction.
There are no features on the exterior. On the interior there is symmetry on the left and right side. Both sides have two card slots. There is an opening on top which provides room for additional cards or cash. The leather is thinner on the card slots, which reduces any bulk which makes it easy to get to cards in and out.
I was able to get six cards and four slips of cash in here with the cash foled over once and put in the rear side slot. It can hold U.S., Canadian and Australian currency just fine. Other International currency will not fit unless folded twice. From a minimalist perspective it can hold four to eight cards. The company indicates it can hold eight to twelve cards, especially when the leather is broken in.
The wallet is made in the United States and is made from a full grain Horween veg tanned leather. It is hand stitched and has very light burnishing on the edges.
The price is $90, but can be as high as $136 if you choose a different type of leather or shell cordovan.
The wallet measures 3.9 x 3.1 x 0.3” and weighs 36 grams.
For the final score: For quality, a 5. Price, a 2. Features, a 4. Usability, a 4. And perception, a 5. That gives us a final score of 39 out of 50.