(if you want to see all the features and how many cards and cash it can hold, please watch the video)
You saw I placed 7 cards in before breaking in the leather and no cash. It is a card wallet. The company recommends up to 10 cards and I can easily see how that would happen once the leather is broken in. This is a full grain leather scars and all, that’s really the best kind of leather. This is an open ID slot here. There’s no plastic because plastic can get old, foggy, yellow and crack over time. So this is assurance that they expect this wallet to last a long time. Remember their 100 year warranty? Their motto is “They’ll fight over when you’re dead.”
They don’t believe in zippers chains, money clip snaps or plastic is those will break over time and they want their products to last for generations. The thread is Marine Grade polyester double stitched on all the seams for strength and the edges are natural which is a great look. They have different colored leather lining the inside, integrated into the wallet. It gives it a nice look and removes that rough side of the leather which helps cards to slide in and out more easily.
It is priced at $49 and it’s made in Mexico, and the company is located in Fort Worth, in the great state of Texas. (YEEHAW). Even though a break-in period is necessary, you will end up with a fantastic patina on this. It measures 4.2” x 3” x .2” thin.
We’ve reviewed other products from this company and we really love their free spirited nature. Once you read up about their startup story you really develop an instant bond with them and their founder. There’s also a companion front pocket wallet which splits open so you can actually have cash along with their cards, that link is down in the notes.
Now for the final score, for quality a 4, for price a 3, features a 3, usability a 3 and perception a 4. That gives us a final score 35 out of 50 or 3.5 out of 5.