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The surface of the wallet is mainly covered with cow leather and the decorated front side made of vegetable tanned burbot skin leather. The size of the one-piece banknote pocket is in line with the euro banknotes in use and € 500 banknote fits in the pocket. There are eight card pockets and one or two cards can be placed in each one and a spacious coin pocket with a zipper. Under the card pockets and the coin pocket, there are four big pockets suitable for receipts. The old-fashioned, big cardboard or plastic covered driver's license also fits in the large, transparent driver’s license pocket. The card pockets and the banknote section are lined with cloth.
Good basic model wallet for both men and women.
Colours of cow leather used in the lining of the wallet are black and brown.
External dimensions: height 128 mm, width 90 mm, open 186 mm.
Inner dimension of the driver's license card pocket: 116 mm x 80 mm.
Burbot skin leather as material:
Burbot skin leather is smooth, has a fine pattern and it is durable wallet material. Burbot has the strongest and most abrasion resistant skin of the species we commonly use. The skin is characterized by a unique, highly variable pattern, which varies in different parts of the fish. On the ventral side, the skin is lighter, in the back it is darker. The darkest and softest skin is on the head and it also has the finest pattern. Burbot has the smallest scales in the head region. The size of the fish also affects the pattern of the skin. The skin surface is polished and darkened somewhat in use. As a fine detail, the lateral line of the burbot shows very nicely in the finished burbot skin leather, often emphasizing the unique look of the finished product.
We manufacture leather from the very beginning with traditional vegetable tanning. Ready-made, traditionally made leather is produced in approximately four weeks of treatment, through nearly 20 work stages. Wallets and bags are sewn in Finland with the help of fourth generation leather artisans.