This first-ever fabrication long-wallet of ours was made based on the romanticism and enticement of the infamous trucker wallet. In the 1950s, there were many businesses that still preferred cash over card. And gas stations were one of such businesses. They wanted to incentivize people to pay with paper instead of ‘plastic’. Long wallets were created so that folks would be able to carry a greater number of bills without the need to fold them. So, they started offering discounts; specifically to the truckers, who paid with paper currency.
The charm of this wallet is surely those flashy spots n’ jewels attached to its front fold. Those prominent studs were directly sourced from the USA. The leather itself was sourced from the South America region; both the natural veg tanned and the black drum dyed leather. All the workmanship involved in creating this wallet were all done by hands. From the cutting process, sewing works, to the finishing phase. Trimmed with the particular Talon Zipper (comes with navy and olive cotton tape, will be randomly selected), this wallet surely brings more to the table that you’re expected.
~ Long trucker wallet
~ Dimension: 7″ x 3.7″ (folded)
~ Natural veg tanned leather from South America
~ Black drum dyed veg tanned leather from South America
~ 1.6-1.8mm leather thickness
~ 3 main compartments
~ 1 compartment with zipper closure
~ Talon USA zipper hardware (randomly pick between the navy and olive cotton tape)
~ Stud hardware from USA
~ YKK snap button with antique brass finish
~ Cut and sewn by hands
~ Burnished leather edge with color
~ Special ‘Oldblue Leatherworks’ stamp
Dimension: 7″ x 3.7″ (folded)