Black Bi-fold Wallet
$89.00 Temporarily Backordered
We've partnered with a U.S. Army Vietnam Veteran and leather worker named Tim to bring you an exceptional line of leather goods.
This beautiful, handcrafted double fold wallet is the perfect accessory to keep your cards and cash secure. Constructed from durable veg-tanned leather and lined with surplus woodland camo for a unique, repurposed touch.
Sword & Plough is proud to donate a portion of the profits from all Sword & Plough Leather Wallet orders to The Mission Continues. Founded in 2007, The Mission Continues empowers veterans facing the challenge of adjusting to life at home to find new missions. The non-profit organization deploys veterans on new missions in their communities, so that their actions will inspire future generations to serve. With your purchase, you help fund The Mission Continues' annual Women Veterans Leadership Summit.
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Always buy U.S.A.
This wallet is exactly perfect. It has the ideal amount of pocket space needed, the materials and build quality is superb, and the ergonomics are just what a guy like me needs. Its rugged, yet beautiful; I have never loved a wallet until this one. This is exactly why buying U.S.A. made products is the only way to go. Also, the shipping was faster than expected, so that was great too!
Very nice leather wallet
I bought this wallet for my husband for Christmas and he really likes it. It is not a large wallet and he mentioned that Euros and Pounds don't fit in it, but he primarily keeps US dollars so that really is not an issue. As was mentioned before, it is on the smallish size, but he doesn't keep much in his wallet so it works out well.
Really high quality product - my dad loves it!
Quick service, great quality. Leather is soft, can pack the wallet with cards but still has a slim profile. The lining in the Bill compartment has the perfect coefficient of friction, namely currency slips in without a problem and stays in place. Worth every cent.
Not as roomie as I
Not as roomie as I thought for my spouse but he still loves it. He just had to downsize items so maybe not a bad thing after all.