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These look beautiful, but can someone tell me why should I buy something like this for what I would consider a steep price?
I don't carry any cash with me so buying something like this would be an easy transition. I currently own a wallet called the Wrap Wallet which was great when I carried money and a load of cards with me but now I'm down to my ID and 4 other cards.
This is a very aggressive price, considering:
-This cardholder is made of shell cordovan, a very rare and expensive material known for its depth of color, durability, and great hand-feel. There's also a big shortage of it: http://www.wsj.com/articles/cordovan-shoes-for-men-play-even-harder-to-get-1400881239
-It's assembled with saddle stitching, an old-school way of stitching by hand that looks so much better than machine stitching (see this:
-it's made by a single artisan in the USA, which means you're supporting local skilled craftsmen.
We've sold shell cordovan products and this price and higher on Massdrop and they've always been popular. Let me know if you have any other specific questions.