The Flat Head Shell Cordovan Half-Fold Wallet may be one of the nicest wallets you can buy. It’s the first new wallet model from the brand in two years, an elevated take on the popular Flat Head for Wild Child bifold. Made from Shinki-tanned shell cordovan, it is hand sewn and finished in Nagano, Japan. The pigskin-lined style features four card slots, a change pouch and two slots for bills, and measures 4.8-inches by 3.8-inches. The largely unadorned exterior has a small cordovan accent that secures a sterling silver chain ring, stamped with the brand’s name.
This isn’t a minimalist wallet in any sense of the word, and it’s definitely not an inexpensive wallet. Retailing for $800, it’s a sizable investment, but a strong one. Unlike the slim cardholders many brands tout, this will comfortably hold everything you use on a daily basis. And with its top-tier hand sewn construction, you don’t have to worry about any split seams. What’s more, it’s made from some of the nicest cordovan available and will age beautifully with each passing year. So if you’re looking for a serious upgrade to your EDC, head over to Self Edge now and to check out both brown and black colorways.
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