This East West Wallet comes from premium leather goods imprint Tumble & Hide and is constructed from luxury Chukka Leather. Tumble & Hide may be a quintessentially British design brand but they have a truly global outlook when it comes to sourcing the finest materials and tanning techniques.
The chukka leather used here is a thick, durable leather designed to withstand everything life can throw at it that also ages beautifully. Manufactured at an experienced tannery on the east coast of the United States this luxe leather has it's own individual character with varied grains; you will find no two wallets look exactly the same. In creating this hard wearing and robust leather the brand use manufacturing techniques which have been used for centuries; this is not a brand who take the easy mass produced option.
Inside this practical east west wallet you will find six credit card slots and a note section. Finishing details include embossed branding and the signature flag label. The wallet comes presented in a beautifully appointed Tumble & Hide gift box.
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