Twentyseven Gears

The Tuesday Wallet

42.00
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The Tuesday Wallet

42.00

The 3x2 series of wallets is an exploration of minimalist design that focuses on function, quality of materials, and superb craftsmanship. Each wallet is made from three pieces of leather and two pieces of waxed thread (hence "3x2"). The thick, supple leather is lasercut from digital models, and then stitched by hand to create durable products that will only get more beautiful as they age over years of use.

The Tuesday wallet is the most simple of the series. It has three flat pockets: two easy access side pockets for cash and cards you use daily, and one central pocket for occasional-use cards. It will hold up to 8 cards and a few bills, and measures 3" wide x 3-5/8" high x 1/4" thick. 

Choose between Deep Redbrown, a luxurious pullup leather with red stitching, or Hippo, a rustic tough-as-nails leather with blue stitching (no, it's not actually hippo leather, it just reminds me of hippos).

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The 3x2 series of wallets is an exploration of minimalist design that focuses on function, quality of materials, and superb craftsmanship. Each wallet is made from three pieces of leather and two pieces of waxed thread (hence "3x2"). The thick, supple leather is lasercut from digital models, and then stitched by hand to create durable products that will only get more beautiful as they age over years of use.

The Tuesday wallet is the most simple of the series. It has three flat pockets: two easy access side pockets for cash and cards you use daily, and one central pocket for occasional-use cards. It will hold up to 8 cards and a few bills, and measures 3" wide x 3-5/8" high x 1/4" thick. 

Choose between Deep Redbrown, a luxurious pullup leather with red stitching, or Hippo, a rustic tough-as-nails leather with blue stitching (no, it's not actually hippo leather, it just reminds me of hippos).