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Re: Wallets, Chains, and Reins
« Reply #570 on: December 08, 2020, 03:55:48 pm »
Wow! thats a thing of beauty @Cutlasshound - Love an intro to new brands, its a bonus to see they are based just a few miles away.
Thank you sir!

Just put on order for a zip wallet also! Will put up some pics when get it


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Re: Wallets, Chains, and Reins
« Reply #571 on: December 08, 2020, 03:56:03 pm »
I need to visit this thread more often. Or not as it makes me want stuff.

@Eisenherz that cordovan long wallet is dreamy. I have the mid version in oxblood, but the long wallet is might fine and what I really lust after.

@Cutlasshound the craftsmanship looks top notch and the idea of a beefy cardholder with a ring really appeals.



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Re: Wallets, Chains, and Reins
« Reply #572 on: December 09, 2020, 12:00:13 am »
Now that is one nice wallet @Cutlasshound  🤟

I’ve been looking myself for a new smaller wallet that slips nicely into the back pocket with a chain or lanyard. I’m not too keen on the bulky large wallets and looking at their web it looks like there are some nice compact offerings with bespoke ‘custom options” as you have gone with.

Thanks for the info👍

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Re: Wallets, Chains, and Reins
« Reply #573 on: December 09, 2020, 06:59:28 am »
Now that is one nice wallet @Cutlasshound 

I’ve been looking myself for a new smaller wallet that slips nicely into the back pocket with a chain or lanyard. I’m not too keen on the bulky large wallets and looking at their web it looks like there are some nice compact offerings with bespoke ‘custom options” as you have gone with.

Thanks for the info
Thanks mate.

FYI I just messaged Karl directly via Instagram and told him what I wanted.

Basically I looked at his site and then trawled his Instagram to come up with modifications to the one he had on his site and asked about leather options.

For the zip wallet I am having made, I took pictures of similar ones that I liked generally (as he only has larger zip wallets on site) and told him what I wanted (horsehide, short zip wallet, six card slots, cash slot, wallet chain attachment, riri zip) and worked from there.

I would def recommend


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Re: Wallets, Chains, and Reins
« Reply #574 on: December 10, 2020, 06:14:44 am »
@Baba-san, I'm tempted by a Piecewrks Leathercraft zip wallet. They're compact, have the option of a D-ring for a lanyard, and the stitching looks really tidy. The downside is that it's a Japanese microbrand, so there might be language issues...

"Piecewrks Wallet Outer"

"Piecewrks Wallet Inner"

Their Instagram feed is probably the best place to start. They also have an online store hosted by Creema if you want to place an order.

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Re: Wallets, Chains, and Reins
« Reply #575 on: December 10, 2020, 03:18:58 pm »
Thanks @Graeme  - That also is a nice and compact wallet - Ill check them out

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Re: Wallets, Chains, and Reins
« Reply #576 on: December 10, 2020, 03:29:12 pm »
@Baba-san, I'm tempted by a Piecewrks Leathercraft zip wallet. They're compact, have the option of a D-ring for a lanyard, and the stitching looks really tidy. The downside is that it's a Japanese microbrand, so there might be language issues...

"Piecewrks Wallet Outer"

"Piecewrks Wallet Inner"

Their Instagram feed is probably the best place to start. They also have an online store hosted by Creema if you want to place an order.
Gotta check that out. Looks killer


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Re: Wallets, Chains, and Reins
« Reply #577 on: January 08, 2021, 07:03:12 pm »
Custom Horween CXL horsehide wallet by After Midnight London.

8 card slots (2 hidden) and adjustment to make cash section more accessible, wallet chain attachment and Ri-Ri zipper.

Delivered today, very pleased with the results. Exactly what I wanted.
















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