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ディアスキン
フラットウォレット
Deerskin
Flat Wallet

Slim your wallet and protect your cards

   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   

ディアスキン
フラットウォレット
Deerskin
Flat Wallet

Slim your wallet and protect your cards

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Regular price
¥20,500
Sale price
¥20,500
Unit price
per 
Japan Retail Price / Wholesale Price

Min Qty: 4
No.75214
11 x 7 cm / 4.3 x 2.8"
Regular price
¥20,500
Sale price
¥20,500
Unit price
per 
Japan Retail Price / Wholesale Price

Min Qty: 4
No.75214
11 x 7 cm / 4.3 x 2.8"

Stow your cards securely and take them with you on the go.

With four pockets this is our thinnest wallet. The pockets are shaped to make removing cards easy. Dividers securely hold your cards and folded bills. Two types of leather are combined to create this supple wallet. Holds 10 credit cards. Postalco original Pebble Deerskin and calfskin with cotton chambray lining. Handmade in Japan. 

少ない枚数でも落ちにくいように工夫されたポケットには、カードは10枚収納可能。

Stay organized

Pocket dividers securely hold your cards and folded bills. Holds up to 10 credit cards.

薄さが際立つデザインで、角がきれいにカットされているため取り出しやすく、手や身体に馴染みます。

Supreme craftsmanship

Applying a traditional Japanese leather working technique, the leather edges are carefully folded making this wallet feel excellent.

Pebble Deerskin

Deerskin leather was prized by explorers and mountain men working in the backwoods of North America. One man talked about showing up to work in the forest with his standard home-woven fabric clothing. He soon found his clothing hanging in shreds around his body. Until the invention of heavyweight machine woven fabrics there really was only deerskin that could offer the flexibility needed for clothing while standing up to scratching branches and hard work in the woods. Native Americans knew this and had effective ways of naturally tanning the hides of the animals not wasting any parts. Deerskin's unusual flexible strength makes it famous for use in Japanese Archery and is why it was used to connect the pieces of Samurai armor together. When I first started experimenting with prototypes in deerskin I was surprised how soft it could be while at the same time so strong. Vegetable tanning and the fine texture of this leather creates a surface that looks like small pebbles or river sand. This texture helps scratches and surface wear blend in to become part of the patina created with use. That is why we call it Pebble Deerskin.

Learning from Japan

The craftspeople, suppliers, and small workshops found in Japan make things not to be found anywhere else. We are fortunate to work with family businesses that are so focused on their craft. Don’t put Postalco items on a shelf or in a drawer. Their beauty is revealed through daily use. They will help you feel good at home and be ready in a meeting.