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Twin Engine Coffee

Minimalist Leather Wallet - Black

Minimalist Leather Wallet - Black

Regular price $24.00 USD
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The Minimalist Wallet holds what you need & makes the impact you want. We are proud to bring you the Origin Creations fine leather collection. Our coffee community has more to offer than delicious coffees! *Made from rich, natural, full-grain Nicaraguan cowhide. *Holds 4 to 6 cards. Middle slot with slots on each side. *Meticulously hand-cut & stitched. *Natural tones & striations make each wallet unique. *Saddle brown has the beautiful patina of the classic saddle horn. *Electric black is inspired by the brilliant stormy Nicaraguan night sky. *Handcrafted at the Source in Leon, Nicaragua. Product Care: Clean with damp cloth. Use leather conditioner, as needed. Crafted with great care for quality, people, and planet. Twin Engine Coffee works at origin in Nicaragua to bring these creations to you, to stop poverty one family at a time. In our local workshop, women & men learn fine leathercraft to create new opportunities for themselves.
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