Color

$47.00 to $59.00



  • Dark Coffee Brown now shipping with lighter colored pigskin
  • RFID shield keeps cards from being scanned by a thief’s RFID reader
  • Designed to evenly distribute cards and stay flat
  • Available in three sizes for front and back pocket options
  • Improved curved card slot design won’t damage cards
  • Lined with pigskin where needed for strength
  • Leather ages nicely
  • Because of natural oils shade may vary
  • Small
    • Holds up to 10 cards, 5 on either side
    • Closed: 4” W x 3” H
    • Open: 8 ¾” W x 3” H
    • 0.15 pounds
  • Medium
    • Holds up to 18 cards, 9 on either side
    • Closed: 4 ½” W x 3 ½” H
    • Open: 8 ¾” W x 3 ½” H
    • 0.2 pounds
  • Large
    • Holds up to 20 cards, 10 on either side
    • Closed: 4 ¼” W x 5” H
    • Open: 9” W x 5” H
    • 0.3 pounds

    We use natural Markings Equal Inclusion of Exceptional Imperfection Ornamentation

    "... Saddleback Leather no longer discriminates aganist any cow on the basis of age, appearance, lactose intolerance... if the beast has a natural marking or brand, or whether or not they worship the Divine Bovine."

    Truth is, sometimes beauty is only skin deep... like with cows. Their poetry is notoriously terrible, but man, their hides are nature's art. We don't believe that flawlessness equals beauty. Beauty is when we're able to see someting as it really is.

    This is true with humans too. There are lots of quality people who are really beautiful not in spite of, but because of the masks life has given them.

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    So, in the morning, as we three, clean-cut smiley white guys emerged from the cheap hotel, everybody looked at us with suspicion. The government suspected us of bringing money to or training the rebels and the rebels thought we were government spies. Why else would any sober gringo carrying a leather briefcase visit Ocosingo? Unless, of course, it’s just where the last truck we hitched a ride with dropped us off?

    But it was a morbidly interesting place with the relatively fresh bullet holes and anti-government messages of the rebels on the walls. Only a few years back, Ocosingo was the site of a major bloodbath where about 150 Zapatistas and Mexican soldiers were killed in a firefight, some found shot in the back of the head after surrendering. Tensions were still high. One could make an argument for it being the least touristy town on Earth. So, shortly after our silent breakfast, we headed out.

    But the cool thing was, Ocosingo wasn’t far from where we wanted to be. The massive Mayan ruins of Palenque were breathtaking, and if you looked into the jungle you could see the majority of the ruins still unexcavated.

    And then when we got to the jungle waterfalls of Las Cascadas de Agua Azul, we grabbed a vine, hacked it and used it as a rope swing into the river, tarzan style. The place was amazing as the clear blue river stepped down for miles creating a series of huge waterfalls. It was my original briefcase’s first big trip of many, but it easily could have been its last.

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