• 100-Year Warranty, details here.
  • Free Shipping, details here.
  • We use only the best: full-grain leather (as much of the cow as you can get, short of the moo), strong pigskin lining, and premium, marine-grade thread (the kind used on shipping sails).
  • Beauty in simplicity. Keep your documents together while traveling
  • Protect your passport from theft, crumpled edges, and other damage
  • Hold your passport on one side and your yellow card on the other
  • Inner flap pocket allows you to tuck in the front cover of your passport and use it without having to remove it
  • Unlined and thinner than the Passport Wallet
  • Dimensions (approximate size):
    • Closed: 5 ½" H x 4 ¼” W x ⅜” D
    • Open: 5 ½" H x 8 ½” W x ⅜” D
    • Weight: 0.15 pounds
    4 Reviews

    Great design, great quality

    by - verified purchaser |
    I was torn between getting this sleeve and the passport wallet. Eventually decided on this one and glad that I did. The design is just about perfect for protecting your passport and WHO card. As with all Saddleback pieces, the leather ages beautifully and seems indestructible.

    If you're trying to decide which Saddleback passport holder to get, keep in mind that as of 2016 American passports are being issued with twice as many pages as before. (This is because, for security reasons, they've eliminated the possibility of adding pages to a passport after it's been issued.) This development made me glad that I went with this passport sleeve rather than the thicker passport wallet. With the passport itself now being thicker, I wouldn't want any extra bulk in the passport holder.

    A minor problem is that the flap that holds your WHO card has thick nylon stitching up the inside edge, which will eventually scratch off some of the foil lettering and seal on the cover of your passport. I'm not sure whether this stitching serves a practical purpose (maybe to prevent stretching?) or if it could be removed in future designs. However, if the scratches bother you, you can just flip your passport so that the blank back cover is facing forward.

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    Dogs LOVE it :(

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    I purchased 2 as Christmas gifts. I love the design, just like the description says - SIMPLE - but perfect for my gift giving needs. The chewing incident just happened last night, five days before Christmas :(
    One of the 2 recipients will not be getting theirs. Big brother? or Boss? I LOVE my brother, but I am due for a raise ;) Sorry boss!! The brother card trumps!!
    The Sleeve is out of stock in all colors - even if I took the chance with UPS getting it to me on time, that's not an option. I hope SB will make more after the first of the year, I'd like to order a couple more for myself & hubby!

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    Quality GAH GAH

    by - verified purchaser |
    My theory in life " Ya get what ya pay for" and I am extremely in a -----Oh Yea Mode.

    The thickness of the leather, the feel (soft & smooth ) I got more than my bling bling's worth. I think it can withstand a Nuke Attack

    Can not wait to spend a couple of grand for a trip and give Ole Customs something to feel and if they got any sense about 'em they will smile as they pull out my documents seeing & touching this passport sleeve.

    This would look even more spectacular if the Passport Design was stamped on the front if it but just a thought for ya

    Thanks Guys & did I forget to tell it a Great piece of workmanship.

    & BTW for those thinking about ship time ----- it was FAST !!!!!

    Thanks again ---& off to a cool place

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    Great Index Card Holder

    by - verified purchaser |
    Disclaimer: I bought this to hold index cards. I apologize to anyone looking for a review using this for its intended purpose. I will say that I prefer my Passport Wallet in that regard, simply because of the additional features it offers. My review still might be helpful, though.

    Anyways, I wanted something to hold index cards. That is my preferred method to take notes. This fits the bill perfectly. I use the left pocket to hold blanks, and the right sleeve to hold my active ones. The pocket is stretched to hold ~20 at maximum capacity (although I'm sure it could be made to handle more), while the sleeve juggles no more than ~5-6. I generally fill the pocket with no more than ~12-14 cards, as this makes sliding them in and out easier. It is worth noting that a single card stays put when placed in either the pocket or sleeve.

    I tried using the Passport Wallet with my index cards, but it just felt too bulky once loaded up, and never meshed well with my routine, especially given the fact that it closes on its own. This Passport Sleeve, even full, is not bad at all given its flexibility and thickness, and has the added bonus of being able to lay perfectly flat while open. I'm very pleased with it, and use it everyday.

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    I wish all onions would burn in hell. I hate them so much. I think they even look dumb. And how stupid is the name Onion? Just sounds stupid. But anyways, so Jim, Jake and I had been hitchhiking in Mexico and got to the town of Ixmiquilpan, hungry. Jake orders his regular 6 Tacos al Pastor and so do I. But Jim orders three different kinds; sets of two: cow brain, hoof and tongue. I order my tacos with no cebolla por favor (no onions). So the taco guy puts them on anyways. I kindly ask him to remake them, but he wants to argue. I like arguing, so we argued for about 5 minutes. Finally he gives in and makes mine the way I asked him to.

    When we go to pay the bill, I pay, then Jake pays and then Jim pays. But Jim looks at his change and says, “Hey Senor, you charged me way too much.” And the taquero says, “If you want your money, just get it from him,” and he points at me. “He didn’t eat the tacos I originally gave him.”

    Well, I wasn’t going to pay for those contaminated tacos and so on continued the argument for another 5 minutes. It was obvious that he wasn’t going to give back the 12 pesos ($1.20) and so that’s when I grabbed a napkin holder off his counter and said, “So, I guess I’ll just take this napkin holder and we can call it even.” I figured that if he didn’t give me my 12 pesos back then worst case scenario, I end up with a napkin holder to tell stories about for the rest of my life. Sounded fair. Jim and Jake were trying to talk me down, but I wouldn’t give.