Long Trifold Wallet
- RFID Shield protects cards and Passport from a thief’s RFID Reader
- Four multi-card slots and ID slot
- Large coin pouch keeps small items secure
- Cash compartment can hold a checkbook
- Deep cash compartment holds most currencies and Passport
- Not Bulky
- Wraparound closure keeps everything secure
- Not a pants pocket wallet, but perfect for the front pocket of a jacket
- Because of natural oils shade may vary
- Dimensions (approximate size)
- Holds up to 13 cards, 3 in each pocket and an ID
- Closed: 7 ¼” W x 3 ¾” H x ¾” D
- Open: 7 ¼” W x 11” H
- 0.4 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.
I knew it was a bad idea to fly into Nairobi for the day. And that next day I added two never-to-be-altered rules in my life.
Rule #1 is because our video guy Joe and I had to be at the airport by 12:30 a.m. to get to Kenya and be back at the airport at 11:30 p.m. the same day. That means no sleep for almost two full days.
Rule #2 is because in Africa, cash is king and credit cards are jokers. With all of the trips to Africa, I knew this, but for some reason, I only brought $180 cash for the day. I completely forgot that the visas to enter Kenya cost $50 each and our last visas had just expired (now only $80 left and taxis across town were about $60 each way. And only Visa debit cards work in ATM’s, not MasterCard or Amex). And even if you call ahead to let your credit card company know where and when you’ll be traveling, they usually block your cards anyways, just to make sure there’s no fraud. And then later that night before we flew back, we took some other friends of ours out to dinner, my treat, and none of my credit cards worked. So my friend, Matt Chancey, who had helped me out the entire day because I didn’t have enough cash, ended up having to pay for dinner too. I swore it would never happen again. FYI, the exchange houses and banks accept newer unmarked and un-torn $100 bills 2006 and newer only.
Built to fit a passport, with deep pockets for loads of any-sized cash, another for receipts, RFID shielding, a Euro coin pocket and a healthy number of cards slots, could there be a better world traveling wallet than the Long Trifold?