The coordinator's wallet is made for the person who runs the show. Be it a manager or a foreman, you're the person who keeps the wheels greased and the show from stopping. You're not the like the guys who constantly purchase those, ratty, junky wallets every 6 months to keep up appearances. You can see a deal and know that you're getting something worth it. You're the person who knows that you can buy a solid wallet and have it for the next lifetime. You'll pass it down to your kids, and they'll cherish it for their life too. It reminds them of you.
- Made completely by a single craftsman in America that was paid a living wage.
- Made the famous Italian Buttero leather in a forest green, and a chestnut.
- The wallet has a standard 8 pocket design, with 3 on each side with a hidden larger pocket underneath. These pockets can each hold 2-3 cards.
- Optional upgrade to add an additional 3 card slots with an ID slot.
Note: ID slot does not have a plastic window, as these windows break and are not buy it for life.
- One large bill/receipt pocket.
- Completely hand-stitched using the finest Japanese bonded nylon thread called Vinymo MBT.
Opened: 8.5" x 3.75"
Closed: 4.25" x 3.75" x (However many cards and cash you put in it).
NOTE: This product is ONLY offered in the hand-stitched version as it would be morally wrong to offer it any other way. Just it should be illegal to cook steal to well done, it should be illegal to sew buttero with a sewing machine.
We're happy to offer most products in either a hand-stitched or machine stitched version. The functionality of both products are top-notch, and the type of stitching doesn't affect the usage of it. With that being said, there will be some instances where either one may or may not be offered.
The hand-stitching method is called the saddle stitch, and it is labor-intensive process of individually creating holes in the leather and then stitching through the leather with two needles that weave back and forth. The advantage of this is that the stitching locks at every hole, and it looks nice on both sides.
The most common method of stitching is the machine stitch that has an industrial sewing machine run a lockstitch up and down the leather and it pulls a knot into each hole it creates with the needle. It is an extremely effective stitch, as most products today are made with only sewing machines. A good lock stitch will last more than a lifetime and is good for the duration that the thread is. The advantage is that this process is not labor-intensive and the stitches look like we'd expect them to. The disadvantage is that the stitches are not as refined-looking as the hand-stitching method.
If you're a first-time purchaser, we recommend going with the machine-stitched option. The machine-stitched option will always be a lower cost to the customer as it doesn't take as much time to produce. If you're the type of person who just likes to change products every few months just because then it gets you in the game for a little bit cheaper. If you're a seasoned veteran with our products or you know leather well, then we recommend the hand-stitched version. Or if you're the type of person where you'll be keeping the wallet for the next few years (or life) then this is the option for you.