By now, you have undoubtedly heard us rant and rave about the patina potentials of raw vegetable-tanned leather, and it’s true, there’s much to love about some quality, broken-in tanned hide. Winter Session‘s latest release, the Long Wallet, incorporates a different type of vegetable-tanned leather, one that is often overlooked but never fails to impress — Dublin leather.
Produced in none other than the legendary Horween factory, this 4oz. waxed leather is vegetable tanned — unlike their renowned chrome-tanned Chromexcel — but is a pull-up leather nonetheless. That means it’s rich with character and features a variety of tones that will only get better with age.
This particular wallet features four interior card pockets and one long bill pocket, for those of us who prefer to keep their dollars crisp and unfolded. It’s secured shut with a solid brass snap and each piece is hand stitched with Irish waxed linen thread.
Available for $125 at Winter Session.