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Beech Handmade Leather Card Holder

Beech Handmade Leather Card Holder

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Regular price $65.00 CAD
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You don’t need a dozen pockets, a bill fold and a little window for your ID card to be peeking out from. You need a clean looking, minimal, no-frills card holder that looks great when you pull it out of your pocket, feel amazing when holding it in your hand and will last for years to come. 

Welcome to your new card holder. The top flap design and size allow for between 4 and 6 cards, possibly even some bills folded in there (depending on how many cards you carry.

The veg tan leather dyed saddle tan with white stitching is a classic look that even the most die-hard black leather connoisseur can appreciate.


Some or all of the following have been used in the construction of the products provided by sleaves:

Veg tanned leather

Waxed polyesther thread

Leather Dye

Wax free leather conditioner

Acrylic paints

No. Of Cards

Min: 6

Max: 3


Width: 4 in

Height: 2.5 in

Thickness: 0.38 in

Care Instructions

As with all leather products a certain level of care needs to be taken to ensure your product will last for years or even decades to come.

A quality leather conditioner, coming soon, should be used when the product begins to show any signs of drying out.

For day to day cleaning a lightly damp, clean cloth can be used. Should something like coffee be spilled on the piece you can simply consider it some additional patina.

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