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Turin wallet, black leather

Turin wallet, black leather


Product description

Turin wallet

The Turin wallet is a tough, spacious wallet which can also be used as a clutch.

The wallet has enough space for a mobile phone, coins, paper money and many pockets for bankcards or other cards. The Turin wallet has an elongated format, 2 spacious zip pockets with sturdy long pullers.

What makes the Turin wallet so handy is that there are exactly 2 zip pockets, 1 for for example a phone and the other for small money. On the inside the wallet has 2 open compartments and on both sides 7 slots for bankcards.

The Turin wallet comes with a wristband but can also be used with a keycord, make the set complete by attaching one or more key rings.

  • The Turin wallet is 20 cm wide and 10 cm high when closed. 
  • Has 2 compartments with a zip.
  • On the inside the wallet has 2 open inner pockets.
  • There is room for 14 bank or other cards.
  • A mobile phone fits easily.
  • The wallet has an on the inside 4 snap button which closes the wallet.
  • The Turin wallet is delivered with a wristband but can also be used in combination with a Keycord M or L. The Keycord M or L can be used to carry the Houston wallet; keycord M as a lanyard keycord L crossbody
  • With the Keycord, the wallet can also easily be attached to the handle of a bag so that you can easily take it out and still have it safely attached.
  • Made of tough enviromently friendly vegetable tanned leather with a matt finish.

Give your Turin wallet a personal look by attaching one or more key chains.

Delivery without keycord and key chains

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