Minimalist Leather Card Holder Wallet / Made with Vegetable Tanned Leather - Designed and Handmade in California by Hold Supply Co.
- Designed & handmade in Anaheim, California. - 100% Full Grain Vegetable Tanned Leather - Superior Water/ Abrasion resistance. - 3 Card Slots and 1 center compartment, able to hold folded bills, coins, or cards. - Dimensions: 4" Long, 3" Tall, 3/8" Thick. I design and make all of my wallets and bags in Anaheim, California from the highest quality materials available. I want my customers to know they are receiving a quality item that will last for many years to come, which is why I only use premium branded fabrics such as Invista Brand Cordura Nylon. My passion for design and deep consideration for the most minute details is what makes my products great! Hold Supply Co. is a direct to consumer wallet and bag manufacturer based in Southern California. When you a Hold Supply Co. product you are supporting: Ethical labor standards: When products are made in the US, federal and local governments can control working conditions and ensure that minimum wages are paid and proper laws are upheld in accordance with United States Labor Laws. Importing goods from abroad means that we do not have that level of control and transparency. Sweatshops are rampant in third-world countries where many products are manufactured. Buying foreign products, in many cases, supports these violations against workers abroad. Ensure you are helping your fellow Americans by looking for the American Made Matters or made in USA label. A cleaner manufacturing process: US manufacturing processes are much cleaner for the environment than many other countries; many brands sold here are produced in countries using dangerous, heavily polluting processes. When you purchase American-made product, you know that you're helping to keep the world a little cleaner for your children. A Stronger American Economy. Buying American-made goods doesn’t just support the workers who make those goods. Its benefits also ripple out through the entire economy. When American factories prosper, they hire American construction firms to expand their buildings, American accounting firms to handle their money, and American energy suppliers to provide them with power. The EPI estimates that every U.S. manufacturing job supports an additional 1.4 jobs in other parts of the economy.