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Minimalist Wallet -- Reclaimed Barn Wood, Oak with reused rubber strap

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: reclaimed wood, distressed wood, wood, non toxic, petroleum free, reclaimed materials, non toxic finishes
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From Oakdale, PA
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Description

Designed for simplicity and longevity, this limited series of hand-made minimalist wallets is constructed from reclaimed barn wood (oak) and bands cut from bike inner tubes (which you can easily replace with another elastic material if the need ever arises -- personally, a #92 rubber band works pretty well in a pinch).

Random saw marks remain to accent the rustic inspiration for these wallets.

The wood is sealed with a non-toxic, petroleum-free, blend of polymerized linseed oil and natural pine resins.

Measurements:
4 1/8 inches long
2 3/8 inches wide
5/16 inches thick, when empty

This design will accommodate 3-4 cards (ID, credit, etc.) and 3-4 trip-folded bills. What the wallet will hold depends on what you have it holding... more bills = fewer cards, more cards = fewer bills. In my own personal use, I've crammed as many as 8 cards in this design, but it's a TIGHT fit!

These wallets, like everything I build, are individuals. I've made them with intention and kindness... no two will EVER be alike. I have distressed it with love -- just like with people, the dings, scratches, nicks, and "imperfections" are part of its identity and personality.
Designed for simplicity and longevity, this limited series of hand-made minimalist wallets is constructed from reclaimed barn wood (oak) and bands cut from bike inner tubes (which you can easily replace with another elastic material if the need ever arises -- personally, a #92 rubber band works pretty well in a pinch).

Random saw marks remain to accent the rustic inspiration for these wallets.

The wood is sealed with a non-toxic, petroleum-free, blend of polymerized linseed oil and natural pine resins.

Measurements:
4 1/8 inches long
2 3/8 inches wide
5/16 inches thick, when empty

This design will accommodate 3-4 cards (ID, credit, etc.) and 3-4 trip-folded bills. What the wallet will hold depends on what you have it holding... more bills = fewer cards, more cards = fewer bills. In my own personal use, I've crammed as many as 8 cards in this design, but it's a TIGHT fit!

These wallets, like everything I build, are individuals. I've made them with intention and kindness... no two will EVER be alike. I have distressed it with love -- just like with people, the dings, scratches, nicks, and "imperfections" are part of its identity and personality.

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I gladly accept returns, exchanges, and cancellations
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