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Billykirk No. 155 Card Case with Flap

$125.00
SKU11458

Hand sewn by Amish craftsmen, the 155 Card Case is a timeless design made with old-world techniques. Lightweight and highly versatile, it's the perfect card case for anyone looking to ditch the wallet.

Made with American full grain leather and waxed cord, it's a card case that's built to last a lifetime.

Product Details
  • U.S. sourced leather
  • Wax cording
  • 3" wide, 4" high
  • Interior pocket and one outside slot pocket.
  • Back slot pocket is convenient for travel cards.
  • Easily holds 8-10 credit cards and some cash
  • Hand-burnished and edged.
  • Top quality waxed cording and loop closure design
  • Made in Pennsylvania U.S.A.
About the Brand
Founded in 1999 by brothers Chris and Kirk Bray, Billykirk is as much a concept as it is a brand. Around that time, the relatively new concept of fast-fashion was rapidly gaining steam. Billykirk was founded to counteract this trend, raising a fist toward inferior quality and mass production.

Founded in 1999 by brothers Chris and Kirk Bray, Billykirk is as much a concept as it is a brand. Around that time, the relatively new concept of fast-fashion was rapidly gaining steam. Billykirk was founded to counteract this trend, raising a fist toward inferior quality and mass production.

Always made in the USA with the finest materials, uncompromising attention to quality, and a thoughtful eye for design, Billykirk is unapologetically unique.

At Billykirk, the job isn't done when an item is simply purchased. It isn't done when a year, or two, or three pass by. These unique leather goods become a part of their owner, evolving and molding with each passing day. Every time a belt is taken on or taken off, each opening of a wallet, these small habits slowly build up character in the piece.
Here the job is never done. They strive to craft each piece with care and quality that speaks for itself. With each passing year of use, this voice should only grow louder and louder.

The proof is in the patina.