I’ve admired the Wild Child Wallet for some time now. This is a collaboration between Kiya Babzani of Self-Edge and Samuele de Goede and executed by the sterling leather craftsmen of The Flat Head.
When Kiya offered this item to Rivet & Hide I didn’t need to give the idea any consideration. This is one special wallet.
The Wild Child wallets are mainly made of harness leather cowhide, but the darker, centre part on the spine is cordovan, so you can get a nice idea of the contrast between how the two leather types feel and age. It has a silver ring in the middle and card slots inside. It looks thick when new but flattens out nicely with time. It’s a simple, classic-styled wallet that will last for many years of constant use.
Despite its classic style is has a huge amount of storage, like a biker wallet does, with lots of space for cards and bills. The cordovan part is made from Shinki leather. It has a smooth, glossy feel and requires very little maintenance.
-Black Cowhide Body
-Black Cordovan Outer Protector
-Red Pigskin Lined
-Sterling Silver Chain Ring
-6 Card Slots
-2 Inner Hidden Slots
-5" x 4"
.5" thick (empty)
-Crafted in Nagano, Japan, by Flat Head for Wild Child
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Stage 1: Chest
- Measure from pit to pit and double the reading.
Stage 2: Shoulder
>Measure across the top from one shoulder seam to the other.
Stage 3: Waist
We measure the narrowest part of the garment outer seam to outer seam between the pit and the opening. If, however, the shirt has gussets, the waist will correspond to the the opening measurement.
Stage 4: Opening
Here we take a cross measurement from seam to seam at the bottom of the shirt.
Stage 5: Length
Measure from the top of the shoulder by the collar to the bottom of the garment.
Stage 6: Sleeve
Measure from the top of shoulder seam to the cuff’s edge.