Discommon Thermoformed Leather Card Wallet

Jul 27, 2017

Category: Gear

For Discommon Goods, the process is as compelling as the product. In other words, how something is made almost becomes the point of making the thing in the first place. Take their newest piece, the Thermoformed Leather Card Wallet for instance.

The inspiration for this wallet came after the Neil Ferrier and Jeremy Hadden saw firsthand the capabilities of Thermoforming. This process, shown to them by the Hong Kong design firm, VENN, does away with the need to stitch leather together. While they initially didn’t want to hop on the ‘slim wallet’ trend, Neil and Jeremy couldn’t help but use this unique manufacturing technique to develop a truly one-of-a-kind wallet. Using a black pebbled calf leather and a thick grey tweed as their materials, the two created a sew-free bonded seam wallet that can hold up to 8 cards total.It may look simple, but like any piece of minimalist EDC, it’s anything but.

Purchase: $125

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