W.H. Earl Eskridge Bifold Card Case

If you read our guide to pocket knives the other day, you may have noticed a wallet hanging around in a few of the photos. That wallet is the Eskridge Bifold Card Case by W.H. Earl Dry Goods, a one-man leather shop based in Portland, Oregon.

Its a simple wallet, really — three pockets; four card slots; an exterior made in your choice of whatever leather he has in stock, which is hand-sewn all around; and an interior made from vegetable-tanned leather. You get to choose which emblem is stamped onto the front (sunburst logo or crossed cannons) and the thread color. Each card slot can hold one or two cards at first, but will accomodate more as the wallet breaks in.

Get it for $70.