SKU: No.04231-CL-32

lecter Middle Wallet No.04231-CL

Sales Price¥63,800

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The main body material is in the Italy central part, and it is made in 1946 in Santa classe, and it is made up of the knuckle corneria Victoria (Queen Victoria) in 1946. Concheria Victoria started as a tannin tanning tannin at the beginning. Later, in the late 1960s, it was the innovation of the new tanning, and started making chrome tanned leather. Today, it has become the present tanning that I have not been able to imitate the new thing and the idea while continuing the old method of tanning, and to continue the improvement. It produces leather mainly from Italy, France and other selected hats. We are also aware of the sustainability from early time, and we have received certification from ICEC, an agency certifying Italy's Thanksgiving. This product is suitable for the aniline finish, and it is made from the wax of the NIA that is most suitable for the finish, wax, aniline finish, and it is finished to the expression like the coat. This car calf is fine from the coat, and it is not elegant, and it is possible to enjoy it. The fastener uses an excellent material made by YKK Co., Ltd. Concieria Victoria is a small calf for adults who enjoy the good quality of material.
Size W95 H130 D20mm



Please note that due to the characteristics of the leather material, slight color blurring and discoloration cannot be avoided. Also, if it gets wet with rain or water, it may cause stains or discoloration. If it gets wet, remove the moisture immediately. Please note that leaving it in a hot and humid place may cause discoloration or deterioration. In addition, it tends to become glossy due to friction, etc., and there may be individual scratches.


The main compartment has a card slot, bill compartment, and coin purse.

Knock's coins.

A large one side opens, and the card is put into a card with a convenient place to go out.

Fassner uses YKK's EXCELLA, which has been thoroughly polished for every element of the element.

Embossed name common to the series.