Archival Release: AC Flap Wallet

We partnered with Hollows Leather (in Minneapolis, MN) to produce this custom wallet for Archival Clothing.

With a signature Archival flap, our wallet is designed for those who prefer the simplicity of a single main compartment. Generously sized, the wallet fits most currencies, passports and a sizeable pile of receipts. There is also an outer card holder, beneath the flap, for quick access to your most frequently used cards. I like it for grabbing my license during airport security checks. Double stitching in red thread reinforces stress points where the stitching typically gives out.

The Flap Wallet is designed to work with the pocketing dimensions of Archival Clothing bags.

Build notes — the wallet is made from our favorite archival materials: Horween Chromexcel leather, solid brass hardware and red waxed thread sourced from Japan.

Available now in the Archival Store. For more about how the wallets are made, see an upcoming guest post by Nicholas Hollows.

Dimensions: 4.5″ x 5.75″

6 thoughts on “Archival Release: AC Flap Wallet”

  1. You would be hard pressed if you were to find someone with the same clean, functional design, and same amazing hand stitching, as Hollows does. Hollows is a true craftsman and now that I think about it, it makes totally sense that you have decided to collaborate.

    Vey nice wallet!

  2. Handsome looking wallet. Good thing I am in the market for a new one. Question- would this hold coins? If it got turned upside down do you think they would stay in? If only coins no longer existed…

  3. Hi Fern,

    Yes, coins stay in there well. However, you have to dump them out to sort through them, like most wallets… we recommend throwing a Quikoin coin purse in your bag or pocket! Cheap and effective.


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