Saddleback Leather Company Wallet Bi-fold Medium Carbon Black Review

January 21, 2010 at 7:52 pm 7 comments

I am always on the look out for a good wallet. Saddleback was nice enough to send me their Wallet Bi-fold Medium Carbon Black for review. I have reviewed quite a few wallets ranging from $10 to $160. And I was pleasantly surprised by Saddleback’s offering when it came in the mail.

Saddleback Leather Company is known for their leather bags, satchels, and other leather products. The Wallet Bi-fold Medium Carbon Black was my first product I reviewed from the company and I was looking forward to reviewing their products. The Bi-fold wallet is no flash but all substance. The quality of leather is the best I’ve seen in any wallet I reviewed. The wallet comes in Carbon Black, Chestnut, Dark Coffee Brown, and Tobacco Brown.

This wallet isn’t for everyone. If you’re looking for a slim, multi colored wallet with a cool design then you’re looking in the wrong place. But this wallet is built to lasts for a very long time. Anyone who bought an expensive leather wallet only to have it look raggedy in a years use would appreciate this rugged wallet. This is not made of some smooth leather, rather full grain leather which is built to last.

The wallet has 6 slots for credit cards, business cards, and ID. It also has 2 interior slots along with a large slot for your cash. I chose Carbon black and the stitching is also in black. The front side is branded with Saddleback Leather on it. The wallet is a bit on the thick side but slides nicely into a back pocket.

Before Saddleback Bi-Fold wallet I thought all wallets were the same quality. But that has change the first time I touched their wallet. It’s better than $100 wallets I reviewed from other companies. And that it only costs $45 for this quality of wallet makes it worth every penny. This would make a perfect gift for any guy who wants a wallet built to last back with a 100 year warranty against defects.

9.8 Out of 10

You can order your own now for $45 HERE



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7 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Cris  |  January 21, 2010 at 11:15 pm

    Nice review! I didn’t know they made wallets.

  • 2. Jay  |  January 21, 2010 at 11:17 pm

    Looks nice but it looks kinda bulky or chunky for me. I think it needs to be slimmer. How well does it fit in a pocket?

  • 3. Brett  |  March 23, 2010 at 10:40 am

    I just received this wallet and I am quite impressed! I also thought most wallets were the same quality……..until I received the Saddleback Leather medium bifold wallet. There is no doubt that this wallet will last a VERY long time. The quality of craftsmanship is top notch! If anyone is looking for a wallet that will not need replacement this is the one!

  • 4. Stephen  |  July 27, 2010 at 5:05 pm

    Hello, I just want to give some feed back. I purchased one of these wallets, the pictures don’t do any justice, the wallet is awesome, I never found anything else that comes close to these wallets. I am very hard on wallets usually going through two or three a year. I don’t think that is going to be the issue with this one. If you are looking for a soft bendable kind of wallet look elsewhere, if your looking for something that is tough and durable this is it. The only problem is deciding what color to purchase !!!!!!!!!!

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