Premium gunleather accessories are where high-function meets high-fashion for firearm aficionados. A purveyor of top-quality holsters, Wright Leather Works also caters to lifestyle enthusiasts with its Horween Chromexcel Wallet. The leather comes from Horween’s world-famous tannery in Chicago, and Wright fashions it into a stylish, low-profile, six-slot, folding card wallet. Limited runs will feature Navy blue, Whiskey brown and Color No. 8 burgundy finishes. Price: $118. Contact: Wright Leather Works; (419) 307-6191; wrightleatherworks.com.
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