These wallets are a mock-croc print on leather by Braun Buffel, a committed producer of quality leather goods. The wallet is made using the “brush off & tone” treatment technique, an innovative technique that gives the leather a different feel from the mock-croc leather produced with any other process. The 6CC & ID 381W Croc may not be the most attention-grabbing moniker, in fact it sounds more like a robots identification tag, but the wallets aesthetics speak for themselves. The colors are stylishly done matte with a slight sheen gloss, elegant but not too showy. This is the type of wallet Crocodile Dundee would have carried around, if anyone in the Outback had cash that is.
This wallet symbolizes how man can kill any other living thing, make using it’s tanned skin for leather products a trend, then use our superior intellect to make the actual animal obsolete. That’s right, the crocodile, in so much in it’s importance to the leather industry, is now obsolete. Crocodiles now need to keep their heads down and let us take their women. I want to go to a crocodile run restaurant and when it’s time to pay, whip out my wallet and hear the silverware drop. This wallet is also practical since it has plenty of room for cash and cards. It comes with six credit card slots, two multi-purpose slots, two billfold compartments, and one window compartment. The wallet is manufactured in Germany and comes with a Braun Buffel card of authenticity. They usually retail for about $140.00.
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