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Poquito Wood Wallet

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Slim wallets are nothing new. Wood wallets aren’t new either. “Band” wallets designed to hold cash aren’t new either. And yet, when you combine all those featured like Madera did with the Poquito Wood Wallet it seems brand new. To be fair, Madera did engineer a little compartment to use for coins, and that’s new to us. It’s also going to be a lot more useful to people that don’t live in the US, but it could still come in handy if you’re collecting quarters for laundry. But we digress. Poquito is Madera’s answer to all the other slim wallets that came before. One piece of Black Walnut, White Oak or Black Cherry wood is precision machined into a 3.65″ x 2.4″ x 0.35″ container and fitted with a custom elastomer strap that makes it capable of holdin up to six cards, cash and coins simultaneously.

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