Top 10 Types of Wallets

There are many types of wallet. When people want to shop for a leather wallet they tend to look for comfort and functionality. Wallets should make it easy for us to find our money, credit cards, business cards, Bills, Documents etc. Generally the main factor in determining which wallet to get is the organization, practicality and ease of accessibility. Although wallets are in our pockets for most of the time, they can still be stylish. The below are the top styles of wallets that people carry.

Bifold Wallet


Bifold wallets are universal wallets that most people are used. That wallet fold in half, have several card slots, and mostly include a bills and coins section.

Trifold Wallet


Trifold wallets have three sections with two folds. Trifold wallets are more thicker than bifold wallets because of folded twice, but actually it’s depends on the design. There are possible Trifold wallet take less space in a pocket than Bifold.

Money Clip Wallet


A Money Clip Wallet is a device typically used to store cash and credit cards in a very compact fashion for those who do not wish to carry a wallet. Money Clip makes it easy to insert and remove cash. You can also use the card slots to store cards or receipts. The money clip is an excellent alternative to most standard bifold wallets. Buy it Now

Hipster Wallet


Hipster wallets made by quality leather with features to fit your lifestyle. this wallet have all pockets to carry all your essentials like credit cards, business cards, cash, and receipts.

Zipper Wallet


Zipper Wallet have more space to store necessary stuff and Main benifit of this wallet is you keep all of your money, credit cards, ID, etc. from falling out of wallet because this wallet have zipper.

Hybrid Slim Wallet


This wallet made from high quality leather and special nylon microfibers which is used to make that wallet very slim. In this wallet you store your card, money, bills, document etc. Buy it Now

Magical Wallet


Mostly Magical wallet have card slot bill slot and money pocket. In this wallet money hold by elastic straps and money “magically” moving from one part of wallet to another when you close the wallet and reopen from other side. Buy it Now

Chain Wallet


Chain wallet also known as Biker Wallet. The main feature of this wallet is a massive chain. This chain attached to a belt loop and the other side of the chain clip on to a wallet, which is equipped with a special grommet. This simple system help to secure your wallet and prevent it from falling out of pocket.

Credit Card Holder


People who generally used many cards and does not want to take cash money they preferd to buy Credit Card Holder. In this type of wallet many slot to store card. there are no other space to store doccument, bills, etc. so Credit Card Holder seems like very slim or compact.

Shoe Wallet


Shoe wallets, also known as shoe pockets, shoe pouches, shoe pals, runners’ wallets, go wallets, etc. This wallet seems like a small pouches that attach to shoes via plastic clips, Velcro, or laces directly to or through the shoelaces. This wallet designed primarily for Walkers, runners and people exercising. Walkers and runners also use shoe wallets to carry ID when on the go.

 

What is Tan Process and How to make Tanning Process Leather?

Here We Understand What is Tan Process, Why Should Leather Need It And How To Make Tanning Process Leather.

Tan Process

Tanning is the process of treating skins of animals to produce leather. Tanning Leather involves a process which permanently alters the protein structure of skin, making it more durable and fewer vulnerable to decomposition, and also possibly coloring it.

How to Make Tanning Process Leather

Leather making is a very complicated process. When you want to understand the Tanning Process of Leather preparation first you need to understand the layer separation of leather. Leather is split across its thickness to produce a top layer (hair side) and the under layer.

The top layer is called full grain and describes the side exposed to the elements giving it the durability and malleability it needs to be considered fine leather.
The underside is much stiffer and less durable than the top layer. This is practical for use after a coating or treatment is applied.

The process of tanning involves five different stages: Pre-Tanning, Tanning, Selecting, Dressing and Finishing. Each one of these Steps have complicated processes and requires many steps.

PRE-TANNING

Soaking: When the leather arrives at the tannery it may be soaked to extrude salts used in preserving leather. This is done in revolving drums which can hold up to 200 hides.

Liming : Hair and epidermis are removed and a solution of lime (calcium hydroxide) and sodium sulfide is applied to soften and enhance the hide for softness and flexibility needed for upholstery leather.

Splitting: The hide is split into layers. The top, or grain, layer will produce a fine, smooth grain leather. The bottom is used for suede or split leather for other uses.

TANNING

This is the process which converts pre-tanned hide into leather. 80-90% of real leathers in the world are tanned by chrome (also known as mineral) tanning. Chrome tanning uses a solution of chemicals, acids and salts (including chromium sulphate) to dye the hide. Vegetable tanning uses natural ingredients such as the bark of chestnut trees to tan the leather.

These is different types of Tanning

  • Chromium Tanning (Mineral tanning)
  • Pure Vegetable Tanning
  • Synthetic Tanning
  • Oil Tanning
  • Combination Tanning

SELECTING

After tanning, excess water is removed from the hide. Hides are then graded according to the quantity and locations of natural features and flaws. Aniline and Nubuck leathers demand the best quality hides. Heavily coated or embossed leather can utilize a lesser quality of hides.

DRESSING

Shaving – Hides are given a uniform thickness.
Dyeing – Dyes are added to color leather.
Re-tanning – Additional tanning substances are sometimes added to modify the physical characteristics of the leather to suit its final use.
Setting – A process which mechanically removes creases and excess water.
Drying – The hides are stretched dried on large frames or vacuum dried.
Trimming– The rough and ragged edges are removed.

FINISHING

To minimize the appearance of grain blemishes without losing the natural beauty of the leather product.
To give the required degree of gloss.
To ensure the leather is soft, malleable and moldable.
To give a more protective surface.
To provide a surface that can be easily cleaned.
To give special effect such as an antique look.

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