Leather Wallets

Men's Leather Wallet Back Slip Pocket Coin Section


2401-BK (JEFF)

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Type: Wallets

DiLoro Men's Leather Wallet with Coin Compartment and Back Slip Pocket in Black

          • Handmade, classic, black, genuine full grain DiLoro Napa leather wallet with a generous size coin compartment, a convenient back slip stash pocket and strong RFID blocking technology to protect your personal information such as your driver's license and RFID enabled credit cards.

            Ships in our elegant DiLoro Gift Box ideal for Groomsmen, Birthdays, Anniversaries, Father's Day, Graduation, Christmas Gifts and other Special Occasions.

          • LAYOUT:
            - Generous coin compartment with snap closure
            - 4 inside slip pockets, two on each side
            - 7 credit card slots
            - Back slip pocket
            - Double, full-size bill section to keep your currencies organized
            - Convenient slim design, fits most front pockets

            SKU Item #: 2401-BK

            MATERIAL: Full grain, top quality genuine leather

            DIMENSIONS: 4 3/4" x 3 7/8" x 3/4" / 120mm x 100mm x 15mm

          • Top Quality - 30 Day Money Back - 2 Year Warranty*

            DiLoro leather wallets are designed and tested for quality in Switzerland DiLoro Leather - Swiss Design

            *Register your DiLoro product to receive the 2nd year of warranty for Free

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          • Why should you use an RFID blocking wallet?
            • Your personal information on cards with RFID chips are vulnerable to theft by pickpockets using RFID scanners unless you have the special linings provided by all DiLoro RFID blocking leather wallets.

            What is RFID?

            • RFID stands for Radio-Frequency Identification. The chip-based technology is used by many industries in many roles and is often used in credit cards or passports to store personal information, which can be transmitted to an RFID scanner.

            What is RFID Theft?

            • RFID theft (often referred to as skimming) is when someone uses a scanner to read and duplicate the personal information from your RFID enabled gear without your knowledge.