As you can easily see by the above picture, this post is going to be about something epic. And yes, it’s an incredibly epic product – a full grain leather wallet, that’s made in the USA, by none other than American Bench Craft.
American Bench Craft started in 2014 with a strong purpose: Make a better wallet. In addition, they wanted everything to be processed in America – from the materials to the manufacturing. Since their start, they’ve grown rapidly in such a short period of time.
They’ve been featured on numerous sites like The Grommet, Americanologists, Permabuy, Bespokepost and more. And it’s no surprise, because after making an unbelievable wallet that’s gotten tons of media attention, they’ve created other products from belts to bracelets.
When I found out that they were located only 30 minutes north of Boston in Reading, MA, I realized I had to go. To make it even better, they just started promoting their new customizable wallets.
After getting there, I got to see their entire design process and what went into making each and every wallet. It’s a crazy complicated process, and it was insane to see how it’s designed. Here’s a mini video I made of my journey:
After getting the wallet, my mind was blown. Not only is it really sleek and classy, it looks amazing. Even from a distance, the wallet is extremely eye catching, with gold lettering and gold rivets.
Although the wallet is made with the highest quality leather and is a strong, patented design, that isn’t the best part to me. The best part is the marketability: Like any entrepreneur, it’s important to market and brand yourself correctly, and this wallet does just that.
If I’m out at a club, bar, venue, or any random store, it attracts a lot of attention and is a quick conversation starter. A quick glance can easily start a convo, and from there I can talk about music, entrepreneurship, this blog, and more. Not to mention, the wallet looks awesome in general – regardless if someone sees it or not.
Check out their products, you definitely won’t be disappointed: American Bench Craft.