Jacuruxy Horse Nume Leather (Pit Tanning: Shinki Leather) riri fastener (nickel color) Original silver ring machine sewing Polyester sewing thread Bill compartment: 1 Card storage: 14 Pocket storage: 2 Coin storage: 1 (with gusset)
-Uma Nume BLACK VINTAGE- Requested by Shinki Hakkin, whose philosophy is to manage the entire process from tanning, dyeing, and finishing in-house. World-renowned 100%vegetable tannin pit tanning centered on history, love and pride in horse leather. Inheriting horse slime from pit tanning, which takes the most time even in modern times where efficiency is prioritized Please enjoy the firmness and flexibility of the pit tanned horse skin, theedge surface that shines with bare polishing, and the luster that deepens as you use it.
A feat of dyeing technology The base color is daringly dyed black to create an uneven feeling without soaking the dye into the core of the horse tanned, and the complex dyeing of this black vintage color is dyed with a transparent brown color on top of that. produce
finishing virtuosity After the glazing gives it a thick luster, the kneading process brings out the wrinkles and whitening. Become
Uma Nume Black Vintage, which was generously invested in the wonderful background of Uma Nume and the technology of Shinki Hakkin, which has been in dialogue with horse leather for a long time. We manufacture each one according to our manufacturing standards.
-DETAIL WORKS- T-bar & Silver ring Long wallet decorated like Maniho for the first time in a long time T-ber Originally devised for attaching a wallet rope, this became an eye-catcher for Maniho and helped many people to know about Manifold. For the Silver Ring, we use an original silver ring with the nostalgic name "Maniho Concho".
riri fastener Fastener manufacturer founded in 1936 in Mendrisio (Ticino), Switzerland Distinctive slider design unique feeling of opening riri zipper with a history of over 80 years Please thoroughly enjoy "only in riri" by all means
-JACURUXY- The elliptical dorsal scales that line up from the head to the back of the lizard resemble the back of a crocodile. The abdomen has the same scale pattern as a lizard. In addition, although it inhabits Brazil and Guyana in South America, it is a difficult-to-find leather today. Jakrushi leather that is large enough to make a long wallet is even more rare.