What makes your wallets better than everything else?
A. It all starts with the finest vegetable tanned leather. We use a thicker 3-4 oz. leather for the main body to insure durability, and longevity. We use a thinner 2-3 oz. leather for the inside pockets to make sure the wallet isn't unnecessarily thick. This is in stark contrast with most of the wallets on the market that use cheap, thin leathers, and fold the edge over to make it look thicker than it really is.
We then sand and burnish the edges to give a premium finish. This takes more time to do than simply rolling and sewing the edge but makes for a more luxurious wallet that will last a lot longer.
Your wallet will continue to get better with age as the natural oils in the leather will patina, leaving you with a wallet as unique as you are.
Q. Does Savage Gentleman make the wallets?
A. Yes we do. We have a workshop in Salt Lake City, Utah. Feel free to come and check us out at historic Trolley Square.
Q. How is the personalization done and does it add any time to my order?
A. We use a laser to engrave your wallet, so it will be a permanent addition to an already stellar piece of leather. It’s also extremely fast so it won’t add any more time onto your wallet order.
Q. What happens If I don't like it?
A. We will first give you a hard time, then begrudgingly send you a refund minus shipping costs. Seriously though, you'll love it.
Note, that we are unable to refund personalized wallets unless there is a defect.
Q. What happens if my wallet fails under normal use?
A. We will gladly fix it for free! If we can't fix it, we will gladly replace it with a new one. Our goal is to make our customers happy and we'll bend over backwards to do so. If you encounter a problem, try to act like a Gentleman, and send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. We'll get you squared away.
Q. How do I take care of my wallet?
A. We recommend cleaning your leather periodically with a soft bristle brush or clean cloth. Rehydrate the leather with a leather conditioner of your choice. We use Smith's Leather Balm for our boots, shoes, and leather goods. Once every 3 months should be just fine.