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Bati | Tan Leather Credit Card Wallet | Handmade Leather Goods from Paraguay and Argentina | Tan Wallet, Tan Leather Wallet
bati | tan leather credit card wallet | quality handmade leather goods from paraguay and argentina | leather wallets, credit card case, credit card wallet, bifold wallet, leather bifold
bati | tan leather credit card wallet | quality handmade leather goods from paraguay and argentina | leather wallets, credit card case, credit card wallet, bifold wallet, leather bifold

Soleado | Tan Card Wallet

Regular price $30.00 Sale price $20.00
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PRODUCT DETAILS

  • 100% Full-Grain Vegetable Tanned leather sourced from Paraguay
  • Leather darkens and softens with use, exposure to sun, and conditioning
  • Center cash slip
  • Four card slots
  • Leather expands to fit fit 5-6 cards in each slot
  • Intense leather aroma
  • Front pocket fit
  • Perfect for ladies who don't wan't to go out with a full purse
  • 4" (L) 2.75" (H) x .4" (W)

BATI BIT

  Bati card wallets are our best-selling items! The bite size card wallet packs a punch. It's the go-to for those on the go. Fold your cash to insert in the middle slip and place your cards in the four slots. Keep it simple when you're going out on the town - Soleado can fit all your essentials. 

INSPIRATION

  Bati wallets are inspired by Team Tobati founder, Juan Carlos. They embody the memory of a man who dedicated his life to creating bridges for those who needed them most.  
  Taylor (Co-Founder): "I never had the chance to meet Juan Carlos Garcia, who passed right before I started teaching at the Macchi School. Darren, a buddy of mine who spent nine years at the school, would tell me some of his best memories came from playing chess with Mr. Garcia." 
  "He was near impossible to beat," Darren admits. "It was like he knew how he was going to win the game before he moved his first pond," he remembers. 
  The Jesuit phrase, "A Man for Others," comes to mind when I think of Juan Carlos and everything he accomplished in his life. He had a vision to help those from his country who were capable but handcuffed to poverty because of the country's political instability and lack of infrastructure. He believed in people, most times more than they believed in themselves. His philanthropic efforts include the establishment if the Macchi School, a 7-12 school for gifted students in Paraguay. Five students have graduated from American universities, while the rest have received degrees from universities in Paraguay, Argentina, and Brazil.