Leather is one of the oldest recorded materials used by man. The sight of a fine leather brings about nostalgia of the weathered trifold your war-hardened Grandfather carried at his side day after day. However, long before the modern wallet even existed, leather was used extensively by the bravest of men through the harshest conditions.
As the ruthless Greek warriors prepared to set out for a grueling march across the continent, they would suit up from head to toe with leather armor, capes, shields and footwear. This strong and resilient leather endured the harsh toils of war and, in the end, rendered the army victorious.
When the Roman legions marched home with heads held high, their battle-scarred armor was put to rest with pride. As they suited up in fresh leather, they did so as new men in a new world, eager to find themselves a stiff drink and soft woman.
Today, you might not be carrying your leather into the heat of battle, but you can be sure that your Baurdi wallet will always stay loyally at your side, no matter what your adventure may be.