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daisybeetle 12,327 69,009 May 15, 2016 at 10:07 PM in Men's Accessories (6) More Dicks Sporting Goods Deals
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Promoted 05-16-2016 by Discombobulated at 01:45 AM View Original Post
Dick's Sporting Goods.com has Nike Golf Leather Passcase Wallet on sale for $9.99. Shipping is free. Thanks daisybeetle

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This tri-fold wallet features nappa leather construction with a Nike Swoosh enamel ornament on the outside, interior design with the Nike golf logo, six credit card slots, bill compartment and clear ID window. -Corwin

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Nike Golf Leather Passcase Wallet [dickssportinggoods.com] $10 + Free Shipping
  • Sleek leather wallet made of smooth nappa
  • Design features Nike(R) Swoosh ornament on outside
  • Interior design includes the stylish Nike(R) Golf logo
  • Tri-fold wallet offers ample space to store cards, money and miscellaneous items
  • Includes bill compartment to store money easily
  • Provides space for cards with six credit card slots
  • Features a clear ID window for easy access
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#3
Looks like a good deal. Bought one to give as a gift. Thanks, OP!
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#4
What is a nappa? google search gives me cartoon character
anyways reviews seem positive and I actually need a new wallet
Thanks!
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What is a nappa? google search gives me cartoon character
anyways reviews seem positive and I actually need a new wallet
Thanks!
It's a not 'a nappa", just nappa leather. Google it. Nappa leather is the general term for particularly soft, chrome tanned smooth leather of all animal skin types and fields of use. A distinction is made between natural, slightly pigmented, pigmented and sanded leather.Natural nappa leather is also known as aniline leather. It is open-pored and imbued with aniline colourants.
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#6
$10 is a good price but don't think I will go with this wallet. Just FYI, I have been looking for one and there are some very good looking, well rated, and seemingly sturdy wallets on Amazon for $20.
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#7
This is faux (fake) leather
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#8
Got 2. Thanks OP!
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#9
anyone else loving that basics wallets from that FP deal awhile back? this looks solid too for those interested <3 TU
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#10
Reviews are not bad, I will try one. Smilie
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#11
In for 2! Thanks OP!
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Quote from andy7088 View Post :
This is faux (fake) leather
Bollox...how do you arrive at that conclusion? Where does it say anywhere it is faux leather. Yes, I see it is made in China, but they have cows there too
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Bollox...how do you arrive at that conclusion? Where does it say anywhere it is faux leather. Yes, I see it is made in China, but they have cows there too
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Napa_leather

Contrast with "nappa" which is a term that is often used for synthetic/faux/fake leather that feels smooth and supple.[citation needed]
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https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Napa_leather

Contrast with "nappa" which is a term that is often used for synthetic/faux/fake leather that feels smooth and supple.[citation needed]
Well... not sure which belongs to this one, but i might just give it a shot. needed a wallet anyway

http://www.autoguide.com/auto-new...ather.html

According to Ashley, "Nappa is typically a full-grain leather," which means the surface has not been removed or altered. Accordingly it "retains a lot of the original textures and markings of the hide." She also said this kind of leather has a finisher applied to it for durability as well as more pigmentation than the aniline products. Despite these enhancements it still retains a natural look since "it's the original grain surface of the skin that's not been altered beyond the hair being removed."

http://www.thecasefactory.com/i/our-leather.html

Nappa leather is a kind of full-grain leather first made by Emanuel Manasse in 1875 whilst working for a tanning company in Napa, California. That is how the leather got its name. Nappa leather is a full-grain un-split leather made from kid, lamb or sheep skin. Nappa leather is typically dyed so as to obtain various colors.

o The leather is very soft and pliable. It is not hard like other types of leather and does not crease.
o The leather is tough and durable in spite of being soft. It is not easily spoiled.
o The leather has an intact top-grain. Hence, it is more "breathable" and does not retain moisture.
o The leather often develops a patina over the years that adds to its beauty.
Nappa leather has been commonly used to make what are referred to as specialty goods - bags, wallets, footwear and goods of personal use. It is also used for car furnishings and can be found in cars like Ferrari, Porsche or a BMW. Goods made of Nappa leather look really beautiful, preserving the original texture and marks or blemishes of the animal skin.
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what makes it a golf wallet?
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