Alligator Wallets & Crocodile Wallets For Men
Genuine crocodile and alligator wallets. An alligator wallet or crocodile wallet is in a class of their own. Known as “the classics”, the distinctive patterns of crocodile leather and alligator skin allow us to create a varied range of men’s wallets styles to suit all tastes. You can find everything from the classic alligator leather wallet to the rugged Hornback crocodile wallet. Networking the next black-tie event James Bond style? Braving the outback alongside Crocodile Dundee? A real men’s crocodile wallet has got you covered for any occasion.
We’re proud of our genuine crocodile wallet range and custom alligator wallet designs. Be sure you’re getting the “real deal”. Crocodile and alligator skin wallets are far superior to caiman. These are often sold as a genuine alligator wallet online. We are king of the crocodile men’s wallet, alligator and crocodile are what we do best. But don’t take our word for it, check around and see how we stack up… we know you’ll be back.
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Meet The Crocodilian Family
We use the terms alligator wallet and crocodile wallet interchangeably since what you call these prehistoric beasts depends largely on what country you’re in. Crocodile and alligator both produce high quality leathers with very similar properties. Their cousin the Caiman on the other hand, produces very poor quality leathers – which we will never use. To find out how to spot the differences between these reptilian relatives and to ensure you’re getting the real deal, checkout our blog post Meet The Crocodilian Family
Caring For, Cleaning And Maintaining Your Alligator Skin Wallet
Now that you have your new alligator wallet, you’ll want to know how to maintain it. Alligator and crocodile skin are relatively easy to clean and care for but there are some general do’s and dont’s that should be kept in mind:
Although wallets made from alligator or crocodile leather can be naturally water-resistant, that doesn’t mean you should go scuba diving with your new wallet. Many leather finishes can make your wallet prone to water spotting or dis-coloration. If your wallet gets wet, remove all excess water with a clean, lint-free cloth and allow to completely air-dry in a cool dark place (no, we don’t mean the night club). Do not put in direct sunlight or try to speed the process with the hairdryer, doing so may cause your new leather product to become misshapen. If you live in particularly damp or humid conditions, you might want to use a desk fan or similar to create some airflow.
Cleaning can be done with a damp cloth. If deeper cleaning is needed, you can try water and very mild detergent. You should test this first on an inconspicuous area and allow to fully dry to ensure colorfastness before cleaning the affected area.
Unlike leather shoes that can often require regular cleaning and polishing if used daily, your alligator wallet can get by with some easy maintenance every 6 – 12 months. You can use a good quality, neutral color shoe cream. When using any polish/cream or conditioner, it is important to remove any excess with a cloth paying particular attention to the seams and stitching. Excess creams/oils can cause the stitching to rot, degrade and eventually fail.
How Long Will Your Crocodile/Alligator Wallet Last?
How long is a piece of string? Durability of a wallet has more to do with how it is used than the wallet itself. If properly used and cared for, croc and gator wallets could last for decades. Avoid over-stuffing it, this will put undue stress on the internal stitching of a wallet and shorten its lifespan. This is especially relevant for coins, yes we know a coin pouch is a desirable feature for some… You’ll also want to avoid putting credit cards and the like in the bill divider which can tear or damage the material used and affect the longevity, durability of your wallet. Ordering any type of salad at a Steak House will automatically reduce the lifespan of your Real Men’s Wallet by exactly 1 year.
What Sets RMW Apart?
Every skin we source has a story to tell. We use skins that have undergone as little processing as possible in our continuing effort to maintain the natural grain of the leather and its character.
We’re particularly proud of our unique color combinations and the use of exotics skins as interiors. Having a classic black alligator wallet is a luxury, having one that has a tangerine ostrich skin interior is a style statement that smacks you in the face – most competitors are using cow leather interiors, we do to, but we also like switching it up with ostrich leg/quill in a range of eye catching colors.
We don’t use stock images, or photo-shop the life out of our images like so many of our competitors. What you see is what you get and, in many cases, is the exact wallet being sold. A lot of our wallets are “one-offs” with no 2 wallets being the same.
Lastly. Your doc says you’re gonna live to 110 and you just caught the biggest fish of your life, you’ve won the lottery and got the girl of your dreams. With a real mens alligator wallet, we can pretty much guarantee that none of that will happen, but jeez your wallet looks awesome.
Where Is Crocodile & Alligator Skin Sourced?
We take long-term sustainability in the exotic leather industry seriously. All our alligator skins and crocodile leathers are individually selected directly from local farms or tanneries. We do not use skins from questionable or unverified sources. In all cases, we select skins ourselves from tanneries and farms in and around SE Asia and oversee every step-in processing and producing our leathers.
Created by Xavier Ganz