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Chester Mox wallets made in USA

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by JhwkMac, Jun 22, 2011.

  1. JhwkMac

    JhwkMac Well-Known Member

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    Chester Mox has been getting some attention in the tumblr/blogger world. You can see more information about them here (1) and (2) Formerly called Voodoo studios they have rebranded under the name Chester Mox (http://www.chestermox.com/). They make and sell wallets made out of Horween leather, chromexel and horween are available. I just received my wallet today and am very happy with the finished product. I got the flap wallet in Horween Shell Cordovan #4 which is a lighter variety, close to natural. I got it threaded with exposed stitching in natural linen thread and the back is personalized with 'Handmade in the USA for Your Name'. It fits 10+ cards, probably more once it breaks in. It cost me $160 and was sent in a nice heavy duty canvas dustbag. I believe the chromexcel ones start at $35 bucks which is very reasonable. Would love to hear/see any wallets someone else purchased from this company. Here are my pictures: [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
  2. musicguy

    musicguy Well-Known Member

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    Looks like it's made really well, but it's a bit garish for my liking. Perhaps it'd appeal to the SW&D crowd more.
     
  3. JhwkMac

    JhwkMac Well-Known Member

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    Personal opinion, i guess. I don't find it garish at all. I find the design very minimal just with threading and the black painted sides, there's even an option for no logo which i chose.
     
  4. entrero

    entrero Well-Known Member

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    What's their beef with Makr
     

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