Few items in our collection rival the popularity of our No. 92 Card Case. The concept for the design emerged more than two decades ago in 2002. I envisioned a hand-stitched, front-pocket wallet made from a single piece of leather. But I lacked the know-how.
I began folding, cutting, and taping paper, not considering how it would be stitched, a process that took even more time to sort out. With some fiddling, a touch of origami, and a stroke of luck, I transformed a flat piece of leather into a folded and stitched card case with two distinct slots and a closing flap. This was a genuine "aha" moment for me.
It’s been in our collection ever since, and it’s not going anywhere.
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Taking you back to the beginning...
Early rough sketches and patterns of what would become the No. 92 (and the discontinued No. 67)
Two original samples of the design-in-progress
Line sheet from 2004 showing early examples of both the No. 92 and No. 67
Collaboration with Vans Vault, circa 2005
Crafted with pride, carried with purpose
Bags and accessories proudly made in the USA since 1999