That’s not my wallet!


I am not proud to say it, but I love Patrick from Spongebob Squarepants.  My favorite episode involves Patrick attempting to have his wallet returned to him by the evil Man Ray.  Hilarious, take my word for it.  I thought about that episode when my friend Dan sent me a link to a story about a master wallet maker working in Boston.

Eric Heins produces leather wallets, card cases, belts, luggage tags and bottle openers.  For you guitar players, Eric also produces leather guitar picks.  I think Eric’s bifold wallet is extremely nice,


and I am definitely ordering one of his luggage tags.

corter luggage tag

Eric’s trademark fishhook logo is very cool and all this stuff has a real craftsman feel to it.  You can view all Eric’s products by visiting his website and I hope you decide to buy leather products being made by a member of our extended American family working in Boston, a city on our mind today as a result of the cowardly act perpetrated at the end of the Boston Marathon.  Let us all pray for the innocent people killed and injured last Monday in Boston.


About John Briggs

I live in Seattle and love telling stories about Americans, the places where they work and the things that they make. I have just published a book, Simply American, encouraging Americans to purchase American made products; the book can be ordered at
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1 Response to That’s not my wallet!

  1. Edward says:

    Those look nice. I’m a fan of Mitchell Leather and the money clip I ordered this spring.

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