NEIDY COGNAC WALLET

Balsa Leather

The handmade Neidy wallet has the particularity of being able to be worn on the wrist thanks to its detachable handle, and thus allow you to leave your handbag at home.

The zipped opening hides various storage spaces:

  • a double space for your tickets,
  • a wallet part,
  • four slots for cards under which there is another space.

 

100% full grain cowhide To know more
Dimensions: 11,5 11,5 cm x
This product is shipped by our partner brand.

The price of the delivery is unique, whatever the number of partners concerned: 6 € in France, Belgium and Luxembourg; 10 € for the rest of Europe.

Enjoy free delivery from 120 € of purchase in France, Belgium and Luxembourg. Returns are free within 14 days. To know more
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ABOUT THE DESIGNER

Balsa's story begins in 1984 when its founder, Edwin Agudelo, founded a leather workshop in Bogota, Colombia. 30 years later, his son took over the business and launched an artisanal brand of quality leather goods. The desire is to offer functional and ethical items, from wallets to travel bags. More than fashion, the founders want to offer sustainable pieces designed and made with respect for the environment and the know-how of craftsmen. Following a responsible approach, Balsa produces in small quantities and works only with leather suppliers who comply with the strictest standards in terms of animal treatment, and who are governed by environmental regulations in terms of wastewater treatment. Balsa only uses vegetable-tanned leather guaranteed without chromium, allowing the preservation of biological ecosystems.

Composition

100% Chrome-free tanned leather

Leather tanning is the process of transforming animal hides into leather by a treatment that will change its flexibility and strength. This process often requires the use of large quantities of chemicals that are very polluting and dangerous to health. Chrome-free tanning, unlike conventional industrial tanning, is more environmentally friendly since it does not use chemical elements.
Production

MANUFACTURERS

Balsa workshop
Bogota, Colombia

All Balsa brand products are made in the brand's workshop, located in Bogota, Colombia. Founded in 1984 by Edwin Agudelo, the workshop is quickly talked about thanks to the quality of the products that come out. He quickly became a pioneer in the artisanal manufacture of leather goods accessories in Colombia, and positioned himself as a reference with major brands on the American continent. Today, taken over since 2015 by Edwin's son and daughter-in-law, the workshop employs around 70 people. . When hiring and training new people, and aware of the difficulties faced by single mothers, they chose to promote the employment of women. This is why the workshop is made up of 65% women, XNUMX% of whom are single mothers. Employees work in favorable working conditions and benefit from fair remuneration, social protection, half-yearly bonuses and the possibility of working from home with the production tools provided to them. The company has real environmental commitments by promoting the treatment and collection of waste, and social by respecting the fundamentals of the International Labor Organization (ILO).

Commitments
  • ico-eco-responsible
    Balsa Leather is committed to offering sustainable quality items, and is part of a responsible fashion approach through several environmental commitments. Balsa Leather is part of a "zero-waste" approach and swears by chrome-free tanning, a process that is more respectful of the environment and which makes it possible to limit the use of chemicals and thus preserve biological ecosystems.
  • ico-recycle
    For leathers, Balsa Leather uses skins from the food industry, which respects the strictest standards in terms of animal treatment. These skins, considered as waste, are then revalued instead of being thrown away. The brand is also committed to limiting waste and uses scraps of leather to make their labels, packaging, straps etc.
  • Artisanal production
    Balsa brand products are timeless models, meant to be kept for a lifetime. To avoid waste, the productions are made in small series throughout the year in artisan workshops.

100% Chrome-free tanned leather

Leather tanning is the process of transforming animal hides into leather by a treatment that will change its flexibility and strength. This process often requires the use of large quantities of chemicals that are very polluting and dangerous to health. Chrome-free tanning, unlike conventional industrial tanning, is more environmentally friendly since it does not use chemical elements.

MANUFACTURERS

Balsa workshop
Bogota, Colombia

All Balsa brand products are made in the brand's workshop, located in Bogota, Colombia. Founded in 1984 by Edwin Agudelo, the workshop is quickly talked about thanks to the quality of the products that come out. He quickly became a pioneer in the artisanal manufacture of leather goods accessories in Colombia, and positioned himself as a reference with major brands on the American continent. Today, taken over since 2015 by Edwin's son and daughter-in-law, the workshop employs around 70 people. . When hiring and training new people, and aware of the difficulties faced by single mothers, they chose to promote the employment of women. This is why the workshop is made up of 65% women, XNUMX% of whom are single mothers. Employees work in favorable working conditions and benefit from fair remuneration, social protection, half-yearly bonuses and the possibility of working from home with the production tools provided to them. The company has real environmental commitments by promoting the treatment and collection of waste, and social by respecting the fundamentals of the International Labor Organization (ILO).

  • ico-eco-responsible
    Balsa Leather is committed to offering sustainable quality items, and is part of a responsible fashion approach through several environmental commitments. Balsa Leather is part of a "zero-waste" approach and swears by chrome-free tanning, a process that is more respectful of the environment and which makes it possible to limit the use of chemicals and thus preserve biological ecosystems.
  • ico-recycle
    For leathers, Balsa Leather uses skins from the food industry, which respects the strictest standards in terms of animal treatment. These skins, considered as waste, are then revalued instead of being thrown away. The brand is also committed to limiting waste and uses scraps of leather to make their labels, packaging, straps etc.
  • Artisanal production
    Balsa brand products are timeless models, meant to be kept for a lifetime. To avoid waste, the productions are made in small series throughout the year in artisan workshops.