The Field Rep Wallet
With a slot to hold the included Fisher Space Pen (black, brass, or silver pen), this single piece of Horween horsefront leather is laser cut in our studio, folded, and hand stitched to cover the included Field Notes (or similar size) notebook, a pouch for 6-8 credit cards, and a dedicated business card slot sized to hold 10+ standard size business cards (or use the smaller lower slot for one or two ‘special’ credit cards). Cash slot behind cards, receipt pouch behind notebook. Fits comfortably in jean pockets.
Similar in size to our original Field Notes Wallet, this is a simpler construction foregoing the individual stacked card slots for a card pouch and adding the dedicated business card holder slot.
Dimensions: 109mm x 145mm (approximately 4-1/4″ x 5-5/8″)
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The Field Rep Wallet
I have 3 of FFF’s wallets. The Architect, the Field Notes, and the Field Rep. I meant to order the Charette while the sale was on, but it was a hectic holiday season, and that did not happen. The wallets are all high quality, and as they age, they just get better. Having access to a notebook all the time is a must for me, and with my FFF wallets, I can do in style. Thanks.
This is the 3rd product I've bought from Form-Function-Form. As a real estate agent, I really need something cool and distinctive to carry my business cards and to capture notes while in the field. I can't wait to break this one in! Also, the quality of the stitching has greatly improved, and the leather color choices are amazing. Lastly, when I was ordering, I was having an issue with the website confirming my payment, and the owner spent 20 minutes with me sorting out the issue so I could complete my order. And gave me a discount for my trouble. Insanely generous. Thanks again for the great and distinctive gear!
Long time user of Field Notes. This Field Rep wallet looks and feels great. I got the HF Predator Gold Brown and it looks like an old, weatherworn item of cowboy kit. I just tell people it is an antique folio from a Pony Express rider. The only thing I might do different is go with the black pen rather than the brass.