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CERVO2 Long Wallet without Gusset


Gussetless long wallet

A thin gussetless long wallet that makes the most of the characteristics of Cervo leather. The bills can be neatly stored without folding them. There are 6 pockets for cards, and it is a functional product that can hold items such as receipts in a smart and slim manner. It can be stowed inside the breast pocket of a suit without ruining the silhouette.

Thin build utilizing GANZO's wallet-making techniques

The wallet of the CERVO series was a challenge to make thin. The natural grain unique to deerskin is utilized while making it thin. Although it may seem contradictory, wallets should be thin, strong, and beautiful. The first step is to make the leather as thin as possible, while retaining the natural texture of the deerskin tanned by the Vachetta method. Then, fluffy sheep leather is used for the lining material, which is then laminated to the cut pieces so as not to lose the original texture. Although deerskin is said to be too soft and difficult to polish the edges, GANZO focused on every detail of this product to polish and put together.

Vachetta Cervo

Cervo (Italian for deer skin) is a rare vegetable-tanned deerskin. It is tanned by a small tannery in Santa Croce, Italy, using only raw hides from New Zealand with the Vachetta method. The most distinctive feature of this leather is the fusion of the plumpness of the thick deerskin and the tight tannin texture.

*Vachetta method: A traditional Italian leather manufacturing method with a history of more than 1,000 years, in which all processes are done by hand. Now, this technique is only slightly inherited by a historical tannery in Florence. The texture of each piece of leather is carefully finished to produce a unique and exquisite material. The leather is tanned using only vegetable tannin and soaked with oil extracted over a long period of time, which makes for a soft finish. The more it is used, the more the aging process can be enjoyed as the oil soaked into the leather oozes. 

Dimensions (cm) Height 9.0 × Width 18.0 × Thickness 1.5
Material Deer Leather
Specifications Card Slot x 6
Bill Compartment x 2
Interior Pocket x 3
Country of Origin Japan
Product Code 58972


  • We have done our utmost to display the actual color of the products shown here, but the colors in the images may appear different depending on the computer, smartphone or monitor environment used. We ask for your understanding in this matter.
  • There may be scratches, irregular coloring, abrasion, creases (wrinkles from the actual animal), etc. on the surface of the leather but please note that these are the natural characteristics of the leather.
  • In order to preserve the natural texture of the leather, no waterproofing or colorfastening treatment has been applied, which may cause color migration onto clothing. Please take care when using near water.

Since 1917

GANZO, the highest-quality line available anywhere, pursues the concept of “genuine” throughout the entire process, from the selection of materials, to cutting, thinning, sewing and polishing - without compromise. The persistence and energy of takumi (expert workmen) delivers products created by the hands of craftsman who are well-versed in Japanese culture and techniques.


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