Sea Wallet made of canvas white / red
A mega trendy wallet from Trend Marine, sewn from new Dacron canvas.

Item number: 30066

EAN: 4251088500661


24,95 €

including 19% VAT. , no shipping costs (Paket)

Available now!

Shipping time: 1 - 3 workdays




A mega trendy wallet from Trend Marine, sewn from new Dacron canvas. The eye-catching labeling with the large canvas numbers and the seams sailmaker''s stitching make it authentic down to the last detail. So the maritime attitude to life can be taken into everyday life. Fashion and water sports - two beautiful sides of life that are combined with this.

  • DISTRIBUTION: 3x pocket compartments in credit card size, 1x pocket with window 5.5cm x 9cm, 2x banknote compartments 16cm long, 3x slide-in compartments 7cm x 10cm
  • FOR THE CHANGE: external two-part zip pocket
  • CLOSURE: snap fastener and shackle
  • DIMENSIONS: 14.5 x 3 x 10 cm
  • COLOR COMBINATION: white / red for men and women
  • Material: 100% polyester - DacronCanvas

Shipping weight: 0,30 Kg
item picture note : Sewn or printed numbers are chosen arbitrarily and may differ from the images! Decorative articles Articles are not included in the scope of delivery.
This article mainly consists of:
  • 100% polyester

Advantages of polyester fabrics

The industrially produced synthetic continuous threads impress with their special properties. They are characterized by allergy-neutral properties and ease of care that modern clothing cannot be imagined without. The fabric is wrinkle-free, tear-resistant, weather-resistant and can hardly soak up with water. As a result, the polyester threads are predestined for the production of fabrics for sportswear that, for example, has to dry quickly or is water-repellent as rainwear.

Dacron canvas and tarpaulin fabric are made of synthetic fiber. They repel dirt and moisture. When exposed to excessive heat, these fibers stick together and become brittle.

  • Hand wash at max. 30 degrees
  • Use detergents without discoloration or bleach
  • not suitable for tumble drying