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We've spent years refining our custom leathers that are tailored to Bellroy’s considered designs. To ensure each piece is slim, strong, and a delight to use, we run a magnifying glass over the tiniest of design details.
COLOR RANGE

Our leathers come in a range of colors, age gracefully and are backed by our 3-year warranty. We only use premium top-grain hides, tanned under gold-rated LWG environmental protocols.

aged Eucalyptus
aged teal
aged Arctic Blue
aged blue steel
aged slate
aged charcoal
aged black
aged java
aged mocha
aged cocoa
aged tamarillo
aged Burnt Orange
aged tan
aged caramel
TYPES OF LEATHER

Naked Leathers

SHOW MORE CHARACTER

Our naked leathers draw on thousands of years of leathercraft, showcasing the aniline hides in a more natural state – minimal intervention means the grain and personality remain on full display. As you handle them, the grain develops a richer texture and establishes stronger character and color.

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Dressed Leathers

LOOKS NEWER FOR LONGER

Our semi-aniline dressed leathers are more resilient to marking than our naked leathers, while still retaining a natural appearance. A light natural coating of pigment keeps things looking newer for longer, resulting in a wonderful balance between consistency and character.

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All-Conditions Leather

PROTECTION IN TOUGH CONDITIONS

Our All-Conditions leathers are our most durable, able to repel both water and wear. Their resilience is achieved through additional treatments to the structure of our hides, which helps maintain a natural hand feel. These leathers develop more pronounced surface marks that can be buffed away using your fingertips.

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CARE FOR YOUR LEATHER

If leather gets wet

Dry it slowly. Speed drying leather changes its chemical structure, and you end up with stiff crinkle cut chaos. When drying wet leather, make sure you do so at room temperature and be sure that your wallet starts in the shape you want it to end up as.


If leather gets dry

Rub something damp into it like leather dressing or cream. Pick a leather care solution that's made from all natural ingredients – make sure it’s clear, too, to avoid discoloration.


If leather gets dirty

Use a damp cloth and steer clear from adding soaps or vinegar to the water. For tough stains like pen ink or red wine, try using leather conditioning treatments specifically designed to remove the stain but not the leather’s dye.