Woody Wallet | BlueCruelty-Free Ethically Made Sustainable Vegan
Named after actor and long-time vegan Woody Harrelson, the Blue Woody Wallet from GUNAS New York is slim and ultra-light, yet with plenty of pockets to hold your cash and cards.
- Holds up to 8 cards
- Small zipper compartment
- 2 compartments for notes
- 1 slip pocket
- Window pocket for license / ID
- 11.43cm L x 9.53cm W x 0.89cm D
- Crafted with MulbTex plastic-free, plant-based vegan leather
- Ethically made in South Korea, sweatshop free
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- This item is in the Free shipping group.
- Typically ships within 2 business days if in stock in our Sydney warehouse
- If not in stock locally, will be ordered from the US and will typically ship within 3 - 6 business days
- Can be returned within 30 days of purchase for exchange or store credit
- To be accepted for return the item must be unused, unmarked and in its original packaging with all tags attached (i.e. in re-saleable condition)
- 100% MulbTex
MulbTex ('mulberry leather') is handmade laminated paper, backed with cotton canvas, that has been glazed to mimic the look and feel of 'real' leather. The paper itself is made using the pulp of mulberry leaves.
Glass-coated paper has been used for centuries in Korea to make lampshades and other traditional artefacts.
Plastic and PVC-free, MulbTex is feather light, waterproof and it ages/weather like animal leather.
Two primary things make accessories vegan: (1) they contain no leather or other skins, and (2) they are not made using any animal-based glue.
Various terms are used to describe the materials used for vegan bags, belts, etc. These include vegan leather/suede, faux leather/suede, and micro-leather/micro-suede These materials are typically made from man-made microfibre.
While historically non-leather alternatives have received a bad rap for their toxicity and poor quality, among other things, modern production techniques mean that today's materials are far less environmentally damaging and of much higher quality. Polyurethane (PU) is commonly used, rather than the more toxic PVC, and many microfibres are produced using at least some portion of recycled materials. Furthermore, the newest forms use a water-based method to apply the PU to the fabric, rather than the highly toxic solvents that were traditionally used.
Microfibre fabric is lightweight, durable, and somewhat water repellant, so it makes a good substitute for leather. Microfibre is also made into Ultrasuede, which is cheaper and easier to clean and sew than natural suede leather.
Although there are some environmental concerns about microfibres entering the oceanic food chain via washing, this is not an issue with footwear and accessories, as these items are not washed.
All of Ecoture's carefully-selected vegan accessories are made from the highest-quality faux leathers and faux suedes. Our partner brands are focused not only on the vegan and cruelty-free aspects of their products, but also on their ethical and sustainability impacts.
More information on the materials, ethics and sustainability of the footwear industry can be found in our blog post, Is there something wrong with your shoes?
This product is Cruelty-Free, Ethically Made, Sustainable, and Vegan.