Commonly used from the mid-1910’s to the mid-1930’s, a lace web glove was used mostly by basemen and catchers. It is simply lacing strung from thumb and forefinger through eyelets or vertical tunnels. This leather that’s features both on the inside and outside is some of the most vintage leather we’ve ever had on our website. The look, feel, and even the smell is just something to behold. If the lace web along the front doesn’t catch your eye, then we don’t know what will. You’ve got functionality in this wallet as well. A large slot along the top provides ample space for loose, unfolded cash bills. Inside left, you’ve got 2 horizontal card slots and then inside right you’ve got 2 vertical card slots along with another horizontal card slot underneath. Closed dimensions of the wallet are 4” by 4”. The pictures do not do this wallet any justice, but please take a look and enjoy!