These 8 full-grain leather men’s Coach wallets are up to 59% off during this massive winter sale

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Luxury designer brand Coach launched its high-end, premium Coach 1941 collection in 2015. Since then, fans of the brand have found it almost impossible to get their hands on some of the pieces — until now.

One of the areas where Coach shines above all other luxury brands is leatherware. Leather aficionados and experts firmly attest that Coach makes some of the most long-lasting and high-grade leather pieces. Its men’s wallets fully prove the truth of that hot take.

From grained and pebble leather to calfskin and leather/canvas mixes, these best-selling wallets are sure to last forever. They also make a perfect gift that will only get better with time. Thanks to SSENSE’s huge sale, they’re up to 59% off, with prices starting at just $42!

Take a look below at the eight best Coach 1941 deals from the sale.

1. Coach 1941 Brown Horse & Carriage Double Bifold Wallet, $68 (Orig. $165)

59% off

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Coach’s horse and carriage print is one of the most iconic of any luxury brand. This coated canvas grained leather bifold wallet has it all over. It has eight card slots, one note slot and a grained leather lining.

2. Coach 1941 Red Refined Double Bifold Wallet, $84 (Orig. $190)

56% off

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This chic and sophisticated pebble-grained leather bifold wallet has Coach’s elegant logo in the corner. It has eight card slots and one note slot.

3. Coach 1941 Black Mint + Serk Edition Card Holder, $84 (Orig. $190)

56% off

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This unique pebble-grained leather card holder is part of the Coach 1941 x Mint + Serf collaboration. It has three card clots at the face, a central note slot and a grained leather lining.

4. Coach 1941 Black 3-in-1 Wallet, $123 (Orig. $245)

50% off

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If you’re looking for a simple, sleek black leather wallet, this is the one to buy. Made of grained calfskin, it has the Coach logo embossed at the face, eight card slots, two note slots, a detachable bifold ID holder and a logo-woven twill lining.

5. Coach 1941 Red Leather Card Holder, $42 (Orig. $80)

48% off

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Like the Coach 1941 Red Refined Double Bifold Wallet, the pebble-grained Red Leather Card Holder has an elegant orange-red finish, six card slots, the Coach logo hardware at the front and back faces, a central note slot and canvas lining.

6. Coach 1941 Khaki Money Clip Card Holder, $57 (Orig. $105)

46% off

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This grained calfskin card holder has two card slots and the Coach logo embossed at the front face. It also has a central note slot, a card slot and a logo-engraved money clip at the back face — this comes in handy for securing it to your bag or trousers.

7. Coach 1941 Gray Money Clip Card Holder, $59 (Orig. $105)

44% off

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If khaki isn’t your preferred color, the Money Clip Card Holder also comes in gray grained calfskin and coated canvas finish.

8. Coach 1941 Gray 3-in-1 Wallet, $120 (Orig. $210)

43% off

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The same Coach coated canvas and grained leather finish also come in a bifold wallet design. This one has eight card slots, two note slots, a detachable bifold ID holder, a logo-woven twill lining and the Coach logo printed at the face.

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