Based in the U.S, Aspiro Wallet (aspiro is a Latin term meaning to aspire) was created to modernize slim wallet using sustainable leather from Italy.
90% of the leather wallets use chrome and other chemicals that ends up in landfills and the water supply.
As part of our sustainability promise, our wallets is made using leather from a family-owned leather tannery in Italy under strict EU regulations. We use a traditional tanning process that has been around for thousands of years called vegetable tanning.
It takes approximately 2 months to make the leather and it's made using tree bark extract.
No Leather Sourced From Deforested Areas
Since 1988, 80% of all deforestation in the Brazilian Amazon were converted to cattle pastures.
Since our leather is made from cowhides that are byproduct of the meat industry, we do not source our leather from deforested areas such as Amazon.
Toxic-Free Supply Chain
The cowhides are converted to leather naturally using toxic-free vegetable dye such as tree barks. Known for long lasting durability and develops a rich patina over time.
Handmade in Small Batches
Each wallet is handmade in small batches (no more than 100 at a time) to reduce waste and ensure the wallet is made to our high standards of craftsmanship.
Minimal Design For Efficiency
Adopting the minimalist principles, we designed the wallet to be efficient without compromising function.