A gorgeous concealed-carry purse (you know we have those!) deserves a great wallet!
We have three styles for you to choose from, each one crafted from elegant genuine leather, and each features 2.0 military grade RFID protection to keep your credit card data safe.
Leto: organization at its best! This wallet is designed with an exterior pocket and two zippered compartments with fabric-lined pockets. One compartment has 2 currency pockets, each with 6 card pockets and one slip pocket and divided by a zippered coin pocket. The second compartment has 14 card pockets and 5 slip pockets.
Zeus: this clutch wallet is a timeless design featuring 13 interior card pockets, three currency pockets, an exterior lined zippered pocket and covered antique brass adjustable snap.
Color: the leather is a very deep shade of brown.It looks almost black in some pics, but it's brown.
All purses on the site will have dimensions for the gun compartment. Always allow at least a half inch of clearance at the zipper.
Example: Gun compartment is 8.5” W x 7” H.
If your gun is less than 8" long (end to end) and less than 6.5" tall, it should fit.
The nylon/elastic purse holsters that most manufacturers include with the bags are a place to start, but they will not be a good fit for many guns.
Your gun won't "snap in" - these holsters have zero retention. If you tip the holster upside down, the gun will slip out. We strongly recommend getting a kydex purse holster that's molded for your specific gun model, with snap-in retention.
You'll get several loose adhesive velcro sheets with it, so you can attach it however you prefer inside your bag (or any surface).
I've been wanting a RFID wallet for awhile now, and my "old" one was being held together by duct tape. So, now I'm all moved into my new one and I love it! I love the smell and stiffness of the new leather!!
Here's some guidance on how to choose the right concealed carry purse, including which features and accessories you need to look for.
There are some critical things you need to know before you carry a gun in a purse. When done correctly, it can be a good option - just follow some basic rules and guidelines.