Bloodborne Wallet Impressions
Bloodborne and SuperGroupies USA have collaborated to make a special wallet for fans and anyone who may be in the market for a durable and unique wallet. It’s actually part of a whole series of collaborations which also include a watch and bag. Now I’ll be the first to admit that I don’t know a whole lot about the intricacies of wallets and what’s considered to be a highly sought after feature. That said, I know what I like and if I’m being completely honest here this Bloodborne wallet checks all the boxes for me.
Right out of the box you can tell it’s made with care and attention. It’s a tri-fold leather wallet, black in color, with some special intricacies that fans will love. Subtle, yet clearly visible. The entire surface of the wallet is covered with Caryll runes. There are 8 card slots, more than enough for the average person, and a change compartment complete with a zipper! There’s nothing worse than change falling out of your wallet, or being unable to carry change at all.
Additionally, the lining on the inside of the wallet is a deep burgundy/red with more of the same symbols as the outside. I love this color pop and think it adds value here. If you’re Canadian you might get some extra satisfaction from the variety of colors you can have next to this lining, you know, the blue $5 bills, purple $10 bills and green $20 bills. I know I definitely have already.
It’s the attention to detail and quality that are the definite selling points for me. Even without having this for months and months, I know that this Bloodborne wallet was built to last. It’s not like I’m about to throw it from my apartment window or run over it with my car to test out exactly how durable it is, but given that it’s made from genuine leather and is pretty thick I’m certain I’ll be using this for years to come. Plus, it’s a bit of a talking piece, and should help you suss out the other gamers in the area. If you’re looking to make friends that you know have the same interests this seems like an added bonus!
It’s maybe a bit more expensive than what I would normally spend on a wallet, coming in at $118 USD, but given it could be considered a bit of a collector’s item, I think that could be forgiven. Honestly, there’s really no downside to owning this wallet. And if that doesn’t tell you all you need to know, I’m not sure what else I can say.