Mack Provisions

The Butcher Boy's Wallet - Vintage Baseball Glove Wallet

Regular price $ 80.00

Made in Alaska!

Baseball Lingo

In baseball, a "Butcher Boy" is a batter who squares around to show bunt, but then pulls the bat back slightly and swings at the pitch. The goal is to chop down on the ball and hit it past the charging corner basemen. The origin of the archaic term was coined by Hall of Fame manager Casey Stengel who found inspiration by watching the motion of his local butcher while cleaving meat.

Custom vs. Random

You get a sneak peek into my quiver of baseball gloves by selecting “Custom” from the dropdown menu. Within 24 hours of your purchase, I will e-mail you pictures of each glove - you choose your favorite (each glove is unique in its embossments, brand names, player endorsement, or other writings).

By selecting “Random”, you get to enjoy the excitement of not knowing which specific wallet you will receive! The wallet may include any leather combination and may come from multiple vintage baseball gloves.

Features:

  • Each wallet is hand stitched together with yellow Barbour's linen thread (6 cord, Made in USA).
  • Solid brass snap button (DOT brand, manufactured in Clarkesville, GA).
  • Baseball glove leather reinforced snap button
  • Wallet contains one main pocket and a quick access back pocket.
  • Carries the basics - up to 6 cards + folded up cash in main pocket and up to 3 in the back pocket!
Vintage Baseball Glove Leather***:
  • Handmade with leather from antique/vintage baseball gloves.
  • Most gloves are from the 1940's - 1960's and occasionally dip into the 1930's or 1970's. 
Requirements:
  • The gloves must have been made in the USA.
  • The gloves must be obsolete because of such things as: stitching coming apart, missing lacing, and/or in need of some repair.

Measurements

  • 4.25" x 3.25" (closed).


Handmade to order. Please allow up to 2 weeks for shipment. FREE shipping over $100 within the USA!

***A wallet may contain the original manufactures needle holes, lacing ovals, or general wear from use on the diamond!