Louis Vuitton Damier Ebene Canvas Clemence Wallet N60534
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Louis Vuitton products, are extremely durable and made of only the best quality materials. The canvas is extremely easy to maintain, the imagery doesn’t fade, and it keeps its worth for years if not grow in worth, depending on the popularity of the product.
Here is a close up of a legitimate Louis Vuitton Damier Ebene Canvas Clemence Wallet. It’s covered in the noticeable checkered pattern in shades of brown. The attached leather rope is red, which matches the inside.
The center holds a significant amount of change, and there’s lots of room for cards, cash, receipts, and other things you keep in your wallet. The inner coin pocket features a gold zipper with the monogramed LV.
The canvas Louis Vuitton uses was originally developed for travel gear like suitcases; it’s EXTREMELY durable and can take a few knocks around or beatings if that was to sadly happen.
You can expect this product to arrive in the above shown box with Louis Vuitton wrap as expected. This particular product features the name Louis Vuitton Paris on one specific checker.
Most of their products have been around since 1854 and are still standing the test of time. Instead of purchasing a wallet every time yours falls apart; this one will last your lifetime and not lose its worth. Quality over quantity.
In the spring of 1835, at the age of 13, Vuitton left home alone and on foot, bound for Paris. He traveled for more than two years, taking odd jobs to feed himself along the way and staying wherever he could find shelter, as he walked the 292-mile (470-km) trek from his native Anchay to Paris. He arrived in 1837, at the age of 16. In 1854, 17 years later he began producing products on his own. He is best known for leading one of the worlds most powerful and affluent Fashion House’s in Paris, France, but he was a very hard-working humble individual that wanted to provide the best of the best. If he can do it, ANYONE can do it.
Louis Vuitton continued to work until his death at the age of 70 on 27 February 1892. After his death, his son Georges Vuitton took over control of the company. They haven’t backed down from quality and are unlikely to ever fall-out of the world’s good graces.