Parker is an elegant travel case to organize your most important documents through the moments of your journey. Passport, boarding pass, most important ID & airline cards are neatly organized within the Parker. Its sumptuous leather makes it a pleasure to hold it in your hand, as well its small size makes it really convenient to carry it in your pocket.
- Set includes: Two Parker passport holders
- Easy slide-in sleeve for passport
- Fits both 36 page and 60 page passport
- 4 quick access card slots
- Open inside pocket for quick cash & other documents
- Back pocket for receipts, foreign currency & more
- Rich poly interior for slim finish
- Handmade in premium leather by skilled craftsmen
- Comes encased in a drawstring bag for protection
Free shipping & easy returns, always!
Please note that due to COVID 19 deliveries to some pincodes may get delayed. We apologize for the inconvenience.
We partner with FedEx to get your orders delivered to you quickly. Here’s what you can expect:
|Delivery Location||Estimated Delivery Time|
|Metropolitan Cities :|
1-5 business days
|Other Urban Areas :|
2-7 business days
|Rural Areas :|
4-10 business days
Personalised Orders:It takes our craftsmen a while to craft each personalised piece, so please allow additional 24-72 hours to the above estimates for all orders with personalisation.
Please note that the packaging design shown is only for reference and may vary for your order.
I was lucky to get a summer internship in London and traveled Europe while I was there. During the travels I used it almost everyday and I am happy to say that there were no sign of it getting worn out and the leather was actually getting better with every trip. Can't say for sure, but may be this passport holder was lucky for me and I have gotten a full time job at that bank in london.. Yay!! Will surely pick up a few more Urby products before I leave for there.
After knowing the importance of a passport cover that day, Now I dont travel without one. It not only protects the passport, but also cover up as a mini wallet. After all why wouldn't someone protect the very document without that lets you cross borders ?