ABOUT FOOLISH PRIDE
When someone buys one of our products, chances are they will handle it every day for many years. We take that responsibility seriously, and we want to create high quality pieces that that are functional as well as beautiful. The mission at Foolish pride is to make something that customers will truly enjoy.
What We Do
We turn high quality hides from around that world into heirloom quality hand stitched leather goods. All pieces are double stitched by hand and should last for many years. We are most known for the minimalistic wallet designs as well as the custom made while you wait key chains. Foolish Pride offers a plethora of customization options. Choose of our many styles, mix and match colors of leather and thread, and pick from our dozens of stamped images to create a truly unique piece that you will cherish for years to come
Why Foolish Pride?
"The name Foolish pride comes from the Fool card in the Tarot deck. The fool lives in the moment and carries everything he needs in a small bundle, so I though that it fits well with what I make."
(The Fool is numbered 0 – the number of unlimited potential – and so does not have a specific place in the sequence of the Tarot cards. The Fool can be placed either at the beginning of the Major Arcana or at the end. The Major Arcana is often considered the Fool’s journey through life and as such, he is ever present and therefore needs no number.
On the Fool Tarot card, a young man stands on the edge of a cliff, without a care in the world, as he sets out on a new adventure. He is gazing upwards toward the sky (and the Universe) and is seemingly unaware that he is about to skip off a precipice into the unknown. Over his shoulder rests a modest knapsack containing everything he needs – which isn’t much (let’s say he’s a minimalist). The white rose in his left hand represents his purity and innocence. And at his feet is a small white dog, representing loyalty and protection, that encourages him to charge forward and learn the lessons he came to learn. The mountains behind the Fool symbolise the challenges yet to come. They are forever present, but the Fool doesn’t care about them right now; he’s more focused on starting his expedition.)