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post #31 of 56
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Originally Posted by morphsci View Post

Let me break it down for you in small, easily understood steps:

1. OP asked for recommendations for a wallet that met a few criteria he outlined
2. You derided him for carrying too much in his wallet.
3. Therefore you did not answer his original query but instead moved the discussion to a topic of your own choosing.
4. Ergo, your diatribe was OFF-TOPIC
Hallelujah!
Actually ericj wasn't exactly on-topic either, but since he is a self confessed nut we'll let him off
post #32 of 56
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Originally Posted by Rednamalas1 View Post
what I have:
Head porter Merge long wallet:
Hey red, where did you buy it from? And if you don't mind, how much was it?
post #33 of 56
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Originally Posted by LostOne.TR View Post
Hey red, where did you buy it from? And if you don't mind, how much was it?
I got it when I was in japan, actually. I think it was around 150$ not too sure if it's on sale anymore as it was last year's model though.

I just got a new wallet yesterday: Bottega Vaneta weaved wallet


not bothering with my HP wallet for a while
post #34 of 56
Tony Perotti - 2011/14/2 Wallet note case with change section - Gregorys

I have that one, not bought from there though but I dont have any pics of my wallet


re-reading your post and its criteria it fits all of what you are after and is sublime quality, you will appreciate that point if you order and receive it in your hand the stitching, weight, smell and finish are superb, it is also lined inside too.
post #35 of 56
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Originally Posted by oicdn View Post
It's not "getting by", it's carrying lightly/smartly and NOT carrying what you DON'T need. What if you lost your wallet? You'd be SOL cause you have no IDs, no credit cards, and all your other cards are gone to boot. That's A LOT of calling to do when you get home. Not to mention, every time you sit down, you sit on a 3 inch brick. I used to carry a HUGE wallet, and after carrying minimal, I've never looked back.
You don't have to go minimalist - you can also choose a smarter wallet design. If you're looking for an excellent *thin* wallet, check out the Big Skinny (BigSkinny.net: Thin Wallets & Slim Wallets from Big Skinny). Yeah, silly name, but excellent wallet if you want minimal bulk. People I know simply can't believe I have as much crap in there as I do when they see how thin it is. (by the way, I have no connection to the company other than being a satisfied customer.)
post #36 of 56

Go-go gadget ZombieThread!

 

Looking for wallet suggestions, since I go through wallets like nobodies business even though I don't overload them. I carry on my person only a few things on a day to day basis, but it seems that despite this moderate load, I kill wallets quickly. This would have to be a jeans-pocket friendly wallet, and on a student's budget. I carry

 

DL (obviously a necessity)

School ID (used daily)

Work ID (used daily)

Debit/Bank Card (Daily)

AAA Card (because it covers any vehicle I'm in, not just my own)

Health Insurance Card & Vision card (duh)

A guitar pick (Always have one. Always)

Some cash if I'm lucky, no coins, coins go in my pocket. So: 6 cards, Cash

 

A leather bi-fold would be my preference, preferably thick leather with strong stitching. I've killed 4 Dockers and other type wallets in the last 4 years, and although I don't mind a yearly replacement, I'd be open to other options:

post #37 of 56

Quite old now but this is my sorry about your wallet, wallet.

 

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post #38 of 56
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Originally Posted by Graphicism View Post

Quite old now but this is my sorry about your wallet, wallet.

I need a new wallet too, That's a nice looking one, what is it?
post #39 of 56
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Originally Posted by rroseperry View Post

I need a new wallet too, That's a nice looking one, what is it?

 

That's not the point!

 

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Anyway... it's Banana Republic.

post #40 of 56
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Originally Posted by Graphicism View Post

That's not the point!

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Anyway... it's Banana Republic.

I know, but couldn't resist. biggrin.gif

Thanks!
post #41 of 56

Saddleback in dark coffee brown with about a year of wear in, just keeps getting better and better.

 

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post #42 of 56

I use a fanny pack. wink_face.gif

post #43 of 56

That looks amazing eek.gif

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Originally Posted by gore.rubicon View Post

Saddleback in dark coffee brown with about a year of wear in, just keeps getting better and better.

 

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Edit: It was just too much to bear, I have a medium wallet in carbon black on its way to me now cool.gif, so much for budget friendly. Now my wallet's sorry for my wallets incoming wallet, oy, that's hard to wrap my head around.


Edited by Maverickmonk - 6/23/12 at 8:53am
post #44 of 56

The leather is pretty nice and thick, takes a while to wear in, and build character, dare you to try and compare it with other leathers you see at the mall, now if only I could justify buying one of their bags.
 

post #45 of 56

This has been a great companion for a few years now.

 

Really convenient if you can live without coins. tongue_smile.gif

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