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post #46 of 56

Here's my Saddleback Front Pocket ID Wallet in dark coffee brown.

 

 

 

I keep my cash is a separate pocket, so this is just cards. I like that the ID window is open, no crappy plastic to get in the way and I can just slide my license out with my thumb when needed. The (relatively) small capacity just forces me to minimize what I carry, which is a good thing.

post #47 of 56

I have been down this road as well. if you spend for a martin dingman or ferrigamo you pretty much never need another wallet. as long as you do not put it in the laundry.

post #48 of 56

My "Dosh" wallet is made from recycled tyres apparently...

 

 the inside has take a bit of a pounding (all those headfi purchases...)

normally there is at least some money in it...

post #49 of 56

I have two of these.  Best wallet i've ever had.

 

http://zeroz.com/

post #50 of 56

I recently picked up a saddleback bifold wallet. Very happy with the quality and the smell of it so far. Highly recommended!

post #51 of 56

I've got a Dockers leather L-Fold.

It's pretty thick, but it's nice quality, and for sure nice to hold. It smells pretty good too. (If you're into that...)

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 Front of my wallet, closed.

 

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Inside, halfway unfolded.

There's an ID window which usually caries my license (removed for the sake of not getting my identity stolen, and one day finding my bank account spent on a trip to the Bahamas I never planned).

There's also 3 card slots with an extra pouch behind.

 

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The side with the ID window flips up to reveal more card slots. I use these for the gift cards I got for Christmas.

 

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Plenty of room for my craploads of singles behind my gift cards.

 

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I even stuck in some aluminium sheets covered in duct tape to give at least a little protection from RFID readers.

It seems I've foiled their plans! (Ba-dun-tsss)

 

It's not exactly luxury, or minimalist, or anything, but it was made from some nice leather, and had decent stitching, and everything. Plus, it has a pretty cool design, in my opinion.


Edited by ninjapenguin120 - 1/4/14 at 11:43am
post #52 of 56
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Originally Posted by DanW View Post
 

Here's my Saddleback Front Pocket ID Wallet in dark coffee brown.

 

 

 

I keep my cash is a separate pocket, so this is just cards. I like that the ID window is open, no crappy plastic to get in the way and I can just slide my license out with my thumb when needed. The (relatively) small capacity just forces me to minimize what I carry, which is a good thing.


Really like this wallet.  Have it in the coffee and tobacco brown.  Great quality, and honestly, for those who never carry cash..me, its perfect.  No back pocket bulge that irritates the heck out of ya.  I have one of their messenger bags too.  Very nice!

post #53 of 56

Just bought my new Targa wallet at Quasso.it. I definitly like their statement about the fact that its boring that every man has either a black or brown wallet. This one is made out of real lizard skin. Can't wait to see it in real life! 

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post #54 of 56
Hey guys. Looking for something like this. I've scoured the earth and internet. Seems to pop up every so often on the street in NYC. Very easy for grabbing the metro card. Can't live without it. It seems impossible to find a nicer wallet with this build (vertical) and outer pocket.




post #55 of 56

I have a Saddleback Front Pocket ID Wallet and have been using it for about two years.

 

I like that it's slim but it doesn't look pretty to me. Thinking about changing to a bifold. Maybe the bellroy?

post #56 of 56

anyone know who makes a tri fold wallet that the money pouch is on the fold that flips up after you open ur wallet

i had a couch wallet about 20 years ago that did this loved the wallet and was the only wallet i ever lost it was not a good day lol

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