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Discussion in 'Other Carrying Devices' started by Halden, Oct 15, 2015.
Recycled Firefighter Sergeant is my daily wallet
I use the county comm la wallet. I have both the nylon and leather models but prefer the leather. Currently have 2 id cards on one side and 2 credit cards on the other. I fold cash in half and tuck it behind the credit cards. The outside slots have my med card and any gift cards or receipts that I accumulate during the week. I front pocket carry usually with an altoids mini tin and it fits great in a jeans or running shorts.
How tight are the card slots on the leather version? I have the nylon one but I don't carry it because the slots are so loose!
I moved over to this Secrid Slim wallet around new year, and am getting along great with it. There's a lever at the bottom which pushes out the cards in a staggered manner, along with two more card slots in the leather compartment. There's also a cash sleeve which is slightly fiddly but you soon get used to it. It can hold up to 5 cards in that main compartment (which is RFID safe) along with 2 more in the leather section. The edge to edge dimensions are only slightly over the size of a credit card. Thickness is about 18mm and it almost disappears once in the pocket.
I also bought this around the same time which is excellent. It's a WOLYT by Loft of Cambie. The angled slot on the front is for a few folded up notes, and the main card compartment has a pull tab which lifts the cards out. A really functional design and very well made, not to mention affordable.
grrradical, quote feature does not work for me...
I find the card slots to be plenty tight on the outside of the wallet. They do get slightly looser when there are no cards on the inside of the wallet, but I never carry an empty wallet... I have not tried the nylon wallet yet, was an add on to another order to get free shipping. I bought another in leather as a backup. Very good wallet IMO. My current was a used one from another member, and it is holding up very well.
Flip-side wallet. Polycarbonate, indestructible, rfid protection, easy. Lotsof colors to choose from.
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the flipside is one of my favorite wallets, and I have so many wallets.
the flipside gets the most use of them all.
I have been very happy with my Walletbe 'Men's Leather Front Pocket Wallet, Outer ID' for many years now, highly recomended wallet
I use a Saddleback sleeve....but my friend's brother just invented this!
It's called Tribe 3.0 ... forum won't let me URL the kickstarter
I'm thinking about pulling the trigger on this.1 1/2 pieces of leather, 4 slits with an L stitch.Can't get any more minimal in leather.Can someone here make this?
Really enjoying my hellbent holster wallet.
Check out the TGT Wallet
The thinnest yet functional wallets I have found are by Big Skinny.
I have no financial interest in them but they are the last brand I will buy from now on.
I have a bifold zippered one that I sewed a chain tether onto and it is still good after 3 years.
It's almost magical how thin it is.
The stack of contents I put in it looks the same thickness with and without the wallet.
I just bought the leather front pocket model and am really liking it!
This is what I use the Ridge.
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been using the craft & Lore Port wallet. Loving it so far.
chums wallet by ?, on Flickr
Another vote for Travax wallet. I have their Axis model. I switched late last year, and I've been very happy with it. It's adjustable to fit the number of cards you need, plus bills, plus a spot for a spare key.
Billykirk card case.