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What is your EDC Wallet?

Discussion in 'Other Every Day Carry Items' started by switchblade906, Aug 5, 2013.

  1. nick nitro

    nick nitro Loaded Pockets

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    I am looking at that same one. It specs at 3.25 by 4.25 or close to that, so my question to you is that a reasonable shirt pocket size? And how is the thickness? Do you need to put a field band around them to "train it flat"? It's larger than the all-et I have as well as the aluminum A3s I have. Any help is appreciated.
     
  2. Chinese Buffet

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    I didn't really like the "C" embossing at first (looks too messy and cheap) but I don't mind it as much anymore.

    Overall pretty thin profile. I only carry about 6 cards with me at any given time, sometimes I have cash, sometimes I don't.

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    CB
     
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  3. suveges

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    I never did the band thing but when you first get it, it'll want to stay open. After a month or so it'll settle down.

    Shirt pocket might be a bit much; I don't know how many cards you carry but they have their card sleeve. I use that when wearing a suit. If you only need a few cards and bills it''s perfect and will definitely go into a shirt pocket.
     
  4. nick nitro

    nick nitro Loaded Pockets

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    Thanks, I carry four cards and that includes a drivers license. Should work fine.
     
  5. Sao
    • In Omnia Paratus

    Sao Loaded Pockets

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    My wallet for paper money and coins is a chest pocket on a fleece jacket I then carry some cards in a truview metal card holder.
    I generally pay for most things on debit card so don't carry a great deal of paper money or coins.

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  6. brokedave

    brokedave Uber Prepared

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  7. kye4some

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    Still rock'en this guy just with a little more character on it.

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    Be well
     
  8. kembativz

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    CB, what type of wallet is that one?
     
  9. Butch007

    Butch007 Loaded Pockets

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    I was shopping with the family a while back at an outlet mall. I went into a Wilson Leather outlet almost bought a simple leather bifold for about $14. A few minutes later we went to a Coach store where I saw the exact same bifold for almost $150. Needless to say, my laughter was not appreciated by the sales lady when I pointed it out to my wife. Now I carry a flip side stealth and don't remember why I was ever considering a leather bifold.
     
  10. jreese

    jreese Empty Pockets

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    Ha!. A regular old bi-fold. Fully loaded with library cards, insurance card, and DL.
     
  11. neginfluence04

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    I really want one of the Ridge wallets to replace my old man trifold wallet
     
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  12. hatchetjack

    hatchetjack EDC Junkie!!!!!

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  13. ldablo41

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    Bullhide Belts 6 pocket bifold. 3 year warranty. They say a 15 year wallet.

    I've had it for one month now. It's a bargain at $70. Made to order.
     
  14. romadant

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    A Rainbow of California wallet. Simple. Cheap. Last forever. Made in USA (somewhat local to me).
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  15. Stevedave

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    My Kevin King custom Enzo 2
     
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  16. Agent Blackbird
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    I love this collection. Did you make them? If yes, well done! If not, where did you get them?
     
  17. MCPOWoller

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    Didn't they used to make them in San Clemente, Ca? I seem to remember that logo from out there. True, those things lasted forever. I used one all through high shcool and a few years into my Navy career.
     
  18. bzimmerly

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    • Edited per Rule 11
    T.H.E. Wallet by Spec. Ops. -->
     
  19. xperry

    xperry Empty Pockets

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    Just picked up this crabby. Love it! I keep it in my back pocket and youll never even know it is there. Has two mini shelves for cards and the band is good for cash. Very cheap too! Cant post the link for some reason, but just google crabby wallet.
     
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  20. MKram

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    Got a metal fabric (?) wallet from American Science and Surplus after Sweetie's chip & PIN debit card got skimmed by some enterprising (unprintable) with an RFID reader. I have a Faraday cage and less stress. Only thing is it's ugly as sin and the corners were an instant invitation to shredded pockets. 10" of duct tape and a couple judicious cuts with tin snips later it's starting to acquire a bit of character, barely.