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Discussion in 'Other Every Day Carry Items' started by switchblade906, Aug 5, 2013.
)1 where can I get one? 2) more details and picture.
Still loving this BigSkinny Compact Sports wallet. It is the thinnest front pocket bifold wallet that I have found that comfortably holds the cards that I carry daily.
The wallet is an aluminum bodied, RFID blocking wallet. Swappable faceplates and bands. About a dozen colors or so.
Video I did:
Maxpedition Micro. It forces me to pare down to the essentials and not carry the enormous wads of cash that the ladies love me for.
And which one do you like the best out of the three?
+1 to the Saddleback wallets. I've had mine for a year now and it is the BEST wallet I've ever owned.
My guess is some sort of diesel with turbo
I recently got a bifold from Tanner Goods and couldn't be happier with it... except that I want another one in in another color!
Hellbent holsters medium combat wallet 2 in fde kydex...
Not actually wallet, but...
Year ago I get idea of ID-Card Holder and then have make some for military & medic personel, etc.
This is 2-side Protomodel: made by vision of customer (E.R.T. member).
Any update on where these can be purchased from??
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I love this thing. Rustico "Money Clip." Super simple, one outside card pocket, one inside card pocket, and a money clip. Slim as hell, lightweight, and looks great with wear.
Sadly, no. Don't think I'm allowed to post it anyway.
Just received a Ducti Duct Tape wallet from Thinkgeek.
Should be interesting to have.
Todays, is a new/old wallet. I had a Coach money clip/wallet for 5 years and one of the front leather pockets ripped so I went in and received a new replacement.
Coach Wallet by kyeandtabbs, on Flickr
I'm back to the HuMn wallet for a while. I carried it exclusively in Belize because I didn't carry a lot of cards.
Currently using a homemade Tyvek, and my wife hates it and wants me to buy a "new" wallet. THis is the thinnest, cheapest, most comfortable wallet I have owned. It holds about 20 cards plus has pockets for cash and is less than 1/2" thick with a full load of cards. I break cards in traditional staggered bifolds which is both a pain my hip and a pain to replace them .
Style of my home made one is similar to the Saddleback large bifold, two stacks of cards on each side.