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Where do you carry your wallet?

Discussion in 'Where, When, & How Do We Carry All This Stuff?' started by vivek16, Oct 8, 2009.

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Where do you carry your wallet?

  1. Back Left Pocket

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    15.5%
  2. Back Right Pocket

    353 vote(s)
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  3. Front Left Pocket

    196 vote(s)
    19.5%
  4. Front Right Pocket

    187 vote(s)
    18.6%
  5. Other (please explain)

    113 vote(s)
    11.2%
  1. Plan B

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    Left rear pocket.
     
  2. Wire Edge

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    Front left for me. I hate sitting on a wallet.
     
  3. Chip

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    Back right pocket, been doing it since I was a kid.;D
     
  4. 123123

    123123 Empty Pockets

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    Back left, I used to carry a gun on my right rear but dont any more. Never changed back to the right side!
     
  5. BCKane

    BCKane Empty Pockets

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    Back right is my wallet, back left is my cell (obviously i don't have a smart phone), front left is money clip, front right are keys and EDC blade, inside waitband is small EDC blade. Works for me atm.
     
  6. Hebily

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    Sometimes my card holder and money clip are both in my front right, sometimes one is in each back pocket, sometimes both in jacket pocket.
     
  7. raider502

    raider502 Loaded Pockets

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    Carried a Safariland wallet for about 16 years, then ruptured a disk in my lower back and went to a money clip/Card holder thing until I had surgery. Now I have a very minimal bifold wallet for a couple of IDs, credit cards, etc., in my left rear. Growing up I always carried my wallet in my right rear pocket but once I started carrying concealed I switched it over to my left rear.
     
  8. JDW1461

    JDW1461 Empty Pockets

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    Back right. Only because I have been carrying that way since Ive had a wallet. It does leave the back-left pocket open for save reloads.
     
  9. spaceman

    spaceman Loaded Pockets

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  10. 8comm13

    8comm13 Loaded Pockets

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    Back left unless im in with a crowd of people then it's left front.
    If I'm wearing cargo shorts then left cargo pocket
     
  11. bowerc

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    back right. Like most, I'll move it when I'm a little more paranoid about pick pockets. When I go to church, I hate to have a wallet in my back pocket, so I put my ID, a credit card, and some cash into a money clip and that goes in my front right pocket.
     
  12. widgetdr

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    Originally in left rear but a chiropractor advised to move it forward as sitting on a thick wallet causes back problems.
    Now I carry a thin card ID and money clip in left front.
     
  13. jailhou5e

    jailhou5e Empty Pockets

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    front pocket for security...use a slimmy.
     
  14. Boy SureFire

    Boy SureFire May The Bridges I Burn Light The Way

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    Currently my wallet rides in the main zipper compartment of my Tad Gear GPP1 pouch.
     
  15. yatsunil

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    If I'm in dress pants or jeans, my wallet goes in my front right pocket. If I'm in cargoes then it rides in the right cargo pocket. I'm currently toying with the idea of putting my credit cards in a card case in my right front and paper money on a moneyclip in the left front to split the bulk.
     
  16. tso

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    I use 2 wallets : one for cash/credit card and another one for all other items such a licence, ID card, insurance and such. This way if I am aggressed for money I can give the first wallet without llosing important papers. Also I always carry wallets in my bag or vest in closed pockets. If I need to carry the wallet on my person and have no vest I carry it in front left pocket the righ one being reserved for kubaton ;)
     
  18. anywayoutside

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    Back right. Always have. I occasionally force myself to put it in my left front pocket, but it feels so unnatural.
     
  19. hobbydad

    hobbydad Empty Pockets

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    Used to be front left pocket, or inner jacket pocket if I had one on. Now it's in my edc bag nearly 100% of the time. I never could stand sitting on it, had a desk job my entire adult life.
     
  20. Donut
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    I use a money clip, it goes in either of my front pockets. I say either because I am diabetic and carry an insulin pump in a front pocket. Every couple of days I need to switch sides of my insulin pump, so everything alternates.