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post #676 of 684

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/193042615/the-glider-wallet-of-the-future

 

My friend created a pretty awesome wallet, his kickstarter for it is the above link.

 

Made of polycarbonate, undetectable in your pocket, and holds:

5 Cards, No Cash Bills

4 Cards, 2-3 Cash Bills

2 Cards, 6-8 Cash Bills with an insert he has developed and will add to the kickstarter site in a couple days once finalized

post #677 of 684
All handmade in the USA

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post #678 of 684

Anyone have any hand-made & hand-stitched wallets?

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Originally Posted by TheSunisShining View Post
 

Anyone have any hand-made & hand-stitched wallets?

I make hand sewn wallets. I normally carry a new style Im working on to see how it will age and what I want to change on the next version.

 

Here is the current slim wallet card holder I have been carrying.

 

post #680 of 684
I picked up the Superior Titanium mini-VIPER Titanium money clip about 2 years ago. I love it and no looking back after dropping the leather slim card cases! I carry 5 cards (DL, debit, 2 credit and work ID).

http://www.superiortitanium.com/mini-VIPER-Titanium-Money-Clip.html
post #681 of 684
I've been going wallet-less for the past 2.5-3 years. But, I'm finding it to be annoying to carry a single card holder, billfold & change pouch all at one (no man-purse). The best go-between I've found is a multi compartment card case: big enough for cash, coins and a few cards. I still wouldn't carry a full-on wallet unless I were on travels.
post #682 of 684

Very, very nice indeed! Is that the classic saddle-stiching I see too??  :satisfied:

post #683 of 684
As a budget option, I'm genuinely impressed with my Everlane cardholder. The pebble grain is nice n' soft and the stitching has actually held up over months of use. I'm not sure what I'd do if my life required more than 4-5 cards, though. Maybe stuff the extra ones in my shoes.

post #684 of 684

I've been using this Ferragamo every day for about six years. It's held up really well. I don't need a new wallet by any means, but I'm itching to grab something new.

 

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