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Wallet(s)!

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Manny Calavera, Aug 29, 2006.

  1. Ott

    Ott Senior member

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    really? that one looks way smaller than the regular red moon. i;ve come to love the coin purse. Can't imagine having a pocket full of coins now.
    its much more thin, but it's too damn long. It sticks out a good 1-2cm on dior/julian red's small pockets. Probably isn't a problem if you're wearing japanese brands exclusively. I don't like feeling like my wallet is going to fall out [​IMG]. It's a shame because it's the perfect wallet otherwise..
     
  2. Max

    Max Senior member

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    Those enormous and thick wallets are ridiculous. They look like they belong in a woman's handbag. Are we not men who carry our wallets in pants?

    I've been flossing a thin and low-key leather Longchamp billfold from Century 21 for the better part of a year now. It's just starting to get broken in.
     
  3. Bona Drag

    Bona Drag Senior member

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    Those enormous and thick wallets are ridiculous. They look like they belong in a woman's handbag. Are we not men who carry our wallets in pants?

    I've been flossing a thin and low-key leather Longchamp billfold from Century 21 for the better part of a year now. It's just starting to get broken in.


    Yeah, I realize it's exceptional leather and construction and all, but at some point doesn't functionality become an issue? I still rock a tres-unhip pre-Steez Kenneth Cole number (gasp!) that cost me $50. The stitiching was a little weak in a few places, but it's still going strong after 18 months of everyday use/abuse, and the leather doesn't look half bad.
     

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