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Link Posted: 8/18/2011 12:21:45 AM EST
Money clip in one pocket and a Saddleback Leather Small wallet in the other. Perfect setup for me.

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Link Posted: 8/18/2011 1:13:57 AM EST
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I carry a leather business card holder. Holds all my cards (I don't generally carry much cash), cuts down on the clutter. Fits very well in a front pocket.



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Link Posted: 8/18/2011 1:50:56 AM EST
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a fossil wallet like this one, it's barely thicker than my iphone, even with a few cards and cash.

http://resources.shopstyle.com/sim/00/64/0064a5d64115279edc7427c1a19df71c/fossil-wallets-front-pocket-wallet-magnetic-id.jpg


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Link Posted: 8/18/2011 1:59:36 AM EST
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Link Posted: 8/18/2011 2:03:00 AM EST
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All-Ett Original

Extremely thin, doesn't print in front pocket, reduces chance of theft. Price is right as well.

Everybody I know that has one loves it as well.

http://www.all-ett.com


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Yup. I've had this one for nearly 8 years and it's held up well.

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+1 Had it for a couple of years now and like it a lot.
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Link Posted: 8/18/2011 2:20:51 AM EST
Right now I have a Columbia tri-fold. I guess wallets are an easy Christmas present because I have about 5 that I've gotten over the years and never used. Every time one wears out after about 3-4 years I just toss it and grab another one out of my drawer.

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Another vote for this. Best wallet I have ever had.


That looks huge. How well does it fit in a pocket?

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Link Posted: 8/18/2011 2:27:32 AM EST
I have a Dockers leather trifold. I has held up well for several years.
In the past 20 years I have used only 2 wallets. My current wallet is 5-6 years old and still has no problems.

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I have a Kenneth Cole leather trifold. It's about five years old and starting to show some wear in the stitching.

I am thinking about a Saddleback. I'm on the fence between a medium or narrow bifold. Anyone try the narrow bifold?

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Duct tape!!!1! I originally made this in Fall 1992. It has since had a few new wraps of duct tape every 5 years or so.
Gets a little sticky in the heat, though. I have a Maxpedition Micro that has been sitting NIW for years. If I were to replace this, though, I would probably just get a clip.


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One similar to this


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Don't know where I got it from, but it's a leather bi-fold with an eagle on the front. Has worked well for me for over 5 years now, stiching is still there although the leather is just now starting to show some real signs of wear and tear...

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I'm looking at the some one, but have in some reviews that I have read people have complained that it's too thick. What's your impression? Thanks!

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i use a long wallet––sometimes called a pocket secretary––because i don't like folded bills. if you wear it in a hip pocket of jeans, it will stick out, but i've never had a problem with dropping it (in 10+ years). the only downside is that it will scuff a bit.

edit: something like this: http://www.overstock.com/Clothing-Shoes/PerryEllis-Genuine-Leather-Pocket-Secretary-Wallet/1955052/product.html
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I carry a black leather bi-fold Coach that my wife bought me. It is a really nice wallet and holds up well.
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My wife bought me a leather wallet from the Coach Outlet when she found out my previous wallet was a gift from an ex-girlfriend. :-)

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I'm looking at the some one, but have in some reviews that I have read people have complained that it's too thick. What's your impression? Thanks!


With my license and cards and such in it, mine is at most a 1/2 thick. And that is with all the card slots full and some have two cards in them.
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Originally Posted By urbankaos04:


I'm looking at the some one, but have in some reviews that I have read people have complained that it's too thick. What's your impression? Thanks!


With my license and cards and such in it, mine is at most a 1/2 thick. And that is with all the card slots full and some have two cards in them.


I have one also, and it is thick as hell, but it's pretty broken in now so it's flexible and looks great too. The first week or two with it, it was almost impossible to sit down..
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Link Posted: 10/6/2011 11:26:57 PM EST
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Money clip in a front pocket holds my cash and cards.

I can't imagine going back to a wallet.



Same here. Quit using a wallet years ago.

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this one has lasted me about 3 years now, Gall's brand

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My boss gave me a SpecOps T.H.E. wallet a couple years ago and it kicks ass.

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Got one a few years ago. Haven't sat on a wallet since. Credit cards/ drivers license on one side, cash on the other.
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Thing's a fucking beast. I absolutely annihilate wallets –– this one has been going strong for almost three years now.
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I also have this one, very well made.

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I also have this one, very well made.


Same here. Best made wallet I've ever owned.

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Bought it when I saw it recommend in another thread. Been using it for about a month with no complaints.


I use the same thing and like a lot. Carrying the wallet in your back pocket makes it so that you naturally sit straight and reduces back pain.
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Saddleback, but thinner than the previously mentioned models.
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Spec Ops T.H.E mini,great little wallet

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Link Posted: 10/7/2011 3:19:01 AM EST
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I've been carrying a money clip for 9 years. It broke maybe two months ago. I found a nearby replacement in the office, and that's what I've been using ever since.

http://i3.photobucket.com/albums/y60/Daytona955i/2011-08-17163043.jpg


looks like a great option for both of your dollars.


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I carry a small card wallet for my CC's and license, and a Countycomm titanium money clip for bills. I like the money clip especially, I've had it 4+ years and it hasn't lost any of it's spring. Light enough that you don't know it's there.

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