MAKR’s Vertical Pocket gets swanky with retro-styled Herringbone etched on nubuck; it’s a relatively functional wallet, with a snap closure and curved cut for easy access to cards.
Made with nearly indestructible (and recyclable) Tyvek, this slim NYC Subway Map Mighty Wallet is ideal for a night on the town, but can easily expand if you’re loaded with Benjamins.
Even if you’re not acquainted with music label Ubiquity Records, their Boombox Wallet is a sweet accessory for funk/hip hop fans; this slim wallet still holds up to 8 cards with an iD pullout.
Hard Graft’s Key Too is a funky but slick wallet designed just for your keys; it protects your car’s keyfob from other keys by providing it with its own pocket while the keys slip into a sleeve.
With an extruded aluminum case and gold mechanical elements, Roland Iten’s ritzy Credit Card Dispenser is only for the credit limit-endowed; a trigger shoots out four cards at a time.
Available this March, J.FOLD’s Spring/Summer ’09 Collection is definitely a maturation of the brand; look for weathered fabrics, rustic patinas, earthy colors and metal hardware.
For nights on the town when you want to travel light, Malcolm Fontier’s smallish Mojito Wallet literally fits the bill; an elastic strap holds up to four cards while a side pocket stashes cash.
Ditch that bifold forever: the FlipSide Wallet is made with durable polymer plastic and anodized aluminum, with one side for cash and the other for cards; it’s also shielded from RFID theft.
Diesel’s Atom Wallet combines your keychain with your cards and bills, with an array of keyholders within as well as a separate spiral-linked chain with looped leather handle.
Carrying change has always been a problem for guys; Nixon’s Imola Coin Wallet addresses this in style with a fold-out design, full grain leather, metal badge and hand-stitching.
Inspired by vintage biker culture, Japanese-based Calee’s leather wallets are handmade with the price to match; thickly stitched edges and brass studs give these a high end look & feel.
Essentially a wallet with a vertical form factor, this Tumi Passport Case is ideal for frequent flyers with a special passport slot; ballistic nylon and leather trim ups the style ante.
Despite its rough-hewn name, this Meat Hook Wallet sports clean lines with a heat embossed Obey logo up top; this trifold also includes a detachable keychain with bottle opener.
A wallet for the 21st century, this sleek Aluminum Wallet has accordion-style pockets that can hold up to 10 cards. We also appreciate rounded corners, which minimize jabbing.
It’s likely worth more than the bills you’re carrying, but this upscale Nautilus Mechanical Money Clip includes both a functioning compass and enamel world map; it’s also rhodium plated.
Quiksilver’s Check Up Wallet is part 80s style graphics and part 1950s malt shop; this bifold is both screened and embossed, with a metal fleur-de-lis detail on the front.
We really dig the weathered leather appearance of this Powell Traveler Wallet by Fossil. It’s finished with contrast stitching and a horizontal cutout on the back, giving it modern appeal.
J.Fold’s Loungemaster wallet is sharp in black and orange, with a perforated leather exterior. It has eight microfiber bonded card slots, two hidden slots and a bill compartment.
Brixton’s Chord Wallet is a classic bifold with a twist: a small compartment for guitar picks makes this perfect for six string slingers. Includes plenty of card slots and a bill pocket.
Anything that minimizes travel hassles is fine by us. Made with black pigskin, this lockable travel wallet by Smythson features gold-stamped pockets for your docs and an extra zipper pocket.
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