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    I have carried one of these for about ten years and I expect another ten. I haven't gone easy on mine, but it has held up really well, is quite slim but can carry more when you need it to and the money clip can be removed.
    http://www.tumi.com/product/index.js...MobileOptOut=1

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    Quote Originally Posted by GlassEye View Post
    I have carried one of these for about ten years and I expect another ten. I haven't gone easy on mine, but it has held up really well, is quite slim but can carry more when you need it to and the money clip can be removed.
    http://www.tumi.com/product/index.js...MobileOptOut=1
    gah..i dont know what i was thinking. my wallets are Tumi..not Coach. my bathroom supply kit is coach. duh.

    TUMI! glass, that one you showed was similar to my last one..mine now is the same, just textured leather.

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    J Folds are really nice too. Very worth checking out.

    http://shop.jfold.com/accessories

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    Inexpensive (~$15), one of the thinnest around, and will hold your six cards and more. All-Ett Sport Wallet:

    http://www.amazon.com/Sport-wallet-A...ywords=ALL-ETT



    I've carried one for the last six years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GlassEye View Post
    I have carried one of these for about ten years and I expect another ten. I haven't gone easy on mine, but it has held up really well, is quite slim but can carry more when you need it to and the money clip can be removed.
    http://www.tumi.com/product/index.js...MobileOptOut=1
    I carried this exact wallet for about 5 years, but it ended up breaking on the clip. My wife got me a beautiful, thin Danier one, much like it, and before I had a chance to use it, I got my department issued one with my badge. I'm sometimes tempted to go to the Danier wallet, but for now I'll stick with the card and badge holder.
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    I don't carry a wallet per se, but I have something that takes the place of it and more than meets my needs. Oh yeah, it is bombproof too:

    http://www.etsy.com/listing/10428201...earch_type=all
    Jason

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim View Post
    stewart/stand I have this one and like it a lot. They also make them in all Stainless fabric-

    those stainless ones looks cool! Plus they shield rfid equipped cards. I wonder if they'd mess will the mag strip over time though...
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    I saw a Groupon deal on Big Skinny wallet a month or two ago, the reviews for it is decent. They advertise "ultra-thin nylon microfiber material 10 times thinner & lighter than leather". I was gonna get one, but the Groupon expired, and I didn't want it anymore, haha.

    http://www.bigskinny.net/

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    I use a Billy Kirk wallet (picture below). It is a bi-fold that only holds cards, and I have stopped carrying cash completely. Once you stop carrying cash, the wallet options are even more, and you will love the light weight minimalist wallet approach. I haven't carried cash on me for three now and it has only made things difficult less than five times during that time. I carry five cards: a visa, an amex, my driver license, a health insurance card and ATM card for special occasions when I need cash.

    I also gave up wearing a watch at the same time. Free yourself.

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