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    Senior Member stopbarking's Avatar
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    I've got this wallet. It's held up really well for 2 years under my large behind. Some Etsy things are scary but this guy makes really good wallets. Might not be as thin as you want but it stays in the larger pockets of chef pants really well.

    As a bonus it has Hylian crest tooled on it!

    http://www.etsy.com/listing/15617162...shop_home_feat

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    I have this but in black and red interior. With the Aspinal sale it's affordable:
    http://www.aspinaloflondon.com/eshop...alt-blue-suede

    http://www.aspinaloflondon.com/eshop...ens-collection
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    Got one from my girlfriend. Not sure if it's exactly this one or from this vendor but it's the same design
    http://www.etsy.com/listing/15456142...r_feed_tlp=men

    Really like since I only have 5 cards and sometimes some bills. Minimalistic.

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    My wife bought me a Coach wallet; bifold with ID flap. I was reluctant at first, but must say, the buffalo hide leather has held up exceptionally well.
    The difference between try and triumph is a little "umph"! NO EXCUSES!!!!!!!
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    http://www.leather-works.ca/wallets/1.htm

    I came across this guy when I was driving the Cabot trail a couple of years ago. The version without the coin purse, obviously. It's great, doesn't even really show signs of wear yet.

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    Jaw leather makes some beautiful wallets.
    www.jawleathergoods.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by scotchef38 View Post
    Jaw leather makes some beautiful wallets.
    www.jawleathergoods.com
    I use one of his knife rolls and it is indeed well made.

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    You can see my wallet here, it was hand made for me by a maker is South Africa. The outside is Elephant and the inside is purple Kangaroo hide. It has six slots (Three on each side of the fold) for cards and a large slot in the back for bills.

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    I've had the same Ghurka 101 for years. in another 10 or 15 years, when it's worn out, I'll buy another Ghurka 101. I've had this wallet for 6 years or so, and the dye hasn't even thinned on the corners. My dad swore by his Ghurka 101, which he used since they came out originally, until he died in 2006 (it's around here, somewhere, but it's truly worn out, after two decades). I wish my (Italian) Vasques and my Rolex were as hard-wearing.

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    Nothing fancy, but I carry this. I HATE having a wallet, but always have my phone, so this makes sense. The "plastic" is fine to text and browse through, but I do have to take it out to talk on, sometimes it sticks and presses the screen ending the call or turning on speakerphone. It has enough slots for stuff like ID, insurance cards and a couple credit cards. I normally just crumple up my cash in my pocket (yeah I'm one of those guys, lol) so no need for a bill pocket.

    http://www.timbuk2.com/tb2/products/...cycling-wallet
    "This is grain, which any fool can eat, but for which the Lord intended a more divine means of consumption.. Beer!" -Robin Hood, Prince of Thieves, Friar Tuck

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