Follow Us:
RSS









   GIFT IDEAS FOR MEN UNDER $50   |   MAN FOOD   |   BEST BOOKS FOR MEN   |   KILLER FLICKS



Dosh Blade Wallet at werd.com
Dosh Blade Wallet

It could almost pass for a pager but it’s actually an ultra-slim wallet built around Dosh’s trademark stainless steel money clip. For those who prefer clutter-free pockets, the soft, TPU sleeve features two card slots. Cash, cards, what else do you really need?

BUY IT   $36 Also posted in Gear

Pelican ProGear Sport Wallet at werd.com
Pelican ProGear Sport Wallet

Pelican makes the original bombproof, waterproof camera & equipment cases used by photogs, filmers, & media pros. Now they’re making a slim sports wallet with the same crushproof characteristics. If you happen to go overboard on your next outing, your cash and cards will be safe.

BUY IT   $29.95 Also posted in Gear

Jaqet Blaq Landscape Wallet at werd.com
Jaqet Blaq Landscape Wallet

This wallet is pretty edgy. First off, it opens from the top. Secondly, it’s blaq. Which is a more Scandinavian form of black. Surprisingly, this and all Jaqet leather products are actually handmade right here in Qalifornia.

BUY IT   $95 Also posted in Gear

Slim Timber Wood Wallet at werd.com
Slim Timber Wood Wallet

If these wooden wallets kind of remind you of that wooden one-hitter called a Dugout, you’re not alone. But instead of a brass bat and some heady nugs, these are made for carrying cards and cash. Made from a single piece of maple or walnut, they hold up to 8 credit cards and feature a leather strap magnetic closure.

BUY IT   $45 Also posted in Gear

Stewart Stand Stainless Steel Wallets at werd.com
Stewart Stand Stainless Steel Wallets

Stainless steel is pretty much indestructible, which is a perfect material for something that spends most of its life near your ass. In addition to being ass-proof, these wallets, made from smooth, stainless steel fabric and trimmed with ballistic nylon are constructed from 85% recycled materials.

BUY IT   $38-72 Also posted in Gear

Coach Vintage Baseball Glove Billfold at werd.com
Coach Vintage Baseball Glove Billfold

When you see their whole storefront at the mall displaying gaudy, over-sized women’s handbags in colors like fuschia and coral, baseball isn’t the first thing that comes to mind. But Coach Leatherware actually got its start using baseball glove leathers. It make sense, they’re soft, durable and get better with age. Now Coach has released a new collection of baseball inspired products like this glove leather billfold. Nope, definitely not available in fuschia.

BUY IT   $348 Also posted in Gear

Vim Beget Cervidae VT Wallet at werd.com
Vim Beget Cervidae VT Wallet

This unique, totally handmade accordian-style 5-pocket wallet, from Vim Beget mixes premium vegetable-tanned leather and construction with obvious military styling. Pop the two Lift-The-Dot snaps and it opens up to reveal compartments for cash, cards, coins, condoms, and whatever else you carry.

BUY IT   $225 Also posted in Gear

Hardgraft Key Fold at werd.com
Hardgraft Key Fold

The Key Fold from Hardgraft is made of premium leather and 100% wool felt and does exactly what the name implies. It folds and snaps shut to keep your keys from jingling around in your pocket like an off-duty janitor. It could even prevent your keys from jabbing you in the junk. And seriously, who doesn’t want to avoid that?

BUY IT   $26 Also posted in Gear

Noah Lambert Uni-fold Wallet at werd.com
Noah Lambert Uni-fold Wallet

Talk about minimalist. This wallet, handmade from 5 oz. vegetable tanned American bridle leather is so simple it’s astounding. One piece of leather, two hand-sewn seams. That’s it.

BUY IT   $90 Also posted in Gear

Hard Graft Nero Zip Wallet at werd.com
Hard Graft Nero Zip Wallet

Don’t let the process of wallet selection take up too much time in your life. This slim, modest little unit is handmade with genuine leather and British wool felt. It’s got a pocket for coins. Unless you’re one of those coin jingler types, this wallet has your back pocket written all over it.

BUY IT   $150 Also posted in Gear
  1. 1
  2. 2
  3. 3
  4. 4