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Hardgraft Key Fold at
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?

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Noah Lambert Uni-fold Wallet at
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.

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Hard Graft Nero Zip Wallet at
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.

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Autum Dualist Wallet at
Autum Dualist Wallet

The guys at Autum brand push their minimalist approach to design so far that they even eliminated the n from their name. Hey, the N is silent anyway. They also shaved off every other non-essential feature on this ultra-slim 2-sided wallet / card sleeve. Made of American Horween leather with a powder-coated aluminum divider.

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Bellroy Travel Wallet at
Bellroy Travel Wallet

If you’re the “I lost my wallet” guy, don’t bother getting this one made specifically for travel. Replacing your lost cash, cards, & ID is one thing, but a lost passport or paper ticket in a foreign country is serious. If you’re not a loser though, you’ll appreciate this. It holds all your travel docs, including a special little pocket for your passport.

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Recycled Truck Tire iPhone/iPod Wallet at
Recycled Truck Tire iPhone/iPod Wallet

Most of us want nothing to do with used rubber. But those crazy kiwis aren’t scared. The crafty dudes at Auckland-based Luxford St. designs take discarded materials like used truck tire tubes and pool table felt and upcycle them into sweet accessories like this iPhone/iPod case.

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Recycled Tweed Coat Wallets at
Recycled Tweed Coat Wallets

Old men and Sherlock Holmes are the only guys who can really pull off wearing a herringbone tweed coat. But for those of us who want just a hint of the old haberdashery look, these wallets from San Diego-based Jetsam, made of recycled tweed suit coats, are a good, less itchy-scratchy option.

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Carbon Fiber Wallet at
Carbon Fiber Wallet

If you went through the time and trouble to outfit your daily driver with an aftermarket carbon fiber hood, you’ve possibly crossed the threshold into full douche mode. But if you just want to store your cards & cash in an ultralight, super durable carbon fiber wallet, well, that’s different. That’s not even remotely douchey.

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Game Worn MLB Jersey Wallets at
Game Worn MLB Jersey Wallets

If you’re a low profile guy who also happens to be a sports fan, it can be tough to show your team pride without looking like a billboard. These wallets, made from leather and genuine, game-used MLB team jerseys could be the thing. Each full-grain leather wallet features a small emboss of the team name and the wallet lining is made from jersey. Online authentication let’s you find out exactly which game your jersey played in.

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Mojave Picker’s Wallet at
Mojave Picker’s Wallet

Whether or not you need a little pocket for your guitar pick, this full-grain leather wallet from Atlanta’s Whipping Post brand could be your jam. It’s flat and durable with 3 card slots, a license compartment, and room for cash. Heard a rumor they’re developing the “poker’s wallet” next, featuring a condom pocket. Maybe you should wait for that one.

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