The Wallet For Those of Us Who Don’t Use Wallets

News / Sunday, February 13th, 2011

I travel light and haven’t used a wallet for several years. They are too bulky and I don’t like having a back pocket full of stuff. I tend to place my cash and credit cards in my interior jacket pocket for easy access and to keep my tailored look clean and smooth.

Sometimes it’s a pain keeping cash and cards separate without having to pull out everything so the William Wallet might be a nice way of keeping things light and tight. It’s got a simple and sophisticated look and the price isn’t too bad.

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William Wallet

There are minimalist wallets, and then there’s the William Wallet ($30). Crafted from 18 Gauge 6061 alloy aluminum panels, this simple wallet’s front and rear panels are held together with a latex rubber shock cord and metal u-pin closure, letting you keep your cards and cash safely inside while sticking important cards on the outside for quick access. Available in a variety of finishes, including matte black, glossy red, and our favorite, the “industrial scratch and satin gloss.”


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