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Wallet Suggestions?

I am in the market for a decent wallet, any suggestions? I have been looking at this Filson wallet but am open to recommendations.

Here is Filson wallet I am interested in :
 
You can't go wrong with the Filson quality. IMO....all of their products are top notch. You could also look at the Mulholland Brothers wallets which are also great quality and hold up for a long time.

Cheers.
 
I've bought Bosca in the past and have been happy with them. However, my current wallet is a Tumi. It was soft and I didn't expect it to last more than a year or so, but I've been carrying it for over four years now. It wears like iron and I'll keep it until it dies. Am very much a fan of Tumi now.
 
I can recommend a few...

Braithwaite Wallets. I've used the cypress and raptured, and a fellow I know has the orpheus. They're well worth a look

http://www.braithwaitewallets.com/wallets

Saddleback Leather. They are pretty high profile lately. I don't actually have their wallets, but I have a bunch of their other stuff, and it is just flat out cool.

http://www.saddlebackleather.com/155-new-accessories-page

Stienhausen Money Clip. I have the older version of this. It is mostly meant for front pocket carry, but they are small like most money clips, but allow for several cards.

http://www.steinhausenonline.com/accessories/smart-money-clip-mg200.html

Hope these help!

Regards
Derek
 
I really like the small Saddleback one... Looks the goods :thumbup1:
I am thinking about picking one of them up, but don't know if I can get used to folding the money over. I like the size, but I think that I might be happier with the medium wallet (still I don't care much for thick wallets).
 
Go for a more stylish card holder and a money clip instead, for a larger wallet is my opinion.

GQ summarizes it pretty good here: http://www.gq.com/style/suit-guide/200604/rules-for-dressing-well-slideshow#slide=6.

"Thou shalt put your wallet on a diet!

Your wallet should not be as fat as a burrito. In fact, you should get rid of your wallet and, while you’re at it, trash all the receipts, video cards, and other unnecessary crap that’s stuffed in it. Buy an elegant, slim leather credit card holder and stock it with your essential cards. Then, fold your cash in a money clip. All that other nonsense can go in your desk drawer. You don’t need it."
 
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thanks, i was looking for a new wallet, and the saddleback bi fold sold it self,
only problem is that i got charged 18 bucks to have it shipped to spain.

i just need a place to carry my coins now,

btw : i liked the warranty alot,
100 yr. warranty. If it wears out before you do, we'll replace it for free. I know that's a big claim, but you'll understand when you get it.
 
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