Wallets are supposed to be slim and minimalist, especially since the use of cash is quickly fading from our system.
Most people today operate with credit cards and debit cards, and that is basically all that they carry in their wallets.
It therefore makes no sense to have a huge wallet in your pocket.
The only thing worse than having a huge wallet bulging through your pants is having to carry heavy coins around. Coins keep making that irritating jangling noise in your pocket, and also make your pockets feel very heavy.
Not to mention the fact that coins easily fall out of your pocket whenever you engage in some high energy activities, or even just sit on the ground.
So what can you do about your coins?
Continue reading 7 Places to Keep Coins When Having a Minimalist Wallet
When I first heard of a front pocket wallet, I was thinking that it was just another one of those hipster things that people just want to happen. I scoffed the idea at first while quietly reassuring my back pocket wallet that I will never ever let it go.
But the more I read about front pocket wallets, I realized that its not just going to be a fad. It’s not like Friendster that we all remember as a “phase”.
There really are some legitimate points on why front pocket wallets are better than the regular back pocket wallet.
Just to be clear. I was once a non-believer like you. Although it pains me to say it, I am a convert.
Continue reading 8 Reasons to Start Using a Front Pocket Wallet in 2022?
If you are in the market for new leather product, you might have realized by now that you can no longer just approach the counter and ask for a real leather product.
There are a number of different kinds of leather for different purposes.
Even the labels of different products can be confusing.
If you’ve been doing some window shopping on Amazon or eBay, you might have encountered the terms PU and genuine leather. Last time you checked, there was only one kind of leather, so what gives?
In this article we will give answer of the question is PU leather real leather?
Continue reading What is the difference between PU leather and real leather?
When talking about men’s wallets, we always imagine this fat piece of leather that seems to be bulging from a man’s behind. While that is the general or traditional view of a man’s wallet, not all wallets should look like that.
If you ask the experts, your wallet shouldn’t even look like that. Not only is it uncomfortable and unsafe, it can also cause you health problems. Now, I know that we all want to be healthy but the contents of a wallet should be a priority for everyone. After all, it’s our version of “Batman’s Utility Belt”. But is the bulky wallet still the best way to go?
Continue reading 6 Things You Should Have in Your Wallet
A wallet is a man’s best friend.
Well, not really.
But really close.
If you try to think about it, it’s the closest we can get to having Batman’s utility belt. Everything you can ever need to survive the modern world in one small piece of leather.
But before we go into details, do we even have a formal and worldwide accepted definition of what a wallet is? Growing up, a wallet was just something you put paper money in. It wasn’t the best definition out there but it actually makes sense. Continue reading Top 5 Men’s Wallet Styles
When I was a bit younger. It never really occurred to me that a wallet can be kept on other pockets aside from the back pocket. I’ve seen it from my grandfather, uncles, father, and even older cousins and brother. They all kept their wallets in their back pockets.
So I followed suit. I was 15 when I got my very first leather wallet and it went directly into my back pocket. I’ve always done this ever since. Well, up until I was 23 years old when I saw somebody in the bus carry a big bulging piece of leather in their front pockets.
It was a mystery at first. Front pocket-ers are quite rare. But I approached the fellow and he was a fairly pleasant soul. When I asked him about why he kept his wallet that way, he just gave me a short but memorable reply.
Continue reading Front Pocket or Back Pocket: Where Should You Keep Your Wallet?