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Shinola Bifold Wallet

Some wallets arrive fully-formed, with patterns or finishes that you hope will hold up to years of use. The Shinola Bifold Wallet arrives ready to transform. Made in the USA from premium, vegetable-tanned Horween leather, each wallet is individually numbered, offers two card slots and a single billfold compartment, and features a rich natural finish that will gain a unique patina and character over time — just like the person who carries it. Advertisement

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  • Machine Era Wallet

    Rethink the way you carry with the Machine Era Wallet ($28-$45). Machined from a solid piece of metal — either aluminum or brass — they keep all your stuff in place with an elastic band. At just a quarter inch of thickness, they barely make a dent in your pocket (but, don't think that means they sacrifice durability). The aluminum wallet comes in a flat black finish, and is the cheaper and lighter of the two. The brass wallet is heavier, and comes unfinished, allowing the metal to age to a nice patina. Both are manufactured right here in the USA.

  • Zippo Stainless Steel Wallet

    Zippo knows an awful lot about making metal things that go in your pockets, so when we heard they were working on a wallet, we were rightly intrigued. The Zippo Stainless Steel Wallet ($50) looks great and does double duty as a tin foil hat, using its stainless steel outer shell to protect against RF theft. It also features a flexible polymer body, six credit card slots, an ID window, and a money pocket. At 1 cm thick, it's right on the border of being front pocketable, so we'll leave that decision up to you.