Bifold Wallet Reviews
Using magnets, the Ekster Modular Secretary wallet provides a bifold with a detachable card wallet, enabling a 2 for 1 Ekster bifold wallet option for heavy or light carry options.
I carried the Open Seas Leather Houbei wallet for over 6 weeks and it was as easy to enjoy as it was to carry. The quick access slot is the best feature backed up by an excellent cash wrap feature.
The Holtz Leather Gates wallet is very comfortable handmade wallet that’s easy to use, excellent card carry with a money clip, but therein lies the concern.
Made from calfskin on the exterior and full-grain veg tanned hide on the interior, the Fujitaka Thin Gusseted wallet provides excellent cash accommodations with limited cards, but is the Fujitaka wallet worth the expense?
Carrying coins daily is a reality in many parts of the world. The ROIK Zip Coin brings a coin carry option to a minimalist card and billfold pocket wallet
Carl Friedrik’s Weston Passport wallet is a luxury presentation for your passport, is very durable and provides basic card carry capabilities, but does it miss the mark?
With a removable carbon fiber money clip, the KORE Essential wallet provides 2 wallets in one, but together they provide a competent slim wallet, priced well to last.
Learning through various iterations of the Slim Sleeve wallet the Bellroy Slim Sleeve Premium Edition is the pinnacle of the design, so does it hit perfection?
It’s hard not to like the slimness of the Airo Collective Stealth wallet, and all that was missing were more materials! With the leather version out, you can be super slim while still enjoying the smell and feel of leather!
If you want a traveling wallet that’s almost as small as popular minimalist bifolds, but fits ALL currencies without needing to fold notes, then pickup the Pioneer Carry Altitude wallet. It’s amazing!
If there’s anything that cements my perception through this Serman Brands 2.0 review is they know how to balance quality, usability and price in their wallets
Solid and functional, the Nutsac Clipster wallet review shows the good and the areas of improvement needed. Overall, it’s a competent wallet with great capacity and interesting cash clip layout is attractive for organization, segregation of cash and cards and usability.
Exotic leather isn’t something to be afraid of, many exotic leathers are from conservation minded operations sanctioned by the government. Dreadnought Leather’s Alligator Midwallet shows how elegance can be crafted using high quality leather, technique and presentation.
Why cant smell-o-vision be real!? The beautiful leather smell of the Popov Leather 5 Card Wallet is alluring enough to get one. But the perfectly functional dimensions, ease of use and amazing customer service makes this a great daily carry option.
The most impressive products using repurposed materials I’ve ever seen, the Elvis and Kresse Fire and Hyde Card holder provides easy to access card and cash slots in a very attractive and conversation capable offering.
Your answer is yes, pretty much the thinnest. That comes with compromises, but the Airo Stealth wallet is impressive no matter how you look at it. Cash and cards are easy to carry and you barely feel it in your pocket, what more could you ask for?
Using innovative 10XD ripstop fabric created for the Pioneer Carry Flyfold, it behaves and matures like leather, but is stronger than steel. Design or the needs of active individuals and those looking for a cool material offering, the Flyfold is what your astronaut friends would be carrying!
Wingback continues to introduce refined and well thought-out designs. The Wingback Winston wallet is no exception. With precise laser cut construction, it’s a perfect front pocket candidate.
The mystical nature of the Allett Leather Original wallet to take loads of cards and cash and make them disappear into a thin wallet is amazing.
This DJIN wallet review brings to light all the creative features the Australian Koala-gear company built into this unique, minimalist wallet.
How can a simple bifold wallet with two card slots and a money clip be so intriguing? If you look closely at the Farrah Design The Wallet, you’ll see so much more.
The Kohlesack wallet provides some standard wallet functionality, albeit in an odd way. The question is if you’d buy it?
Ready to take on coin carry the Bellroy Coin Wallet packs in a lot of features, but in so doing makes it more of a thick, back pocket wallet. Are we ready for this?
Continuing their line of full grain veg tanned minimalistic wallets, in the Craft and Lore Insider wallet review we see how rugged simplicity provides a functional wallet that’s easy to use.
The Carl Friedrik Swanfield wallet is their most popular and for good reason, the Carl Friedrik quality is evident in every wallet, but problems being able to carry Euro’s in a European made wallet makes me scratch my head.
You might take issue with some minor aspects of Ashland Leather wallets, but if you’re a fan of good leather, great construction, functional excellence and attention to details, you’ll love the Tony the Ant wallet.
The Bellroy Apex Slim Sleeve wallet ventures into new visual, functional and manufacturing design. Blazing the path for what we could begin to see in the future from Bellroy, there are some shortcomings and a disappointment in the quality.
Made in Spain, the Harber London wallet, bifold in this case, is a competent wallet with many features you’d find in competitive offerings, but it is expensive.
Handmade from Tochigi leather in Japan, the Chisotoyama Gallery wallet/coin pouch combination is an interesting take on extending the long-loved pinch to open, mechanical coin pouch.
Created to be easy to use in a small footprint with reasonable capacity in mind, the ROIK City wallet has created a nice looking design that’s truly functional.