Extending the carry test longer than usual, the Kinzd Slim Wallet developed a great patina over 8 months and held up without any concerns.
(if you want to see all the features and how many cards and cash it can hold, please watch the video)
Because of COVID and all the changes that were going on, I didn’t want to lose something else that was comfortable for me, so I kept the same wallet for eight months. You haven’t seen my face for a while. I’m Sydney and I do long-term carries, and I’m my dad’s daughter.
Honestly, with everything going on I just didn’t want to change wallets. I’ve been carrying the Kinzd slim wallet for almost nine months.
As far as my likes and dislikes about this wallet, I will start with my likes. I really liked this wallet because it was so compact. It’s so small. I can hold it in one hand easily and my hands are not large. I would usually put it in my jacket pocket or my pants, or throw it in my backpack, because I don’t carry a purse. I did like how my ID was very visible. If I needed to show my ID, I could quickly slide it out, without having to wiggle it out.
I did like how it had a full billfold pocket for cash. Useful for not only cash, I could also fit some cards there without it feeling overly stuffed or sticking out.
As far as dislikes go, when I wanted to get my cards out the middle slot was difficult, and the slots don’t stagger very well, so getting to a card behind the others takes a bit of digging. .
But other than those items, I actually didn’t have too many complaints or issues with this wallet. Overall, I really enjoyed it and if you look really close, I have some beautiful wear-and-tear of this leather, nice patina and I love it. I would suggest this wallet to anybody, and I’m actually really sad to have to be moving on to my next wallet.