Zipper Wallet Reviews
No matter where you search for a zipper wallet, the WaterField Finn Access wallet always floats to the top of the list. But does it really tick all the boxes for the near perfect zipper wallet for everyday carry?
Pushing the limits, the Bellroy Card Pocket Zipper wallet designers made it as small as functionally possible. Outside of a one usability issue, it works pretty well and is a great front pocket wallet for cards, cash, coins and even a SIM card.
Made from durable Cordura ballistic nylon, the Aer Card Holder wallet can handle any abuse you can throw at it. Sophisticated enough to be used in a business setting, but tough enough to handle travel, camping or a day at the beach, you’ll love the capacity….if you’re okay with the length.
Undivided has a very simple, small and easy to use zipper wallet that is not your typical zipper wallet. But is something so small easy to use? The answer is a quick yes and that simplicity is what makes this not your usually bulky zipper wallet.
Available on the Etsy equivalent of Japan, individual maker En Enishi produces wonderful leather products including this Horween leather L-shaped leather zipper wallet. With extensive features on the interior, the amazing quality makes this a long-term durable wallet.
Cards, cash, coins, keys and more can be placed in the NODUS coin zipper wallet. In a small footprint, it can carry up to 16 cards along with anything else you’d like without acting like you’re a pocket hoarder. The full-grain, veg tanned Italian leather is soft, smells great and the zipper acts like it will be around for a while.
Excited to get into the Anson Calder Cash Zipper wallet, the lack of design thought on the interior, funky leather smell, and overreach on price turned me off a bit. That said, the quality of the exterior leather, craftsmanship and durable zipper still makes this one of the best zipper wallets on the market.
Done right, zipper wallets are a GREAT choice. Usually, they’re for the hoarders who can’t part with things they like to carry, but Vaultskin’s Notting Hill had a lot of thought put into its design and it shows.