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A design that will only get better with time.
The Florentine leather-goods specialist has distilled form and function in an exquisitely understated wallet comprising four card slots, three compartments to hold receipts and other ephemera, a banknote compartment and a zipped coin pocket.
Best of all, the natural vegetable-tanned cowhide will develop a handsome patina—a design that will only get better with time.
Slim enough to fit in your dinner jacket
Sleek and simple, this full-grain leather wallet has a gilded money clip to keep loose bills in place and easily accessible. It’s slim enough to fit in your dinner jacket, too.
For those who travel light
For those who travel light, Berluti’s compact cardholder is the one for you. In hand-burnished leather, it has a vintage feel and enough slots for six cards, slipping neatly into your jacket or pants pocket.
More of the outdoorsy type?
Porter’s nylon wallets are durable and rain-proof—ideal if you do a lot of traveling or sports. The cult Japanese accessories brand carries plenty of street-cred, too.
striking by its unique denim blue hue
This graphic riff on Bottega Veneta’s signature interecciato woven leather is distinctly modern and made all the more striking by its unique denim blue hue.
In terms of practicality, this model also features a coin purse to hold all those pennies one inevitably collects.
Just the right balance of swagger and sophistication.
Want to go croc without actually going full croc? This slim bifold features a glossy, crocodile-embossed leather exterior and a smooth calfskin interior with ample storage slots.
Ensure your cash is both safe and hard to misplace.
With its zip closure and high-vis orange color, this wallet will ensure your cash is both safe and hard to misplace.
The interior doubles down on the neon party, including a practical coin purse.
An air of the London gentleman
Available in a variety of colors, Ettinger’s bridle hide wallet has been a favorite since the 1930s.
It has an air of the London gentleman about it, with petrol blue leather adding a dash of irreverence to its elegant simplicity.
Crafted in London using supple Tuscan leather, Bennett Winch’s wallet is an understated essential.
Despite its compact size, it’s surprisingly roomy with space for eight cards and cash.