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Wallets That Fit The Bill – But Won’t Break The Bank

A wise man once said “ I just purchased a wallet, and now I have nothing to put into it.” Okay, maybe that’s not a real quote, but as much as we admire and respect the handsome craftsmanship of a $1,300 Hermès wallet, there is absolutely nothing worse than buying something that holds your money- and having nothing left to put in it. Actually, there is something worse, having your wallet stolen, or losing a wallet that costs more than the items inside. That is why we are bringing you a neat selection of wallets at an affordable price. They’re basically a steal.

Bison Made’s medium sized wallet is handmade in the USA with no glue, rubber, lining, no nonsense.  – $110

-Feeling a little green these days? We hope not. But this green leather wallet is perfect for fall. – $95

-Speaking of color…if you’re the kinda guy that needs a little extra security – and by security we mean a zipper so all that left over change doesn’t fall out, look no further than this Comme des Garçon wallet with a blue metal zipper. – $135

-J. Crew does a great job at sticking to the basics. This wallet is classic. Beautiful brown leather, eight card slots, cash sleeve, two receipt pouches – and for $45. Holy moly.

-We have to give some major props to Jack Spade. Remember those duct tape wallets you once tried to make? Well Spade is about to give you some major nostalgia. Fine grain calfskin + trompe l’oeil = 80 bucks. Check it out at Jack Spade online.

 

Stefan Doyno
Former Digital Trends Contributor
Stefan Doyno is a two-time Emmy-winning television producer who has worked for various shows at ABC News, including Good…
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