Start with what kind of leather wallet style you like—front-pocket wallet or traditional back pocket? Maybe you’re a suit-and-tie kind of guy who prefers an executive wallet to fit right in his inner jacket pocket (fancy)? We also have a clip style for the bare bones kind of guy who wants nothing more than the essentials: some cash and his ID. And we haven’t even gotten to discussing bifold or trifold options. https://i.pinimg.com/236x/0d/f3/76/0df376ef0096822504c5e6db4ec44026--bracelets-necklaces.jpg
"I like this case...Fits the XS well...I love the purpose of the case but hate the color black was the only option on sale and I can see why, when you touch the case it scuffs like white chalk marks, of course you can only get 2 cards n the slot and that's cool, I do like the way it fits my iphone to give it a slim sleek look and for a temporary case this is what I was looking for...This case is very functional and works well for obviating the need for a wallet in most cases"
The M-Clip V series falls into the latter category. If you're looking for a money clip, you can do no better. More than just a simple folded piece of metal, the V series has an opening mechanism. To add or remove something, you just slide the lever bars back, making the clip look a bit like a clothes pin. You pinch them to open the clip, and when you're done, slide them back down to close it.

Now that I travel with the family and I carry quite a bit. I carry not only my passport but my kids' passports, my wife's passport, multiple tickets, you know, baby pacifiers – no, actually they don't fit in this. But you can see this is my big travel wallet. And it looks nice. It holds a lot of information – credit cards, passports. It got zippers. So if I want to carry some loose change or I've got, you know, something small – I actually… https://i.pinimg.com/236x/0e/49/cd/0e49cdf4cd34e83eafb5c20286a2ec36.jpg
Bellroy is another popular option in this range, with high-quality leather and super slim profiles. What's more, their products come in a number of bright natural dyes like blue, burnt orange, and green, in addition to more traditional black and brown. Both their High Line and Low Down billfolds (around $80 each) can fit flat bills and two to 10 cards. Their Slim Sleeve (also around $80) is the smallest of these options, but requires folding up your bills. While they don't have Saddleback's 100-year warranty, they will cover you for three years. https://i.pinimg.com/originals/56/02/67/56026782b059dac323f83d70fcd940bb.jpg
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Now, if you're traveling a lot, and you're not necessarily in a suit, let's say you're in a little bit more casual gear, you don't want to go for a wallet like that. You actually need to carry a bit more. You can go for a three-fold wallet. And most of my wallets are made by Sams, and that by the way, good company. I think, I mean, they specialized in making this. And this one right here is more casual. It's made from lighter material. I used to use this one whenever I would travel very casually, a number of years ago. And you know, not only it will fit a passport, you can put your driver's license, you can put multiple other pieces of paper, your ticket, a few dollars, various amounts of money. Okay. https://i.pinimg.com/236x/1e/59/e2/1e59e27942f59bf615b80a1a02f73ded--outfit-shop-initials-inc.jpg
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