All of our men's leather wallets wallets don’t just look good, but also incorporate full RFID* protection for all your credit and debit cards held within, so you can carry on your everyday tasks with complete peace of mind that your hard-earned money is safe!
Our genuine leather wallets are all beautifully designed, so they all have instant visual appeal. The soft handle of the leather is tactile and exudes quality.
As well as being stylish and refined, our wallets are robust and extremely practical.
Options include simple card holders, bi-fold and tri-fold styles, with or without coin holders and with different combinations of card slots and banknote storage.
When selecting one of our beautiful leather wallets, you will have a choice of popular, classic colours. Classic black, of course, and a rich dark brown are essential traditional colours for our gents’ wallet collection.
We also offer a stylish tan colour as a lighter alternative to traditional brown. Interestingly, the name “tan” is derived from “tannum” (oak bark), used in the tanning of leather and dating back to the year 1590.
Internally, all of our leather wallets are suitably lined and some exhibit highlight colours such as orange, blue and lime green.
The choice is yours, depending on the number of cards you wish to carry with you, whether or not you choose to enclose coins and what other items you wish to keep in your wallet – notes, receipts, etc. All are pocket sized, making them easy to carry and to access.
Our wallets are not only attractive, but designed to last, as only the finest leather is used in their manufacture.
We’re sure that your will enjoy choosing a wallet for yourself or as a gift – with so many styles, combinations and colours to choose from, the only difficulty will be deciding which one you would like to have!
Men’s leather wallets
For something we use almost every day, wallets are a seldom considered purchase. It usually takes having your current wallet lost, stolen, or battered to pieces before any impulse arises to buy a new one. Perhaps it has to do with the deeply personal relationship that we have with our wallets – or simply that shopping for a new one can be tiresome.
After all, there are countless brands to choose from, each offering their own myriad of options. But given how valuable an investment a wallet tends to be, it’s worth taking the time to find the best version of the accessory for your budget and needs. The time has come to part ways with your chunky tri-fold or velcro wallet from childhood.
If you’re looking for a quality piece to serve you for years to come, check out the following tips for choosing the right men’s wallet.
Know What to Look For
Let’s begin by outlining the three main types of wallets that are available. The first category comprises slim wallets that typically feature sleek, minimalist designs. These have quickly become the most trendy options as our need to carry around cash and coins falls away, along with the digitization of cards and the rise of contactless payments.
The second type of wallet is more practical, with a bigger emphasis on function as opposed to form. Key features can include numerous card slots, coin compartments and technical features like RFID blocking, which is becoming more and more important in the modern world of cybercrime and identity theft.
A potential drawback with utilitarian wallets is that in order to accommodate their features, they need to be larger, thus sacrificing some degree of portability.
Finally, there are wallets where build quality and materials are the top priority. Advancements in manufacturing have led to an increased use of innovative materials that you wouldn’t find on wallets in the past, such as metal and wood.
This third category can incorporate elements from either of the former two depending on what it’s made from, as the material is in large part responsible for the size and functionality of the wallet. Of course, there are other factors to keep in mind, such as price and use cases. We’ll explore these aspects in the guidelines below.
Aim for Simplicity
Your wallet is one thing that’s best kept simple. After all, you carry it around with you daily, so less is more here. Therefore, it’s wise to take a look at what you put in your wallet before starting your search. Most of us have a slew of cards that aren’t always as essential as we might think they are.
Try laying everything out on a table. Then, identify the cards you use most often. As for the rest, it may be better to have them make a cameo appearance when necessary. You could even digitize a few by linking them to your Apple or Google Wallet, thus eliminating the need to carry them altogether.
With (hopefully) less cards to stuff into your next wallet, you can now choose one that’s slimmer and more portable. The kind of wallets that fit into the first category we discussed tend to be the most versatile and attractive, suitable for both formal and casual occasions; so, it’s worth looking into how you can cut down on your everyday carry.
Choose the Right Size
Now that you know approximately how much room you’ll need, you can begin exploring an appropriate style. If you still have a lot of cards and you can’t forgo physical currency, a tri-fold wallet might be in order. If you can get by with just a few cards, a bi-fold should suffice. If you happen to only carry cash, then be sure to consider a money clip.
The type of material you opt for is also important. While men’s leather wallets have long stood as the standard choice, there are far more available today. And that’s not to say all leather is made equal, either. Cheap leather wallets are bound to fall apart and lose what supple quality they have over time.
On the other hand, leather wallets in the mid to high price ranges can develop a pleasant patina and unique character as they age, which can soften the leather as well. If you’re less inclined towards leather, there are other options, including canvas, cotton, and polyester. Each has its own benefits and drawbacks.
In any case, you’ll want something that opens with a zip or similar mechanism – so long as it’s not the cringe-inducing sound of velcro. One final consideration is durability. If your wallet is prone to getting wet, you might want to look into a weather-resistant option that safeguards your cards and cash from water damage.
In general, leather wallets are a long-term investment and not something you want to deal with replacing every few months or even years. There’s also a significant difference between a 10 dollar wallet and a 100 dollar wallet. Be sure to invest in something that will last.
When it comes to finding the right brand, the internet is your friend. There are plenty of articles and websites dedicated to comparing the best wallet manufacturers, as well as an ample collection of consumer reviews to scroll through. If you don’t know the brand and struggle to find any reliable information about them, it’s probably best to keep looking.
There aren’t many people for whom the best wallet color would be green or pink. If you spend any time in an office or business suit, chances are that a more simple, subdued (and versatile) color is the way to go. You want something that works no matter where you are or what you’re wearing – think black, brown or navy blue.
One final consideration to keep in mind is RFID-blocking. It might not seem important, but it’s a feature worth having as you never know when you could fall victim to identity theft. This, coupled with the above guidelines, should help you find the ideal wallet for your needs.