Bold & rugged, this minimalist EDC wallet is for those who know what's what and need their gear to perform when called upon, but melt away for comfortable all-day wear.
This, my friend, is the wallet for big card users. Some can walk the world with 2 or 3 cards – but not you. With capacity for up to 10 cards and still room for some ready cash, you are set for whatever comes.
When you know your own awesomeness, you need gear with equal confidence. Enter, The Gripper!
It's super easy to retrieve just the card you need. Put the cards in the order that makes the most sense to you, deal one off the top, or push them all out a bit and fan for the one you want!
The problem with most card sleeves is that they are sized to fit a set number of cards. Once you carry that way for a while, if you want to go out with one or two fewer cards, the others might just fall out.
Cardholders are usually sewn on either side to hold them together which makes the sleeve wider than the cards, but I wanted a small leather card wallet as close to the size of the cards as possible.
It may seem like a small difference but I thought there had to be a way to hold the cards together without gaining extra width, and with The Gripper, that is exactly what you get!
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The Gripper is made with materials from fine American companies such as genuine Horween Dublin leather, since 1905 right in Chicago, Illinois.
• Same size as a credit card – no extra width for seams • Quality snap closure keeps cards in whether you have a full load or just a couple • Solid copper rivets are smooth, so they don't hang up in your pocket • Made by hand in the USA
I used to carry all my cards etc. in an elastic band, but they keep wearing out. This is really an upgrade! Most importantly, this wallet holds whatever I put in it with no fear of it falling out if it goes upside down in my pocket. But I also just love looking at it!
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