Minimalist wallets handmade from full-grain goat leather, waxed linen thread, and woven braided elastic by a couple in Spain.
Soft, durable wallets that are handcrafted from start to finish.
A cash-only wallet made from a single piece of full-grain Horween Chromexcel leather.
A casual yet sophisticated wallet handcrafted from Argentine woven fabric and Italian calfskin.
A tough, well-designed wallet that’s plenty spacious enough inside to carry your cards, coins, cash, and even smartphone (wallet sizes vary).
A wallet that proves you can be a minimalist without sacrificing style or functionality.
The awesomely slim elastic wallet, now in two new eye-catching colors.
A Japanese-made camel-hide leather wallet with interior coin pouch.
Full-grain leather wallet that also holds a memo book or passport.
A beautiful way of carrying your small stuff.
Handsome and minimal wallet for those who sometimes need to jot down ideas, wherever and whenever they strike.
A simple and functional four-pocket leather card case that will only get better with time.
Guitarists need simple wallets too, y’know.
This Kickstarter project aims to create awesome wallets and iPhone cases out of repurposed fire hose material, along with leather and rubber.
The Decadent Minimalist One (DM1) is a striking wallet machined from a single billet of aircraft-grade 7075-T6 aluminum. No screws, no rivets, no straps, no elastic, no velcro, no rubber bands, no moving parts—just metal.
Hard Graft’s leather-and-wool Mighty Phone Fold Wallet is a redesigned version of their Phone Fold Wallet, now able to fit the new iPhone 6 and more cards/cash.
If you’re like us and enjoy quality leather bags and such, you know how important it is to properly care for and maintain the leather’s finish over time. Chamberlain’s Leather Milk is the right tool for the job, and is even what Saddleback Leather recommends for their products. There are actually five versions of the stuff, each with a different purpose: No.…
This distressed leather case from Etsy shop JooJoobs gives your iPhone 5/5s a handsome, rustic look while providing some protection from damage. The stitching is all done by hand, and there’s a convenient credit card slot on the back. The JooJoobs shop is based out of Chiang Mai, Thailand, so this case goes for about $24 + $6 shipping to the U.S.