I remember as a kid the brick of a wallet my dad used to pull out of his back pocket every night when he got home from work. Half receipts, half old hunting licenses all jammed into a piece of leather so stretched out that I think even the original cow it came off of would have been impressed by it. Every pair of jeans had the same off canter wear pattern in it for the way this wallet sat as he worked and drove. It's really no wonder the man had a bad back. Thank God times have changed...
With pocket space at a premium, and pants slimmer than ever the need to make your EDC as compact as ever has never been more prevalent. I've seen and tried a slew of slim wallets out there, but they all lacked something I needed: organization. Just having everything in one large slot meant taking it all out and shuffling through the deck to find the right card or ID. The next step up were slim bifold, which made things too bulky for my liking, so I hit the workbench and came up with this: the Tucker wallet.
Named after my Dad, and the fact that it's so slim you can tuck it just about anywhere, this wallet has been a constant companion of mine for a year now. During that time I released a few out to people to try and test, and they're STILL using them. A testament to getting its right.
Constructed in the same bullet-proof manner as our PocKits, these wallets are crafted from 1000D Cordura brand Nylon, Mil-spec tapes and thread you can rest assured that this wallet will take whatever you can throw at it. Edging on both sides means it sits unobtrusively in your pocket without disturbing the silhouette of even the most tailored pants. Three slots allow you to organize things the way you want. I keep credit cards in the front, ID in the middle and some cash in the back, but you'll find your own system. The best part? IT FITS IN THE LARGE FRONT SLASH OF OUR ORIGINAL AND PRO MODEL POCKITS making for the most complete and compact EDC organizer system out there today!
At this price, and with colors to match ALL of our PocKit models, isn't it time to take your organization to the next level?
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