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Old 08-31-2013, 05:31 PM   #41
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Old 08-31-2013, 05:39 PM   #42
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I've had this wallet for about 3 years now, looks new. Spend good money on a wallet, it will last you 10 years no problem.
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I've had this wallet for about 3 years now, looks new. Spend good money on a wallet, it will last you 10 years no problem.

"hey we have the same wallet"


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Old 08-31-2013, 09:40 PM   #46
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I've had this wallet for about 3 years now, looks new. Spend good money on a wallet, it will last you 10 years no problem.
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iDriftYou, just so you know, EVERY newfag / poor here hates me.

Newfags / poors, if you're looking for new people to hate me, iDriftYou spun out 3 times on a freeway on-ramp trying to drift in an Accord and was almost hit by a Semi truck
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iDriftYou, just so you know, EVERY newfag / poor here hates me.

Newfags / poors, if you're looking for new people to hate me, iDriftYou spun out 3 times on a freeway on-ramp trying to drift in an Accord and was almost hit by a Semi truck
catch a clue - everyone on this forum hates you.

on a side note, I wrapped my slimclip in carbon-fiber vinyl and it looks pretty damn pimp.
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Ordered the Park Sloper II today. I'll report back when it arrives.
I have one and absolutely love it. Perfect in every way.

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Bellroy Slim Sleeve, because Australian.


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Old 09-08-2013, 11:19 PM   #55
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Just bought that exact wallet. Same color, even.

It arrived in the mail yesterday. I give it a 7/10. The reviews are pretty spot on.

Seems pretty well made, and is the right size. It's a little tight right now (hard to even get credit cards and DL into their slots), but I'm sure will loosen up as it breaks in.

The pull tab is a neat gimmick, but does add some bulk to the wallet. I'm still a little on the fence about whether or not it's worth it.

The wallet is not cheap, but I looked for a little while not finding what I wanted in stores.
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I'm actually leaning toward the smaller version: http://www.etsy.com/listing/10752362...op_home_active

The listing claims it will hold 10 cards and bills. I need a DL, 3 credit cards, insurance card and a couple business cards.
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Louis Vuitton long wallet
It's quite tricky to get decent covert coat wallets. I've got a Montblanc Nightflight long wallet that I've had for a number of years - it's not held up well and I'm after something new. Nothing as brash as LV, mind, I'm after something a little more understated.
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This is what I have. Nice leather and thin profile - no George Costanza here.

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Ordered the Park Sloper II today. I'll report back when it arrives.
Hope you enjoy it!

I just treated mine with Saphir Reno (a fantastic shoe care product) and a good brush last night....looks even better after that.

Edit: By the way, you can get plenty of the little moleskine books through Amazon. They are pretty cheap.....I want to say $5-7 for a package of 3.
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Hope you enjoy it!

I just treated mine with Saphir Reno (a fantastic shoe care product) and a good brush last night....looks even better after that.

Edit: By the way, you can get plenty of the little moleskine books through Amazon. They are pretty cheap.....I want to say $5-7 for a package of 3.
Evolved, thanks for the recommendation. I had my wife get me one for Fathers day and its great. Just had to swap out my first notepad for a new one. Where do we get replacement pens when these die?

I went with ruled notepads when I got replacements and like them much better.

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