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- 80% Leather, 20% Polyester
- Dry Clean Only
- Rich oil tanned cowhide
- Main gusset compartment
- 3 card slots
- I.D. Window
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Rich Oil Tanned Cowhide Regatta Front Pocket Get-Away features a main gusset compartment, 3 card slots and an I.D. window.
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I also purchased the Paul & Taylor Mens Leather Front Pocket Credit Card ID Holder Wallet and the Paul & Taylor ended up being the better solution for me. Although the Paul & Taylor wallet requires you to be disciplined about what you carry in your wallet, like not carrying all your receipts from last year, the benefits of having a super slim and easy to manage wallet are your rewards. However, if you want to keep miscellaneous items with you, the Dopp wallet has a center section that is open on a long side and short side for you to fill with any amount of cards, paper and cash up to about a half inch if you really pack it. Also, the leather of the Dopp has a sheen to it and does not have that super soft feeling with matte appearance like the Paul & Taylor if that's your preference. The other critical detail is the I.D. window. The Dopp seems much larger and looser to me and the plastic is glued on while the Paul & Taylor feels initially tight and is sewn at the edges. However, I had to clean out glue from the slots from the Paul & Taylor to get my cards to slide all the way in. While doing this cleaning, I actually removed the glued-in Paul & Taylor product tag. The Dopp tag is sewn in, but sewn into the center section which could be a bonus or a hindrance. If you are searching for a gift, the Dopp comes in a presentable retail box while the Paul & Taylor arrived in a plastic baggie. Although with the price difference, you could get a nice gift box for this well priced wallet. I paid $8.99 for Paul & Taylor and $18.58 for Dopp including shipping.
However, is it an exceptional wallet? In my honest opinion, no. It just looks like a regular leather wallet, nothing special in any sense of the word. I can't exactly say if it's well made, as I've only had it for a month and I tend to handle my items with great care. What I'm trying to say is, the wallet has no special significant design to it that would make one think "wow, this is cool, I bet my friend would like to see this". I know that sounds corny, but it looks like a plain boring wallet I'd find at the flea market.
Anyhow. I'll list my other thoughts:
1. It is thin but I think anyone that ventures into thin wallets should check out transparent plastic wallet inserts, you can insert them into your current wallet or in this case, use it as a wallet. My dad has one and it's durable, significantly cheaper, but best of all, it's even thinner than this wallet. Search for it. I mean, the reason I bought this was because of the thought of a less bulky wallet, so if that's your main goal, get a plastic wallet which does pretty much what this wallet does in general, but is much thinner. I was showing this wallet off to my dad and he laughed and took his out. Only thing is that this wallet looks a tad better since it's leather, which was why I'm sticking to mines since I care a bit about both, but if you just want a thin wallet, then get the plastic insert. Definitely check it out, it's about 5 dollars.
2. I'm not fond of how my ID easily shifts around in the ID pocket. It doesn't slip out all the way, but it tends to look crooked and I have to push it so it settles all the way back in again. Small issue until you find out that you now have another useless side habit. More things to think about, even though small, adds up.
3. You sort of have to watch out when it comes to how many bills you can put in there. If you don't watch out, you end up with a bulky wallet. Like for example, you go out with (3) 20 dollar bills. Buy some minor stuff and you get tons of smaller bills, folded in half and stuffed in there. Issue here is, if you stuff it all in your wallet, it'll defeat the purpose of a thin wallet. At least with a regular wallet, you've already acknowledged the undeniable bulk so it doesn't bother you if there's a bit more. With this thin wallet, you'll have to think twice. I find myself having to put all that extra change into my pocket instead of my wallet. A bunch of bills folded in half, stuffed in your wallet becomes an eyesore and troublesome to go through when you're at the cash register trying to count your money to pay the guy/gal, in comparison to a normal wallet in which everything is laid out straight and flat. So my advice here is to carry this wallet in your pocket, but also bring your normal wallet and put it either in the car or in your backpack etc.
I know, I'm a bit hypercritical, but you'd be surprise how sometimes, the smallest issues are the biggest problems to deal with, especially in the long run.
21 dollars for this is alright. Not impressed, but it still beats a regular wallet, especially for those that can't stand bulk.
This wallet doesn't impress me in terms of how thin it is or it's craftsmanship or design. It's just an okay wallet for me.
I regularly and comfortably carry:
Two IDs, two CCs, one/two club cards, insurance card, 4-8 business cards, 5+ bills and the wallet stays small.
If you're toting 12+ bills it gets a bit fat but I seldom do.
Great wallet at a fantastic price.