Possibly the ultimate minimalist wallet, the Spine is genius in its simplicity. You see, it’s constructed solely of two parts: a metallic plate (which offers RFID blocking technology) and a rugged elastic band (to hold all your cards and cash). In spite of its simplicity, it can still carry up to 10 cards, has an integrated bottle opener, and even comes in a number of different materials and finishes — including titanium and copper.
Handmade with carbon fiber and epoxy resin, this wallet is ultra slim, ultra light and incredibly strong. This wallet has also integrated EMI/RFI expanding, shielding foil to add extra protection to your cards from skimming. As well as having RFID Blocking integrated also. The wallet weights just 0.9 oz and so is very easy to carry around in pockets, bags, jackets etc and has several pockets for cards etc as well a panel on the inside for cash, pictures etc.  the sharp style of this wallet makes it the perfect gift for anyone who appreciates quality.
It’s probably a bit of a stretch to call Ezra Arthur’s Cash Fold a wallet in the strictest sense, but it’s still a superb and simplistic piece of carry — especially for those who frequently haul around cash. Made from absolutely beautiful premium Horween leather, this simple everyday carry accessory can hold and keep in order up to 30 bills. It’s also free of extraneous linings and glue and was made here in the USA.
M-Clip says you can hold six-to-eight cards and at least eight-to-ten bills, which should be plenty for any need. According to several people who use the clip, even if you regularly stuff a lot into it, the clip doesn't lose tension later when you're carrying less. Reviewers also swear by M-Clip's customer service — if you're unhappy with your clip for any reason, M-Clip is happy to work with you to fix the problem.
On a final note, you’ll notice there are typically two different finishes – gloss and matte.  This is achieved in the application itself.  It can either go on wet or dry.  The wet application will achieve a gloss finish, while the dry will produce a matte finish.  The wet is slightly heavier than the dry, but it’s honestly negligible in the case of a wallet.
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