This is the first of a series of reviews of Distil Union wallets. All feature thoughtful design and are all well-crafted. This being the first review I thought I would begin with the smallest of the review samples I was sent- the Wally Micro. This is the smallest wallet I have ever used, and I’m amazed how much it holds.
Whether you are an experienced, well-seasoned traveler or a person who travels just a few times a year, keeping your critical information handy and organized is essential. In my career, I’ve logged well over 2 million miles in the air, and if there is one thing I’ve learned, having all of your boarding passes, passport and frequent travel cards in…
The X-Doria Stash Case for iPhone 7 is under $20, but it feels and functions like a far more expensive case. It’s highly protective and holds a couple of cards without becoming a bulky brick of a case. That makes it a great option for anyone who is looking to travel light but still needs a license and credit card.
Is it safe to say that one of the best iPhone wallet cases that I’ve personally tried out just so happened to be by a company who specializes in wallets? Well if it is, let me just say: Bellroy has the best iPhone 7 wallet case I’ve used thus far.
Just last year, Dan reviewed Distil Union’s Wally Bifold wallet, an innovative take on a minimalistic wallet and they have actually updated their popular wallet by improving the already great design.
If you are fan of the website Everyday Carry, you may be familiar with the site’s ability to make you want to carry some of the most unusual brands of gadgets and smart accessories that make pocketing more efficient.
I have been a fan of slim front pocket style wallets for some time now. Once you get used to a compact way to carry your cards and cash, it’s impossible to go back to a bulkier setup. It feels like there’s an infinite number of styles in slim wallets.
Over the past few weeks, I’ve had the opportunity to check out Nomad’s Horween Leather Collection Lightning Wallet for iPhones, and it has saved me on more than one occasion!
If you are looking for a minimalist wallet that isn’t minimal in style or functionality you don’t want to look any further than the Essentialist Wallet. This wallet is serious about carrying your cards and cash and that’s just the beginning. Plus it looks like it means serious business. Add in the optional bottle opener and USB 3.0 drive and…
To start out this review, let me just say: I’ve wasted a LOT of time trying out minimalistic wallets, and “combination cards” (ahem.. COIN) that simply didn’t understand what I wanted when it came to consolidating all of my cards/information. But the Wocket Wallet is the CLOSEST I’ve come to something perfect. The Wocket Wallet is the wallet that actually…
One of the things that I loved about my monogram Louis Vuitton Zippy organizer wallet was its design. It could hold all of my credit and ID cards, bills, and plane tickets in one compact, zippable clutch The only thing it couldn’t do was hold my phone; if it had a little bigger pocket, it would have been perfect.
I look at wallets for three things: Simplicity, minimalism, and overall design. On average I carry around eight cards, along with a few cards and a MetroPass, so I want my wallet to house all of this. This is where the TGT Wallet helped me out.
Have you ever had a wooden wallet? Better yet, have you ever had a wooden wallet with the Game of Throne’s Stark House Sigil? Well I have, and you can also, with the Pyramid Wallet.
A fan of minimalism, one thing I love about small wallets is the ability to carry only the bare necessities with me. So when I had the opportunity to review Ainste’s Even Wallet Mini, I was surprised at how great it worked out.
A good wallet is hard to find, and essential to my everyday carry, separate in its own pocket from my cell phone. But one thing I’ve always struggled with is finding a decent wallet that isn’t just your traditional black or brown, and doesn’t leave a lump in my pocket. And my problems may have been solved with the Ridge…
Personally, I’ve never been a big fan of “wallet cases” for cell phones because of the fear of your credit cards being exposed while on a call, so when Bellroy sent me their Phone Pocket Plus Case, I was ready. When you usually think of wallets that men carry, majority of them are brown or black, and they all look…
The other day we reviewed the Wally Bifold slim wallet from Distil Union. Today we are taking a look at the smaller, thinner, even more minimalistic sibling, the Distil Union Wally Sleeve. This super-thin leather wallet sleeve retails for $29.99. It is for the person who wants to take their minimalist wallet to an entirely new, and thinner level.
Distil Union describes the Wally bifold minimalist wallet as the “super-slim leather billfold wallet.” There’s actually truth in advertising here. The Wally bifold is super-slim, made of leather and includes a money-clip built right into the wallet. It is, by far, the best minimalist wallet I have tried. I’ve been using one of the $59.99 wallets and love it.
If you like the idea of an iPhone case that can double as a wallet, but also tend to prefer minimalist cases, the Incipio Watson Folio Wallet for iPhone 5S is the case for you. It is a functional wallet-style case that, within seconds, transforms into a minimalist case so you can go light, and it is under $45.
When the winter layers come off, the lighter you can travel the better. So why not get a case that lets you protect your iPhone AND leave your wallet with your gloves and scarf? The warm weather is the perfect time to start using an iPhone case that can double as a wallet, and the Incipio Stashback may fit the bill.
If you love the look, feel and smell of leather, want a way to protect your iPhone 5S, and want to leave your wallet at home, then the Beyzacases PocketBook for iPhone 5S may be for you. It holds up to 12 different cards, some cash, and a few others items inside while offering an exterior slot for your phone.