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The Best Men’s Wallets  [Buyers Guide 2020]

Looking for the Best Men’s Wallets? Well, you’ve come to the right place. Wallets come in a variety of different sizes, shapes, colors, and materials and it can really help to understand the difference when the prices range from only a couple of dollars all the way to hundreds of dollars. Designer brands aside the first thing you need to do when considering a new wallet is to understand what you want from your new wallet? Check out these questions below see which type of wallet best suits you.

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Question 1

‘I’m looking for a really slim wallet. I don’t really have that many cards and don’t carry cash often (especially coins)’.

Question 2

‘I’m looking for functionality above all else. I have a lot of cards and cash so I’d need something that meets these needs’.

Question 3

‘I’m a designer junkie. I have money to spend and want something from a big name brand. I’m looking for something unique and cool looking. I want something that sparks conversation and makes people go wow!’

If one of these questions talks to you more than the other then I think you’ve found the type of wallet you’re looking for. With these questions answered, we can now begin to look at the best wallets for each of these categories. Below you’ll find the best men’s wallet around today split up into these 3 distinct categories. I’ve also split them up into price brands starting from a more affordable wallet ($5 – $15), mid-level prices  ($20 – $50), and finally high-end wallets with lofty price tags ($75+).

Slim & Minimalist Wallets

(with the expense of functionality)

As stated above slim wallets are those which focus on being compact and slim in size. These wallets typically hold fewer cards and have less functionality to compensate for their smaller size. Here are my top rated best 3 slim wallets for you to consider.

the dun fold leather wallet with cards

Dun Fold Wallet

(Expensive price tag of $70 )

The Dun Fold is a classic in its catalog. Made from premium leather and crafted with functionally in mind the Dun Fold solves many issues revolving around slim wallets. Not only is it an incredibly attractive looking wallet with its sleek black design – and fantastic build and quality material – it also does one of the best jobs at easily storing cash and cards.

When open, the Dun Fold stores notes through a large open slot that extends across the entire wallet and folds the cash around when closed. This is a type of design I’ve not come across in a wallet before and it makes access to notes easy as simply sliding it in & out.  The DUN Fold is made to fit all international notes without any trouble. 

Coming in at $70 the Dun fold is the most expensive wallet on the list. But with an attractive design and amazing functionality, I’d say it’s worth the price tag. For more information on the Dun Fold wallet click the link below.

the andar apollo wallet in brown

Andar Apollo Wallet

(Mid-level price tag of $45)

Andar is typically known for its attractive and rustic designed wallets but at a more affordable price. My favorite has always been the Andar Apollo. This Bi-fold designed wallet is slim and uniform in appearance and has a bunch of functional features which makes it great for a smaller wallet. For example, the quick access card slot on the side has a nifty pull tab which uses elastic for easy access at any time.

Once opened the Apollo also has a similar design to the Dun wallet for storing notes. With a big metal clip running down the middle of the flow to secure cash in place when on the move. I wouldn’t say it’s as good as the Dun but it does a great job anyhow. With a range of colors and enough card slots for 4-5 cards, this is a great wallet to consider. For more details visit the Andar website by clicking the link below.

the nero slim wallet in black

The Nero Wallet

(Low Price tag of $25)

Our final wallet in this section is our cheapest and slimmest. Being the same shape as a credit or debit card the Nero wallet is as simple as it gets. It has two slots either side for cards and a section running through the middle for – you guessed it – more cards. This is also where I’d also probably store the physical cash but that’s up to you.

The material of the Nero is made from durable leather with the interior made from a hardy elastic material. The great thing I like about the Nero is the range of color options available which really adds some personalization options to choose from. 

And that’s it. This wallet is really simple and does the job well. I’d recommend this wallet for anybody not quite sure if a minimalist wallet is quite for them, and need one to ‘try out’. For more information on the Nero wallet, click the link below.

4 different version of the flowfold wallet

The FlowFold Wallet

(Honorable mention)

Cheap and cheerful. The Flow fold is an incredibly slim and durable wallet meant for those who carry very little. Coming in at only $15 this hardy wallet is simple with only a single slot for cards (which you could also store notes in). 

It’s a simple design that just works and the material is durable which means its best suited for the more outdoor adventure type people who enjoy camping or extreme sports. After many uses, the wallet held up and I simply washed it under warm water to remove any dirt. This is something you couldn’t do with another material as it could damage the wallet.

We actually have a full review of the Flow Fold wallet so check that out by clicking here. You can also Check out the Flow Fold brand by clicking the link below.

Wallets with Functionality

(at the expense of a larger size)

These wallets are larger than their minimalist counterparts and your probably going to feel the bulge in your pocket. Nevertheless, these wallets are teeming with cool features and enough storage areas for even those with large amounts of cash or cards. Here are my top rated best 3 functional wallets for you to consider.

the garzini leather wallet surrounded by credit cards

Garzini Magic Wallet

(Mid-level price tag of $55)

Dubbed the magic coin wallet (by the manufacturers no less), the Garzini Essenziale magic coin wallet is a great choice for people who need storage for coins. With card storage between 5 and 10 cards, the Essenziale hosts a sleek design, RFID protection, and a full-size front coin pocket. It’s not a huge wallet by any means but I do feel it in my pants so take that as you will.

The main feature of this wallet is it’s ‘magic’ capabilities. This isn’t actually magic, but a clever fold mechanism that allows an easy way to store and access your cards. It’s actually quite difficult to describe in words how it works so click here to view it in action. 

The wallet also made from good premium leather and comes in a range of innovative colors. My favorite is the blue version but each offers a distinct look that I’ve begun to associate with the Garzini brand. You can actually read our full review of the Garzini Magic wallet by clicking here or check out their official website with the link below. 

the exentri leather wallet in tan

The Exentri Wallet

(Mid-level price tag of $65)

The Exentri wallet is chunky but not huge. This Leather Tri-Fold wallet hosts a variety of features including a dedicated note slot in the back and 6 card slots which could fit a maximum of 12 cards in it (although I wouldn’t recommend it). The wallet is held closed with a very attractive metal clasp and is available in a range of colors from brown, black and even a textured design.

The main thing I like about the Exentri is the way they managed to create a compact wallet in a tri-fold design maintaining great functionality. This includes great features such as a quick access slot on the front and the already mentioned metal clasp to hold it all together.

The Exentri wallet comes in at around $65.00 which isn’t crazy expensive. During my time using the wallet I found it very functional but without substituting the size too much. If I’m traveling abroad – and have more items in my wallet than usual – the Exentri wallet is a good choice. For more information on the Exentri read our full review. Alternatively, you can visit there website by clicking the button below.

Most Attractive Wallets

(at the expense of everything)

If you’re looking for abstract design and interesting materials then these are the wallets for you. They all have something quite different about them but sacrifice functionality, size and are usually priced accordingly (more expensive).

different versions of the discommon wallet

Discommon Thermoformed

(Expensive price tag of $70)

I actually have a full review of this wallet so click here to view that. The Discommon is probably more of a cardholder than a wallet. Even so, it stores a good amount of cards and has an innovative bi-fold style. What immediately caught my eye is its interesting design. With a poker-dot effect and burger style clamshell look, the Thermoformed is probably my favorite design for a wallet.

The material and build quality is also worth mentioning. It’s clear this wallet was made by master craftsmen and this shows with how it feels in the hand. 

The wallet is by no means cheap though. Coming in at $70 this is more of a statement item. An Everyday Carry (EDC) item to make people’s heads turn. For more information on the Discommon Wallet click the link below.

the poppy wooden wallet

Poppy Wooden Wallet

(Mid-level price tag of $44)

Made from beautifully crafted hardwood (different types of wood are available) the Poppy wallet is another attractive design like no other. The wallets bifold hinge has been crafted in such a way that allows the wood to bend freely very unusual for a typically sold material.

The only downside to this wallet is its size. It’s not the smallest wallet and quite noticeable in the pocket. If you’ve got your heart set on a slimmer size wallet then I’d probably recommend staying away from the Poppy Wallet.

Inside is laced with a leather interior which is where you’ll store all your cards and cash. This is very typical of any bi-fold – probably the wallet you have at the moment – with slot each side for your cards (8 slots total) and a large opening at the top for notes. For more information on the Poppy wooden wallet click the link below.

the metal wallum m1 wallet with money clip

Wallum M1 Card Holder

(Mid Level Priced at $45+)

The final wallet is the Wallum M1. This wallets unique feature is its all-metal design. For me, it’s the most attractive metal wallet on the market with its brush aluminum design and attractive rubber band accents that help hold the two metal plates together.

The wallet isn’t the most functional but it’s definitely slim enough to be considered a minimalist wallet. It also has a nifty money clip at the back which works great when storing your physical banknotes or other paper items. Coming in at only $45 I think that’s a great steal considering the quality of the wallet and the materials used. 

For more information on the Walum M1 Wallet – and to check out the other wallets in their range – click the link below. 

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