Best Men’s Trifold Wallets

[Buyers Guide 2023]

Tri-Fold Wallets are one of my favorites. That’s a bold statement but tri-fold combine the best of both worlds having both functionality and added style. When I first started creating this list it was difficult for me as I had to really be picky and narrow it down to only my first favorite. In this review I’m going to talk about my top tri-fold wallets and the reasons for my choices. 

Trifold Wallets are best suited for people who want functionality over a smaller size. This means that if you carry many credit/debit cards with you and a handful of cash these wallets are a great choice. That being said, this comes at a cost. Because of the required space needed to store all these things Tri-Fold wallets tend to be larger in size and can get quite bulky. Keep all these things in mind when considering whether a trifold wallet is right for you. 

What Is a Tri-Fold wallet?

Put simply a tri-fold wallet is much like the traditional bi-fold but instead folds out into 3 distinct sections. Because of this Tri-Fold wallets tend to be larger in size so keep that in mind if you’re looking for a more low-key minimalist wallet. You won’t find this in a tri-fold. If you’re looking for a more minimalist wallet why not check out our Top Men’s Wallets which is a more broad article on a range of wallets we think are fantastic. 

The Best Materials

Since Tri-folds need to fold in 3 you’ll only really ever find them made from leather. Other materials like Wood or metal just wouldn’t cut it as it would be very difficult – although not impossible – to create a tri-fold with such materials. If you’re looking for a wallet made from something a little different then why not check out our full range of wallet reviews here.

The Exentri Wallet

The Exentri Wallet is a prime example of a trifold wallet done well. This elegant wallet made from high-quality leather and stainless steel has everything you need in a functional and attractive wallet.

With the capability to hold between 6 – 10 cards, RFID blocking capability, and a range of functional quick access slots the Exentri does a great job of combining elegance with great functionality. The inclusion of the metal buckle is also something not seen in other trifold wallets on this list. The buckle acts as a way to keep the wallet securely closed when in transit but also adds a lovely accent accentuating its attractive design. 

Out of the other wallets on this list, the Exentri is fairly minimalist coming in at 90 x 70 x 10 mm and weighing around 60 grams without any cards or cash. The only downside is the wallet can be quick thick and can be felt in the pocket especially if you’re wearing tight clothing. But this isn’t an issue exclusive to the Exentri wallet and a reoccurring theme in most tri-folds on this list.

Coming in at around $60.00 the Exentri is one of the cheaper wallets on our list but by no means cheap. If you’re looking for a great original design and the option of a range of colors then the Exentri Wallet might be for you. For more information on this website please visit their website by clicking below.

The Frenchie Wallet

The Most elegant Trifold Wallet

I’m trying to be impartial with this list but the Frenchie Speed Wallet is definitely my favorite of the bunch. Aptly named the speed wallet the Frenchie has a unique way to quickly access your notes along with a magnetic closure strip that helps keep the wallet slimmer while keeping it secure. 

The added functionality of 2 dedicated pull tabs on the outside means that you can quickly access your most used cards and again reinforces its name in being fast and functional in how you access your cards and cash. The wallet has amazing versatility with a fantastic card and cash capacity along with many unique features in the form of pub tabs for easy access.

The Frenchie also comes in a variety of weird and wacky colors from deep red through to turquoise blue. I’m sure you’ll find something that suits your own style. This wallet currently sits at the top of this list for more expensive. Coming in at $99.00 this wallet won’t be for everyone. Nevertheless, if you’re looking for speed and style I firmly recommend the Frenchie Speed Wallet. For more information on the Frenchie Co. Wallet check out their official website using the link below.


Aurochs Infinity Wallet 

As you’d have already seen from other Trifold wallets on this list traditionally the two folding sections overlap each other and fold at the same place. Aurochs, a popular leather brand based in Pakistan, decided to do things by developing what they dubbed the Z-Fold Design. As the name suggests the Infinity Trifold wallet re-engineers this with the wallet folding in opposite ways to better reduce bulk and create what I found to be a more intuitive and easier to use the wallet. 

Aurochs always create highly functional wallets and this Trifold is no different. With a capacity of up to 8 credit/debit cards among 4 card slots and a banknote capacity of approximately 6 – 10 bills, the Infinity wallet has a decent level of capacity while still allowing a moderate size (coming in at 9.8 cm x 7.5cm). Other features include the optional choice of RFID Security (nice to have the option) that will help prevent anybody from potentially stealing your money through contactless fraud. 

Made from full-grain leather the Aurochs range all use the same quality leather made from one of the oldest tanneries in South Asia. This leather is the type that’s super strong and durable and overtime will begin to develop a patina that creates a distinct and unique look to your wallet. The leather is also sourced ethically. This gives those who like companies who ‘do their part’ to help the sustainability of the planet. 

Starting at $54.95 with RFID costing just $5.00 more, the Aurochs Infinity Tri-Fold is probably the most unique wallet on this list and breaks convention with its innovative design. I enjoy when brands try to do something different and in the case of Aurochs, I feel they’ve succeeded. The wallet definitely feels robust and slimmer to the touch. For more information on the Infinity Wallet by Aurochs check out their website below.

The OWL Wallet

The Owl Wallet is a bit of an oddball in this list. Not only is the website completely in Japanese this tri-fold is the only wallet on the list not made from leather but instead a canvas material. This actually surpassed my expectations are the canvas material helps keep the wallet slimmer and more uniform in size.

The wallet also isn’t exactly attractive. Although a subjective opinion compared to say the Frenchie it just doesn’t cut the mustard for me. Nevertheless, the sheer range of colors the wallet is available along with its cross-hatched design I grew to love it more and more as I used it. 

The OWL wallet also does a fantastic job with its functionality. Unlike other wallets on this list, the OWL includes a money pouch to store your coins along with an option to store a key if you choose. It by no means lack imagination and I found myself using these features more and more as I went along. Coming in at ¥4,800 (around $44.00) the OWL is a great wallet with some unique individuality you won’t find with other wallets on this list. For more information check out their website below (and remember to use that translate button)!

The Dun Fold Wallet

It always seems Dun wallets always make my list for my favorite wallets regardless if it’s a tri-fold or not. The Dun is innovative in design and made with the very best materials. The Dun thrives on its minimalist profile and elegant style and it looks the part for anyone looking for a unique style with a small profile look.

The Dun Wallet has 3 card slots in total for a storage capacity of 6 cards total. 1 of these slots lies on the outside of the wallet which is best used for your most-used credit or debit cards. The full-width middle slot is where you store all your notes. This is a fantastic design because it enables access to your cash from both sides and can accommodate a large amount of cash.

The only issue I have with this wallet is its lack of a clasp or mechanism to keep it shut. I found that once filled the wallet would automatically spring open revealing the inside contents of the wallet. Not a major issue but something to keep in mind. Finally, coming in at a price tag of $70.00 The Dun Fold wallet is by no means cheap. But with its premium look and majestic design, I think the Dun Fold could be the wallet for you. For more information on this visit their website by clicking the link below.

Buffalo Jackson Denver Wallet

What first drew me to the Buffalo Jackson wallet was its Rustic look and design along with its simplicity. I’ve always been a sucker for premium deep tan leather and this fits my tastes perfectly. Made from 100% cow leather, the first thing that hits you is its fantastic smell. It’s rugged, refined, and built to last.

Compared to other wallets on this list, the Buffalo Jackson wallet does suffer from a lack of functionality. It allows for 2 credit card slots on the left and 2 on the right for a total of 4. I’ve no issue with this is I only actually carry 3 with me on a daily basis but if you’re a heavy card carrier this wallet might not be for you.

Unlike the other wallets on this list, the Buffalo Jackson trifold also has an ID card slot so it’s easier to show you identification at a glance. It’s a nice feature but definitely a niche one. If you’re looking for style over substance and want a wallet built to last I do highly recommend the Buffalo Jackson Trifold. Coming in at $70.00 it’s one of the more expensive wallets on this list. I put this down to its high-quality leather that does beat all other wallets on this list hands down. For more information on the Denver leather trifold click on the link below.


The Skint Wallet

Made entirely from elastic and coming in at the low price of around $15.00, The Skint wallet is a great choice for people looking for high utility but at a very low price tag. The wallet isn’t much to look at but is meant for people looking for a wallet that provides great capacity for both cash and cards. For example, the Skint Wallet can hold up to a maximum of 10+ cards and has a full-width cash slot for physical banknotes.

The elastic material is also very durable and does a great job of being able to be used in a range of activities where other materials (like leather) might not perform at its best. This includes things like camping or physical activities where the material might be more prone to getting dirty or being susceptible to water or sweat. The elastic can easily be washed without fear of damaging the wallet.

This wallet is best suited for people looking for perhaps a cheap alternative tri-fold wallet where they know they can put it through the elements without any fear of damage. It might be good for people who aren’t yet sure if a trifold wallet is right for them and what a cheap example to see what they’re like. For more information on the Skint Wallet, you can check out our full review where we go into more detail, or check out their official website by using the link below.


The Double 00 Wallet

Probably the most unique wallet on this list, the Double 00 Wallet is a multi-folding wallet that is one of the most unique designs I’ve come across in the wallet. Unfolded the Double 00 resembles an ‘X’ where all 4 leather flaps are folded into each other to create a secure way to easily store your notes along with ample capacity for credit/debit cards. 

One amazing aspect of the Double 00 wallet is the huge variety of different color variations available to choose from. In total, the wallet has 16 different variations (some limited editions) from the standard brown or black colors though to the more elaborate and vibrant pinks and greens. 

The Double 00 is also a great size (9.5 x 6.5 x 1.4 cm) and firmly sits in the minimalist wallet territory. What I love about the design is it combines a range of great features and with high capacity more so than other minimalist wallets on the market. It also has a great minimalist look with attractive design accents (on the elastic band) and a uniformed look which brings the whole aesthetics together in a neat little package.

Overall, the Double 00 is my choice for a wallet when it comes to ease of use when access cash and someone who wants a great choice in customization options when it comes to color options. It’s also a very fair price coming in at around $55.00 For more information on the Double 00 wallet check out our full review here or check out their official website using the link below.


Billy Kirk Trifold Wallet

The Billy Kirk Trifold takes its design and inspiration from the movie ‘The Secret Life of Walter Mitty’. For those who haven’t seen the movie, this wallet is a pivotal plot point in the movie and the wallet makes an appearance countless times during the movie. In terms of its design, this wallet is one of the most unique wallets, in terms of design, on this list.

The wallet is split into 2 main sections. The first is an area that spans across two sections of the trifold and provides a way to store your banknotes in a full-width cash slot. Cards lie flat, are easily accessible and with a slight cutout in the leather can easily be accessed with a slide of a finger. The second section is where the wallet really innovates. This includes a Loop closure designed interior compartment that uses a small piece of leather to keep the section close and secure your cards in place (a maximum of 10 – 12 cards).

Overall, the wallet works very well, is an attractive and innovative design, and is made from premium leather (full-grain leather). At a price tag of $115.00, the wallet is by no means cheap. But it is a fantastic take on the Trifold range of wallets and if it’s in your budget is a fantastic wallet to get. For more information on the Billy Kirk Trifold wallet check out their official website using the link below. 


The Terracotta Wallet

Our budget option for this article, the Terracotta Wallet by Ulterior Motive. The Wallet itself is a fairly crudely built wallet and definitely not the best craftsmanship available on the market today. That being said, is it a fantastic wallet for people looking for great functionality thanks to its great array capacity for cards (can store up to 10 Cards) and deep full-width cash slot for banknotes. It also includes some nice other features including cut-outs card slots that allow you better easily access your cards (by sliding your finger or thumb upwards) and an ID Card slot 

The wallet is made from only genuine leather which again isn’t the highest quality leather on the market (the second-worst in terms of quality & durability). But please keep in mind this is all dictated in the price tag. The reason the Terracotta wallet only costs $33.00 is the fact it is made with materials that cost less to produce. 

If you’re looking for a wallet that puts its functionality above all else and comes in at a budget price tag, then you can do a lot worse than the Terracotta Trifold by Ulterior Motive. For more information on this tri-fold wallet check out their official website by clicking the link below.  


The Leatherology Trifold

The Leatherology Trifold Wallet is a very sleek and clean looking trifold wallet that comes in a huge variety of customization options. If you’re looking for variety, and don’t mind paying a larger price tag, the Leatherology should definitely be in your consideration. The first thing to note is its huge capacity for cash and cards. With nine distinct credit card slots, 3 interior pockets, and a removable ID Card Slot (much like a Passcase wallet), the Leatherology Trifold is jam-packed with features while retaining a decent size of 4.3″H x 3.5″W x .75″D x 1.1″.

Customization options range from a choice of colors (Black, Brown & Cognac) RFID Blocking capabilities (an extra $10.00), or an even more premium style leather that’ll set you back an extra $30.00. This leather improves upon the already fantastic and standard full-grain leather, being fully vegetable tanned and providing a thicker grain for heightened quality.

Finally, for an additional $10.00 you can include a Monogram of your choice, of up to 3 characters) on the outside surface of the wallet. For more information on the Leatherology Trifold Wallet check out their official website using the link provided below. 


Doshi Vegan Trifold

Our top pick for a trifold with sustainability in mind is the Doshi Vegan Wallet. As the name suggests, the wallet is made from a cork, and highly attractive, unusual yet environmentally conscious material that doesn’t negatively impact the environment, much like leather does. There’s no doubt in my mind that this is a distinctive-looking wallet. Cork has many properties outside its ‘holey’ appearance that makes each and every wallet completely different including the likes of water resistance and surprising durability. 

The Doshi Tri-fold itself is pretty classic in terms of functionality. Its midsection is dedicated to an ID Card Slot with a see-though window while the two other sides are dedicated to credit/debit card storage. This provides 6 slots in total for a great capacity of between 6 – 12 cards (2 in each) although I wouldn’t recommend storing this many as it does create unnecessary bulk. Finally, the Doshi Trifold includes a full-width banknote slot, with storage for many bills in all different currencies.

At a price tag of $45.00, the Dosh Vegan Wallet is a great example of a Trifold that has a unique element to it thanks to its material choice and decent affordability. Cork is an underused material for many products but has a classy look, is eco-friendly, and will stand out from a crowd. For more information on the Dosh Cork Trifold check out their official website by clicking below.


James Thomas

Reviewer of Wallets

Hi, I’m James and I’m the owner, author, and self-proclaimed ‘wallet expert’ here at All The Wallets. I’ve been reviewing wallets for over 10 years and have amassed a collection of over 500 wallets. I’m here to provide you with impartial reviews, information, and news on men’s wallets from across the world. All The Wallets is here to provide you with a trusted source, and directory of some of the biggest and smallest wallet brands and help you make the best decision possible when choosing your next wallet. Learn more about me here.

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