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Semper Fi - 1775
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https://www.ridgewallet.com/collections/all-wallets

I see them for about $75 on Amazon.


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Posts: 10985 | Location: Belly of the Beast | Registered: January 02, 2009Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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I received one as a gift on Monday of this week. My previous wallet is a very thin, money clip with a place for a Drivers License, Credit Cards and another card pocket.

I carry two credit cards with a random assortment of ID cards. It was easy to access my credit cards and Drivers License with my old wallet and cumbersome with the Ridge.

Yesterday, at the gas station, I spent too much time trying to retrieve my credit card and came home and transferred everything back to the old wallet.


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Posts: 669 | Location: So Cal | Registered: September 25, 2011Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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My brother in law likes his. I passed on getting one because sometimes I put my wallet in my left pocket in front of my phone and the metal would scratch the hell out of it. That, and I didn't like the idea of popping out the stack of cards to find what I need.
 
Posts: 6818 | Location: CA | Registered: April 08, 2004Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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I bought one and within a week the money clip snapped. Complained to the company and do you think they would do a thing about it? Hell no, so it now resides in my desk drawer.


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^^^ Wow. All I need to know.


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Posts: 3567 | Location: Northeast Georgia | Registered: November 18, 2017Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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I use a similar wallet (Amazon - Martrams Carbon Fiber Credit Card Holder RFID Blocking Money Clip Wallet). Works well, $30. I tried a money clip version, but it adds bulk. I use the version that extends the elastic band on one side of the wallet, and put 3 or 4 folded bills there.

I use it to hold credit cards, drivers license, CCP, etc.
 
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For whatever reason, I am a fan of a good leather wallet.

Don't like all those fancy wallets seems like too much trouble to do something simple.


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Semper Fi - 1775
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Thank you guys.

SigForum reviews are much more beneficial that anything I'd find anywhere else.


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Posts: 10985 | Location: Belly of the Beast | Registered: January 02, 2009Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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It's just been too wildly overpriced to me for what it is. Maybe I'd try one if it were 90% cheaper.
 
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I used one for about a year but found that whatever card was on top (drivers license for me) got worn down and scraped up. same with the card on the bottom.


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For $75 or more, a wallet had better print its own money.
 
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Originally posted by Paten:
It's just been too wildly overpriced to me for what it is. Maybe I'd try one if it were 90% cheaper.


Similar opinion except the price. A fellow Sig Forum member karma’d a Trayvax. The thread was for first responders so I withdrew myself and purchased one. Been extremely pleased with it. Made in the USA, RFID blocking, and small. Quality product for a fair price.

https://www.trayvax.com/products/armored-summit

If you want leather or similar google Stealth Wallet.



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It's very stiff. There is no denying you have a hard piece in your pocket. If you are active or use your pockets to carry things, or like to put your hands in you pockets then this will get on your nerves quick.

I tried it in my back pocket but sitting is a problem and its size makes it easy to slip out.

I like the theory but not the practice of it.




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Posts: 4561 | Location: CT | Registered: October 15, 2002Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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I tried a couple of different wallets for front pocket use and I settled on a wobo wallet. I've been using it for a year and I really like it. I found out about it on a previous wallet thread on here. I gave one to my friend for his birthday and he likes it also.
 
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I have a similar wallet. It's a pain in the ass. I used it - once.

Now it sits in my drawer.

Useless wallet
 
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If you’re looking for a thin wallet, try Flowfold. They are made from sail cloth. I got one based on a thread here a couple years ago and I love it.


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I had been seriously looking at the ridge. Looks like everything I would want. Thanks for the reviews and alternate suggestions. I’ll keep looking.



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After first seeing the Ridge, I went with a similar design (near copy) off Amazon for $12. Already having a money clip, I took the money clip off the wallet.

I have since moved to a similar one, from Apache Pine. Instead of a money clip it has an elastic band on the outside to hold bills and works fine. I think I paid $8 for it on sale. Serves it’s purpose and is far less bulk than a traditional wallet.

https://apachepine.com/collect...american-flag-wallet






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Originally posted by PowerSurge:
^^^ Wow. All I need to know.

Me too. I am generally pretty tough on this kinda stuff. Thanks for the warning.
 
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I got a Magpul, you may have heard of them. Since I don’t carry cash any more, it’s great. Nothing sharp; the polymer grips cars nicely so they don’t fall out.

Magpul Wallet


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