Judging from the latest trends in fashion and design, thick, bulky wallets are out; thin, minimalist ones are apparently in.
The TGT Wallet, a creation of Jack Sutter of Brooklyn, NY – and similar to the HuMn wallet that we previously reviewed – is a super thin, elasticized wallet that fits virtually anywhere and tightly holds anything from around two to about 20 business cards: An optional Italian leather-lined pocket, good for holding peripherals like cash and keys, is available on the “TGT 2.o”. The TGT (pronounced simply “tight”) Wallet comes in seven unique patterns and, most importantly for some, it won’t add additional bulk to pants, purses, or what have you and is particularly beneficial for those of us not fortunate enough to have that “10″ body.
And for comparative purposes, the ‘tight’ wallet is just slightly larger than a matchbox – sorta making the “big booty only augmented by a big wallet” issue a thing of the past!
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