Where did the single wallets go?
I've decided to move my single wallets to eBay (item 220759115098) because they have a charitable giving program in place (via MissionFish.org). All of the sales of those auctions will go to charity.
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Here is my thin wallet billfold made of Tyvek. This wallet is so form-fitting that you can tuck it almost anywhere underneath your clothes, not just in your pocket or purse. My low-frills design is minimal like a money clip, while still being able to work as a general purpose, bi-fold moneyholder.
These are just a few situations in which my very skinny wallet can be useful. Use one for organizing your coupons and shopping lists. Use another when going out bowling or to a concert. Morning joggers can just drop in a house key...then stuff the wallet, um, somewhere on yourself. You can load up the wallet as usual for everyday use (like I do), or downsize it to just hold some money and an identification card.
Tyvek is a great material for housing construction, mailing envelopes... and also for a casual wallet! It's lightweight, moisture-resistant, and very rip-resistant. Compared to traditional leather or ripstop nylon, Tyvek is also very economical. This stuff can last for a long time...however, I have to say that Tyvek can get frizzy/ratty with this type of extended use, while continuing to be very functional. Be aware of this if you choose to invest more when buying a fancier/colorful wallet from somewhere else...Tyvek just doesn't age as nicely as traditional wallet materials. So, if you don't need the extra features of the many other "front pocket" wallets that are available, please consider my simpler product design as a less expensive option for "thinly" holding your stuff.
Color: Light Grey.
Dimensions: 4 x 3.25 inches. When empty, less than 1/16 inch thick.
Go ahead and get one!