All men have important things to keep at all times. Mainly cards and money. How you choose to store them on you, says a lot about you. We all go through our ages in life, and our needs change with our age. Here’s how my wallet changed with age.
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High School and early adulthood: Throughout high school I had a ‘normal’ foldable wallet. I never had a trifold wallet. Too bulky. And I was never one of those guys who had a chain on my wallet. That looks ridiculous. I really only needed the wallet for money, debit card, the obligatory condom, and pictures of my girlfriend and family. Yes I was that guy that had pictures. Foldable wallets are the norm when you’re young.
Early 20’s: When I was in my early 20’s I received the ACM wallet as a christmas gift from a co worker. I must say at the time I really wanted that wallet and I loved it. It had 6 slots for cards, where I carried my license, debit, credit card, and a few store cards. And it also had a clip for money bills. I really loved it and it was very convenient. It lasted me about 6 years before the buttons started wearing off and breaking. By the time it was time to replace it, I had done a lot of growing up and my style changed. My wardrobe didn’t allow the ‘bulkiness’ of the acm wallet. So it was time to move on.
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Mid-Late 20’s Until Present: There is no reason why an adult man should walk around with a very bulky wallet. I see it all the time. Guys with ridiculously fat wallets. Packed with unnecessary things like old receipts, pictures, random papers, different cards, you name it. The only thing a man needs in his wallet are a license or some sort of identification, a debit or credit card, and cash. Store cards can can be carried when you’re going to that store. You don’t need to walk around with much. Most men don’t even carry cash these days. The answer. A money clip. I own the Zclip. Going on 3 years and besides some cosmetic wear and tear, it’s still perfect and does its job. It fits nicely any pants pocket or jacket pocket.
There you have it. If you’re a man, ditch the wallet. Keep a money clip with only what you need.
Until Next Time