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Discussion in 'Gadgets & Gear' started by Kaizen1, Apr 5, 2010.
Heavy pockets today. Getting it done before the storms.
Made myself a field notes cover and new matching slip for my larger trapper patterns. Next will be making myself a new wallet in the same leather then a new business card holder probably so it all matches
Yesterday’s carry and couldn’t decide what photo I liked more so figured I’d post them both up
Made myself a new wallet last night to match the field notes cover. next up is the business card holder.
How do you like your Ridge minimalist wallet? I bought one a few months ago & I quickly got to like the small size & the card holder part, but since I've never used a money clip, I found it to be really inconvenient. I just ordered the band & plate money holder from Ridge to replace the clip. I suppose "minimalist" means there'll be a drawback or two that I have to either get used to, or just go back to the regular wallet.
I like it alot. My wallet before it was a leather minimalist with a magnetic money clip, so I'm already used to a similar setup.
I've had it since February and I carry it in my back pocket.
When it was new the money clip was crazy tight. It was kind of a pain to slide any amount of bills in there, and I also didn't want to put too many in and loosen it up. It has since broken in nicely. The most Bill's I'm comfortable putting in there is about 8-10 or so. Anymore than that and its seems to flex the clip outwards.
The only issue I have is sometimes I sit on it and the clip digs in. It only happens occasionally and it's a quick shift to alleviate. Overall it's much more comfortable in the pocket than expected for being all metal.
Winter means hoodies, bibs, and coats which in turn means a lot of stuff ends up in your pockets
Thanks. I carried mine for a couple weeks, then went back to my leather wallet, because I just couldn't get used to using cash from a money clip. Now, I'm giving it another try because it takes up about half the pocket space as a wallet, while still carrying the same amount of cards & money.