You really love the engraved stainless steel money clip from Tiffany's that you got from Grammy for graduation, but you don't really love pulling it out to pay for dinner and realizing the slick-backed-haired dude with the practically unbuttoned French cuffed shirt has the same one. And the neon souvenir you don't remember buying in Cabo Wabo isn't all that acceptable now that you're no longer eating at the campus Chick-fil-A in the student center. All the while billfolds are bulky and regardless of how many Gucci ones your sister brings back from study abroad, you prefer something simpler. Luckily the manufacturers over at Machine Era had the same problem and decided to solve it in true fashion with their newest welcome disruption to mass-produced knick-knacks.
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The slim, streamline Machine Era Wallet (simple enough) comes in two builds: Flat Black Aluminum made from 6061 high grade aluminum and Solid Brass made from, well, solid brass. Machined — 'cause machining is the bee's knees — from one solid block of the aforementioned materials, these pocket protectors hold enough cards to get through the day and more, and limit the capacity at six so you don't look like your Great Uncle Norm; though with him being a war hero and all, I suppose it's acceptable to have every card you've ever picked up bulging out from between the seams. And did we tell you it's strong and durable? With 40 days to go and already well over its goal, we're sure these will be peeking out of every self-respecting man's back pocket by the time the leaves change colors in fall.