Reddit reviews: The best accessories for men

We found 3,837 Reddit comments discussing the best accessories for men. We ran sentiment analysis on each of these comments to determine how redditors feel about different products. We found 2,429 products and ranked them based on the amount of positive reactions they received. Here are the top 20.

Top Reddit comments about Men's Accessories:

u/heamuse · 31 pointsr/weddingplanning

First: Sorry I don't have more photos yet!


We tried to do our destination wedding an inexpensively as possible as it was combined with our honeymoon, but we definitely splurged on our photographers. They were over 50% of our budget and totally worth it. Our parents and siblings were the only attendees so we ate at the Majestic Yosemite Hotel Dining Room (paid for by his parents), had a ceremony in Cook's Meadow (officiated by my dad), took photos with them before they were freed to explore the park, hiked around for a few hours with our amazing photographers, soaked up the moment at Glacier Point after sunset, then ate some cheesecake and called it a night. We had rented a cabin for the whole family in Yosemite West, which turned out to be totally perfect as a base for a few days.


Note: I did not include our airfare as the wedding was a stop on the way to Hawaii for our honeymoon.

  1. Bride

  • Dress: $300, Moonlight Tango T711. I posted about this before; I got it at a wedding dress consignment shop where money goes to cancer support groups in the area. Though technically it was silver, it was pretty blue to me so this counted as my something blue.

  • Alterations: $120. This included removing the crinoline, letting the waist out a hair, and shorting the length.

  • Jewelry: $0. borrowed pearl necklace from mom, other jewelry I had

  • Ring: $1085, custom morganite and rose gold -- in hindsight, I guess this must be my something new

  • Shoes: $0. old hiking boots

  • Hair/Make up: $0. After getting a quote that HMU in Yosemite was an average $750, this was all DIY. And after a windy day a few days before, I decided as I was getting ready for an updo. SIL and MIL totally winged it and it looked amazing (and stayed all dang day).

  1. Groom

  • Sharkskin slim fit suit: $125.75 shipped. We went to Men's Warehouse and found a $600 suit he liked, came home and bought it online. I think this is it. Moral of the story: Men's Warehouse is insanely priced.

  • Slim-fit charcoal vest: $19.99 on Amazon

  • Shirt-stays: $19.99 on Amazon. Another redditor recommended these and Husband says they were a total MUST! Thank you, stranger!

  • Shoes: $0. Regular ol' tennis shoes, safer for climbing around.

  • Peach Tie: Kohl's cash, otherwise $20

  1. Flowers: $61.34. Purchased at Hobby Lobby (I'm so ashamed of that but the colors there were the best match) and assembled. They were padded to hell in my checked suitcase, but survived transit very well.

  2. Ceremony

  • Location: $150 park permit

  • Officiant: $30 for my dad to get a 1-day State of California deputization to conduct the ceremony (he paid this, but I'll include it anyway)

  • Paperwork: $60 for license

  1. Cheesecake: $38 (seriously so delicious)

  2. Photographer, DC Photo in Frenso, CA: $2885.23. 100% worth such a huge part of the budget. Photos were incredible important to us so this was really well spent, in our opinion. They were funny, professional, and man, they knew every cool nook and cranny to try.

    Total: 4,895.30

    I don't actually have any idea what the lunch cost, and the 6-bedroom cabin we rented for 3 nights was $2400 but our guests offered to divide the costs and cover it (still less expensive than 4 rooms, 3 nights at the Majestic).


    When 96,000 acres are burning between the county clerk's office and your ceremony site less than a month before your wedding and the park is indefinitely closed, worrying about small wedding details sure seems silly. I was a pretty relaxed bride anyway, but that put perspective on me that everything was going to happen the way it would happen and no matter what, it was going to be a wonderful day. And besides, the best parts are the things you can't plan.

    With only 5 guests, I never expected much attention on our wedding day. I was honestly stunned when we got to the Majestic (our first stop all dressed up) and everyone in the dining room stood and applauded as we entered the room. I couldn't believe this massive room of strangers paused from their own meals, even ordering, to show so much love to a couple of people in fancy clothes. Such a small shared gesture, but it was a very humbling moment to me that made me feel so connected to each of those people. And they were only the first! Every staff person paused as they continued their jobs to congratulate us privately, several people in the gift shop told me how beautiful I looked, and before we even walked out of the hotel, we must've heard congratulations 20 more times. Outside we ran into people before the ceremony, and many more after, who stopped on the sidewalk or trail to tell us congratulations, or offered us kind words of support and advice. Cars full of people would yell "congratulations" out their windows, cheer as they passed, or honked like crazy. In all my research on weddings in Yosemite, I never saw anyone talk about how everyone in the park is so freaking pumped to see a wedding.

    People love Love. And it made our wedding so much more special to share our happiness with hundreds of strangers. <3
u/GinDeMint · 8 pointsr/washingtondc

Fellow male SoCal transplant here! First, get some flexible measuring tape, the kind used by tailors. Use this to measure your neck, chest, inseam, etc. Do this several times to make sure that you have a good set of measurements. Accurate measurements are key, since looser clothing means more heat leaving your body.

These measurements will make online shopping a hell of a lot easier. Winter clothes are expensive, so Amazon is your friend. I'll post a few of the things that I rely on for the coldest days below, all of which have been godsends. I have terrible circulation in my hands, feet, and ears so your mileage may vary, but you'd be surprised how much cold wind hurts your ears. My east coast native friends make fun of some of these things, but I'll take non-misery over judgment when it's ten degrees.

Carhartt makes some of the warmest, and cheapest, winter items. They're not fashionable, but they're durable and affordable. This hat is $8 and it's been warm enough to keep my ears and scalp toasty during walks to work. The Carhartt scarf is also a godsend. If you're anything like me, you never realized that a scarf actually served a functional purpose, but it'll make any coat significantly warmer by preventing heat loss. Carhartt and others sell wool socks that you'll be glad to have if you walk to work.

This next item is the dorkiest by far: an electric jacket. Just like an electric blanket with some added shame. There are some more high-end versions, but a few power tool companies make them for affordable prices. They're waterproof (ie snowproof), carry a charge for hours, and have different heat settings. [This Bosch one is $150] (http://www.amazon.com/Bosch-PSJ120L-12-Volt-Lithium-Ion-Softshell/dp/B00E1RWH72/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1413778229&sr=8-1&keywords=electric+jacket) and has good reviews. Milwaukee sells a newer model that also includes an in-pocket USB charger, which I recently saw at a Home Depot around here. The big advantage of the electric jacket is the heat settings: because it can be off or on low/medium/high, you're essentially carrying around four jackets. I never would have made it through Inauguration without this jacket.

Also important: gloves! Don't skimp on these. You'll want a pair that are waterproof but pliable enough that they won't make it impossible to
tie your shoes or pull out your metro card. I highly recommend these smartphone gloves. The fingertips are lined with silver threads for conductivity, so you'll be able to use your phone/trackpad in the cold. These are a great value, but they'll be the least forgiving of poor measurements so be careful to get this right!

Lastly, long underwear. I've never met a suit that kept my legs warm, so these merino wool underwear are amazing. A good pair of these will keep you warm on the coldest days but be breathable and soft enough to keep on under your slacks all day (or you can remove them at work, of course).

Most of these things are for the coldest days. You won't need anything like them most of the time, but you'll be glad when you have them. You'll also want an overcoat somewhat like this, some more stylish scarves, etc. For dress shoes, just be vigilant about cleaning the salt off! I'd never run into road salt before moving here, but there will be months where it's on all the sidewalks and it just ruins leather. Get some leather conditioner (I like this stuff) and apply it to your shoes regularly to keep them in good condition. Dry leather becomes cracked leather which becomes useless leather.

I hope this helps!

u/HappierShibe · 3 pointsr/sysadmin

I work at a very conservative insurance company.
They expect us to dress way nicer now than is typical for IT, because many of our sister companies are in banking/finance.
My advice - push for Dress shirt and slacks with a tie and sport jacket during meetings. A good suit is a liability in a data center, but if it's a dress shirt and slacks you can get by with nice wrinkle free shirts, a decent v neck undershirt, and these : http://www.511tactical.com/covert-khaki-pants.html (snip the zipper pulls off the concealed pockets), and a pair of shirt stays (https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00PYKPB3M). Throw in a good pair of dark athletic socks, and a nice belt, and you have a good day to day outfit that holds up in a datacenter environment, and still looks professional. Keep a tailored sport jacket and a couple of tie's in your office, and that way you can quickly step things up for meetings.

It takes a little more thought and alot of peopel were pissed when they pushed the dress code to IT, but I'll be honest- it was the right call. It's subtle, but we started getting better cooperation from some of the other business units, they stopped treating IT like the red headed step child, and started working with us more.

Because if you do any lifting, carrying, squatting, or bending over to reach things in a dress shirt and pants, it totally untucks your shirt and you look like a dumbass always having to tuck it in. Shirt stays solve this problem. Thats why their still popular with police, military personelle, and paramedics. Shirt stays are friggin awesome if your expected to engage in physical activity while wearing a dress shirt. (they also keep your shirt in the most flattering position at all times)

u/imaplatypuswithwings · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Brace yourself, I've got a few winter items for you.

My fiance loves this jacket, and he's traveled to several different places with it. Keeps him nice and cozy.

Not sure how you feel about boots, but these winter boots seem to be a reasonable price and have fantastic reviews.

Fiance got this hat when he was in the air force and loves it.

Now for a personal recommendation, I can't have regular chocolate so I tried this white hot chocolate, and OH MY GOD. It is heaven in your mouth.

How about an awesome mug for that amazing drink? Here's one an old coworker swore by.

Lastly, my dad got me the most amazing heated blanket a few years back. I still use it all the time.

u/stufoonoob · 3 pointsr/AskMenOver30

I'm late here, but hopefully this helps. I think the two things that makes a shirt look "crappy" are the material and not fitting properly.

Not sure of your build but I'm 5'9", 165 lb. I used to wear Express but found that their slim fit was way too tight on my shoulders and their normal ("modern") fit is unbearably large around my waist, so it was always hanging/bunching over my belt and looked horrible. Also the material was kind of junky so they wrinkled easily.

I have found that Banana Republic Grant (their slim fit) shirts fit the best. Good quality fabric and tight around the waist so they're not bunching/hanging out.

Also maybe consider getting a shirt stay. It clasps to the bottom of your shirt and then to your socks and keeps your shirt tucked in all day.

I have also found he Express slim fit suits are inexpensive, and fit/look great. If you check frequently you can get them, or at the very least blazers, for <$200.

u/livelifedownhill · 3 pointsr/EDC

I was on your same hunt recently, and decided on the Dopp Regatta 88. Its a fantastic front pocket wallet thats holding up amazingly, and the folding cash in half with the partially closed middle pocket works great. I really would definitely recommend it. Holds plenty, very thin, and expands to your needs. I can post some pics of it full, etc. if youd like.

I also like the Navali Card Case, they have recently stepped up their quality and now their card case rocks and would work great as a front pocket wallet, here is a comparison i did of the card case. Its also on sale right now.

If you have a bit higher budget, the Bellroy Slim Sleeve is a great option that is recommended often. Along with some of Bellroys other slim wallets.

u/-Perimeter · 1 pointr/EDC

AlpineSwiss Leather Card Case Wallet Slim Super Thin 5 Card Slots Front Pocket,One Size,Black https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00AB0AX4C/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_UTGeAbA1926J4

This is the one I have and I have had it for years. It’s starting to stretch a little bit but still holds everything good and it barely shows any wear. It was cheap and well worth the money spent. I have been looking for a new wallet though. I’ve seen some pictures of metal ones that may be nice. I saw MGW (famous for car shifters) made a new metal wallet called the Scudo which looks nice but it may be too thick for my liking. They are really good looking though.


u/Vectorbug · 1 pointr/running

I run commute 5-7 miles each way so I carry wallet, iPhone, keys and sometimes garage door clicker. I just bought this fanny pack (errr, running belt, w/e). It's perfect for wallet and keys. My running shorts have a little pocket in the back for the 3rd slab/item. It's been a really good combination. Can't attest to its long-term durability but I forget I'm wearing it.

I've also gone running in cycling jerseys for their pockets. This one in particular is almost perfect, except its too short in the front for running - however I'm 6'1" and own the Medium because I'm not a heavy guy.

The night light material, full zip and pockets in the back is perfect. The fit hugs my body so it wicks very efficiently and the junk in the pockets doesn't bounce around. If only the front was a little bit longer, but when I wear my singlet, the jersey is out of sight.

u/invdevm · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Since you want to spend $50, why not gift someone a very good book which one can cherish and value for a long time.

Amazon recently opened its stores (online) in India. You can check my wishlist as my flair on this subreddit. (Prices on Indian site are cheaper in case of books).

Anyway, here are some of my suggestions (you can also gift used products available on Amazon to save some money):

Invisible Ink Marking Pen & LED UV Light, Sharpie Type Marker and Flashlight (http://www.amazon.com/Invisible-Ink-Marking-Sharpie-Flashlight/dp/B0001UQ8V4/ref=sr_1_1?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1374494106&sr=1-1&keywords=UV+pen)

Alpine Swiss Men's Leather Wallet - Euro Traveler style with Center Flip ID Window - Black Comes in a Gift Bag (http://www.amazon.com/Alpine-Swiss-Mens-Leather-Wallet/dp/B004M6UD46/ref=wl_it_dp_o_pC_nS_nC?ie=UTF8&colid=3NYITGN2VAD9F&coliid=I20X8VSZ91MU94)

Samsung HM1100 Bluetooth Wireless Headset (http://www.amazon.com/Samsung-HM1100-Bluetooth-Wireless-Headset/dp/B004M180HS/ref=wl_it_dp_o_pC_S_nC?ie=UTF8&colid=3NYITGN2VAD9F&coliid=I3CFG8VSQO43IG)

Universal PC/Stereo Gaming Headset - Yapster TM-YB100A – Black (http://www.amazon.com/Universal-Stereo-Gaming-Headset-TM-YB100A/dp/B001FY7LBQ/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1374497019&sr=8-1&keywords=headphone+with+microphone)

Business Card Holder (Leather) (http://www.amazon.com/Leather-Business-Holder-Expandable-Wallet/dp/B000UZ9YQG/ref=sr_1_5?s=apparel&ie=UTF8&qid=1374498622&sr=1-5&keywords=credit+card+case)

Bicycle 1800 Vintage Series Playing Cards by Ellusionist.com (BLUE) (http://www.amazon.com/Bicycle-Vintage-Series-Playing-Ellusionist-com/dp/B001OVN8OY/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1374497394&sr=8-2&keywords=vintage+cards)

Reddit Alien Car Window Vinyl Decal Sticker 4" Tall (Color: White) (http://www.amazon.com/Reddit-Alien-Window-Vinyl-Sticker/dp/B00B1UI4MY/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1374496931&sr=8-1&keywords=reddit)

Belkin USB 2.0 4-Port Ultra-Mini Hub (http://www.amazon.com/Belkin-USB-2-0-4-Port-Ultra-Mini/dp/B000Q8UAWY/ref=wl_it_dp_o_pC_nS_nC?ie=UTF8&colid=3NYITGN2VAD9F&coliid=I2Z6AZXMALJOY2)

Ewatchfactory Men's 56109 Disney "Vintage" Mickey Mouse Watch (http://www.amazon.com/Ewatchfactory-56109-Disney-Vintage-Mickey/dp/B004TOXP3W/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1374497721&sr=8-1&keywords=micky+mouse+watch)

Alpine Swiss Leather Card Case Wallet Slim Super Thin 5 Card Slots - Thinnest Front Pocket Wallet in the Market (http://www.amazon.com/Alpine-Swiss-Leather-Wallet-Super/dp/B00AB0AX4C/ref=sr_1_13?ie=UTF8&qid=1374498539&sr=8-13&keywords=credit+card+case)

Here's my complete wishlist: http://amzn.com/w/3NYITGN2VAD9F

u/chrisbenson · 5 pointsr/BuyItForLife

That's a good looking wallet. Thanks for sharing.

I love my Radix One. It's so minimal, I barely even notice it in my front pocket, and I can quickdraw cards out of it which is pretty awesome.


u/nakedracinginsect · 4 pointsr/EDC

In the first picture I forgot my Eleaf iCare and then in the second picture I forgot my Nixon The Chronicle.

Everything on here was purchased on Amazon except for the iCare and my actual iPhone SE... and my truck. The light and pen were just added to my loadout thanks to /r/EDC!

Phone Case: Ringke SLIM

Light: Streamlight Microstream C4

Knife: Spyderco Byrd Meadowlark2

Pen: Fisher X-Mark Space Pen

Wallet: Radix One Slim

I like neat and clean. Also, thanks to /r/minimalism I tend to be very critical of my belongings in both my pocket and my life. When I deem there is nothing left to take away it causes a nice calming effect.

u/jcob · 2 pointsr/tf2

These look like what red scout is wearing, rolled up.

Or these


I believe these are what he is actually wearing, rolled up

Tape this to the bag

Do you have a target? He does not seem to really be wearing baseball pants, more along the lines of rolled up work pants or really look like rolled up umpire pants, these should be an easy match, roll them up into shorts like he does and voila! A perfect match! Or maybe even a pair of dickie like shorts that you can roll up a bit. You need that roll on the bottom and you need charcoal color!

u/1841lodger · 3 pointsr/malefashionadvice

Well, I recently got a pair of Wurkin Stiffs Power Stays on the cheap (I think they were $15 at Nordstrom Rack). And I wasn't too crazy about them. I've used plastic and metal stays before, and they've honestly worked just as well in my experience. For that price, I would pass in the future. But your link seems to be a slightly different style of product.

I suppose it could be interesting, but I would honestly use them primarily for button down shirts to keep a clean look between that 1st and 2nd button down on some shirts. Too deep look trashy, and too high looks up-tight. In between is just about right. These could do the trick, but I'm not sure if they're worth it, how well they work, or if they would look seamless and not overly try-hard. Not to mention, most of my shirts look fine without them.

u/TheCoastalCardician · 1 pointr/Magic

Sharpie w/ reveal on the side.
Streamlight Microstream
Car & House key, with a Nano Clip attached.
Apple Watch
iPhone SE
Cigarette case w/ smokes but organized to fit a small lighter in there as well.
Gerber Ghoststrike on belt.

If there’s two things on this list I’d recommend everyone use if they aren’t using, it’s gum (or mints. Just never have rank breath.), and the Nano clip. This is the clip. Absolutely awesome for pocket management!

u/w4itwh4t · 1 pointr/Gentleman

My fellow gentleman you've been missing out: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00PYKPB3M/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_wO8pzbF1CK5XY

You should "actually" try these for a week. I made that mistake at first, but I'm on my 3rd set. Worst-case you try it for a week, don't like it and then simply return it.

I also find that a bamboo cotton undershirt does a fair job at keeping a shirt tucked in.

Additionally a tailored shirt plays a role in this as well of course.

Combine all 3 and this problem is 99% solved. Always good to leave a margin of error. ;D

Note: The metal on these clips tend to rust after a couple years, however, the strap are very soft and comfortable which I why I've reordered from this company. If anyone has used other clips with more durable metal while maintaining the comfort of the straps then please make a recommendation.

That's my 2 cents.

u/LippencottElvis · 1 pointr/BuyItForLife

I carry the very similar Dopp Regatta 88, and I'm on my 2nd one in ~10 years or more. The only reason I had to replace it was that the clear plastic over the license had started cracking.

Other than that, I'll probably buy a 3rd and a 4th because I absolutely love 3 things about it:

  • quick access to cash, much like a clip. Nothing to undo, just slip bills in folded.

  • storage for cards and other miscellaneous paper. I have upwards of 6-8 cards in mine (2-3 in each slot)

  • the clear license area with the access hole makes it easy to flash the license, as well as remove and re-insert quickly.
u/[deleted] · 2 pointsr/PKA

They have the Radix One wallet found here.

I personally didn't hear it mentioned on the show, I think I may have missed it, but after seeing it on the sub I believed it and bought one and it's fucking great.

It's like 1/4th the size of my wallet & it's smaller than you'd think. Only issue I guess could be that if you don't have enough cash there is a chance it can slip out, I had 2 5's slip out in my pocket somehow. So I put a couple extra 1's in there to make it harder to slip out. OR you can put cash in with the cards, I'll probably do that next time as it looks cleaner too.

edit: Also I might try one of these soon.

u/iwantauniqueusername · 1 pointr/BuyItForLife

Amazon has much better pictures than the Saddleback website. I bought the chestnut brown color. It is a little more reddish than the color on amazon indicates but I still really like it.

Everything I have read about the company has been great. There were a few negative reviews on amazon where Saddleback contacted the reviewer and sent them a replacement because it seemed like something was wrong. I have not had any issues with mine through and absolutely love it.

u/KidneyLand · 1 pointr/EDC

I've been using this for 2-3 years. Got it for around ~12-13, which I believe to be a fantastic deal for minimal low-profile wallet that I usually leave in my front pocket. I rarely notice it because of how thin it is. I use it to hold two credit cards, my ID, HSA card, and $20 (emergency money). What is nice is there is a pouch area in the middle which you can slip a few bills in.

In my opinion I still believe this is the BEST minimal wallet for someone who doesn't use cash very often.

u/DonOblivious · 3 pointsr/bicycling

You don't need a whole bunch of cycle-specific clothing. IMO the number one key piece of kit is a windbreaker of some sort. You could pick one up from walmart but for around the same price Wiggle has a cycling windbreaker. Longer sleeves, pit vents, long tail, high collar: all things I wish my current windproof jacket had.

budget mittens. I've seen the set for ~$10 shipped. Wool mitten'ish things for the cold day with a windproof shell for the really cold and windy ones. Layers are good!

Costco has wool-blend thermal bases for pretty cheap. I picked up some cheap ski goggles there last year: pretty handy for keeping the eyeballs pain free.

u/steveXray · 2 pointsr/EDC

Items listed below with links in case anybody is interested:

Persol Sunglasses https://amzn.to/2H6piK2

Leuchtturm1917 Hardcover Dotted Journal https://amzn.to/2EAFcL8 (I try to journal daily)

Distilunion Card Minimalist Card Wallet https://amzn.to/2XqUc5z (This is probably the best slim card wallet i've every had. Hard to beat)

Seiko SKX013 https://amzn.to/2Ube5vt

Parker Ink Pen https://amzn.to/2ECKvK6

Leather Journal Cover https://amzn.to/2Xrsg1w (I love the smell of this thing! ha)

Explore Notebook https://amzn.to/2EBETje (This notebook is more of a to-do list v my daily journal. Helps me stay organized)

Leatherman Squirt https://amzn.to/2H708eu (This thing always comes in handy)

Mophie Powerstation https://amzn.to/2T8dqP7

Kershaw Clash https://amzn.to/2SvSbkV

iPad Air 2 https://amzn.to/2UbA99j

iPad Air 2 Keyboard Case https://amzn.to/2H3fn80

Speck iPhone 7Plus Case https://amzn.to/2H7YEAj

iPhone 7Plus (Not Pictured) https://amzn.to/2SvrvAD

u/chocolatelove89 · 1 pointr/malefashionadvice

Here are some tips that may help:

If you're leaving the top button of a button-down open, wear a V-neck undershirt that will not show

If your shirt does not have a button down collar, use magnetic collar stays (such as Wurkin Stiffs) to prevent your collars from flaring. You can also find cheaper options by purchasing metal collar stays and neodymium magnets

If you're going to roll up your sleeves, consider wearing a watch that matches the formality of your outfit. This adds visual interest to your otherwise bare forearm and wrist

If you're wearing horizontal stripes, make sure that your clothing is well fitted. Otherwise, you're adding 10 lbs. with the bagginess and 10lbs. with the stripes

I'm not sure what you're thinking of wearing for shoes, but consider some medium to dark brown leather shoes (e.g. chukkas, driving mocs). Again, your footwear should match the formality of your outfit.

I hope this helps. You're already making much better style choices than I did for my senior pictures!

u/wesleyeff · 1 pointr/AppleCard

I’ve been using this wallet for a few years and I love it. Easily fits 8-10 cards. Some folded cash. I keep my house key in it. And it’s the size of a credit card and fits great in my front pocket.

u/lepetitcombinard · 9 pointsr/malefashionadvice

Layering is really important. I don't know what you already have in your wardrobe but a few warm sweaters, a decent coat would be nice (from Uniqlo, Jcrew/JCrew Factory, Gap...). A good pair of boots and socks are also a must. Not too familiar with Chicago but you might also want long underwear. Finally, you'll want to grab gloves, a beanie and a scarf.

u/Craig · 1 pointr/EDC

My wife got me one of these Rogue Wallets a couple of years ago - I really like it. The ballistic nylon (feels almost like kevlar, just smoother) is a nice change up from leather, it is designed to be carried in the front pocket (I'm never going back to back pocket carry) and it is very slim (you will decide what you need and you will not put anything else in there). It is also RFID protected. Still looks and feels pretty much exactly how it did when I unwrapped it.

u/cap-cap · 8 pointsr/CampingandHiking

Croakies are fantastic. I wear them doing anything from hiking to mountain bike and they've always held on. They really help your glasses fit up nice and snug. Inexpensive and you don't have to worry about multiple pairs of glasses.

u/booboorocks998 · 1 pointr/wallets

I got this wallet recently and I love it so far. It's very slim and I have 7 cards in it plus cash comfortably. It can fit probably 2 more cards easily. You can get a huge rebate if you buy it on their website and post pictures of it on social media. Kind of scummy, but hey a deal is a deal. Also they have other slim wallets that I like on their website.

The wallet I got.

Their website

u/westin_majors · 1 pointr/minimalism

I absolutely love my Radix One Slim Wallet. I never use it to carry cash but it holds all my cards really well and I keep the two I use most on both ends and it's super quick to get at them

u/Soapy9 · 1 pointr/onebag

I only carry 4 cards and a few notes, so this wallet works amazingly well for me. It's pretty tiny and really easy to use - you just pull the little tab out and the top 2 cards slid out giving immediate access to everything.

u/MyUsernameIsJudge · 2 pointsr/EDC

That's pretty to-the-point. The only thing I could think of would be nicer earbuds with a case or something to wrap them around. Or a slimmer wallet/cardcase. This one is very popular and looks to fit your style: http://www.amazon.com/Radix-One-Slim-Wallet-Black/dp/B00WXPCWY2/ref=sr_1_1?s=apparel&ie=UTF8&qid=1449387248&sr=1-1&nodeID=7141123011&keywords=slim+wallet

u/iiMoodyii · 1 pointr/malefashionadvice

I got these and they've been pretty good so far

World's Best Shirt Stays from Shirt Stay Plus (One Size, Black Y Style) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00PYKPB3M/ref=cm_sw_r_other_apa_tCf4ybQKB0917

u/ItsJP · 2 pointsr/ReviewThis

Yes, I myself got this one, perfect for me because of its size. You can fit like 6-9 cards into it + drivers license and a slot for money.

u/cuteman · 0 pointsr/BuyItForLife

>I have 2 credit cards and 2 debit cards, some cash (usually), 1 old card for picking door locks, few gift cards, library card, 2 insurance cards, and ID. Money clip is not enough...


I've currently got 13 various ID cards, credit cards, rewards cards, etc. and about 15 dollar bills of various denominations.

I use this one, it is not fancy at all. You can put cards on both sides.


u/Twilsonx · 2 pointsr/pics

Buy Rick Steve's Europe Through The Back Door to get a general feel for what to expect while traveling through Europe.

Also buy an up to date guidebook for each country you'll be visiting. It was unbelievably handy know what time everything opened, what prices to expect, and such literally everywhere I went.

Hostels you can book in advance on Hostelbookers.com or hostelworld.com.

Having lots of experience with MTA and CTA gave me a bit of an advantage when catching trains and busses.

If you're a man, get a no-fold front pocket wallet. I have used it nonstop since getting back stateside. It is awesome.

Thats all I can think of off the top of my head. Have fun on your trip. My trip was a graduation trip also.

u/brienc23 · 2 pointsr/Wetshaving

I don’t know if you are a front pocket type, but I have really enjoyed mine with this form factor. The one I have had Kevlar sides but I can’t find one like that on Amazon today.

Edit, fixing the link

u/crayonbox · 3 pointsr/WaltDisneyWorld

I bought [Croakies] (https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B0019LAPSQ/ref=pd_aw_sim_468_1?ie=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=GKTSDXXH8RWHPZP1JR1H&dpPl=1&dpID=516hh7KTHWL) about 3 years ago for a Universal Trip and strongly recommend. The strap held on strongly and comfortably for the entirety of the Universal trip, two swim classes since then, and a full year of regular wear (I got a pair of glasses that were too heavy of a frame and they would basically fall off my face if I looked down for too long). I like that you can fit these close to your head, so the strap isn't just hanging off the glasses, but rather snugly secured.

u/tuskentower · 2 pointsr/CreditCards

I’ve been using a front pocket wallet for years (three over a decade). I can draw my license or first two credit cards without taking my wallet out of my pocket. I used to find that very useful before Apple Pay.

It holds my cash, 4-6 credit/debit cards and few other extra items that fit in there.

Thanks to everyone who posted links. I’m going to be drooling over what wallet to get next.

Dopp front pocket wallet

u/TheBigEgg · 3 pointsr/bicycling

I wear glasses all the time when I bike. I used to wear contacts, but stopped when my eyes got too sensitive. I use a strap like this with my normal glasses, and they work well to keep my glasses from slipping down my face. Just make sure the arms of your glasses are thin enough to fit through the sleeves.

u/stockemboppers · 1 pointr/BuyItForLife

I have a Sherman brands wallet that I really like. I've only had it for a few months but it definitely uses real leather and any light scratches buff out nicely. See if it meets your needs!

u/FredSchwartz · 1 pointr/BicycleGear


Here's what works for me, may or may not be right for you.

I ride all-year in Virginia, so maybe not hugely different from you; have done anywhere between 50 and >200 miles in a week. I use the same nonspecific clothing on my bike as I do for hiking and other things. Dress in layers, have some good wind/water breaking shell, and keep your legs warm to keep your feet warm. I learned that the hard way - frozen toes due to not keeping the bloodlines to my tooties toasty.

My typical summer gear: wool or Smartwool undershorts, cheap gym shorts, T-shirt (maybe a wicking shirt if it's really hot), plain cotton socks, hiking sneakers. Comfy leather Brooks saddle. No padding necessary or wanted. 50-70 mile days certainly doable.

Fall: long-sleeve T-shirt and add a layer; some warmer hiking pants and a shell, sometimes with a light fleece top. Switch from cotton socks to Smartwool thicker hiking socks.

Winter: add a layer. Silk long underwear in particular is CRAZY WARM. Wore that winter hiking in Iceland, and I was stripping down and sweating when the rest of my group was complaining about being cold. Silk sock liners under the heavy Smartwool hiking socks. Got some military surplus shooting mittens : wool liners, leather outers with wrist covers, you can pull index finger in or out for warmth or controls. Those, and my helmet, are the only gear I've bought specific for cycling.

Example of military winter shooting mittens with liners:

u/dlo137 · 1 pointr/malefashionadvice

Dopp Regatta 88 in Black found it from /r/EDC. Pretty happy with it so far considering how much thicker my old wallet was. Def helps when you're wearing skinny jeans

u/j000p · 6 pointsr/EDC

Phone: iPhone 5c + cheap Spigen case

Watch: Seiko SKX007 + Super Oyster II Bracelet

Wallet: Radix One

Keychain: Remove Before Flight tag, Sandisk Ultra Fit, Dollar Store Carabiner

Keychain Multitool: Victorinox Classic OR Leatherman Micra

Multitool: Leatherman Skeletool

Flashlight: Streamlight Microstream

Pen: Fisher Space Pen OR Modded Zebra 701

Yoyo: The Sage (for now)

First post, any questions or suggestions please feel free. Thanks guys!

u/Psykerr · 1 pointr/Sciatica


Pick up one of those when you can. It's contoured for front-pocket use, shielded to protect any RFID tags from skimming, is super sturdy, and is pretty minimalist. Not only does it work for front-pocket, but it encourages you not to bring your whole house with you.

u/moose09876 · 1 pointr/EDC

I'm currently a big fan of the Distl Union Wally, I just wish the leather was a bit higher quality. Been carrying it for about a year now and it's already showing lots of fade where the corners of the card rub. Haven't found one I like better. Definitely not a BIFL candidate.


u/PackingLite · 4 pointsr/onebag

I did a video on a bi-fold which is pretty light and slim. The other two wallets visible at the beginning of the video are the Saddleback front pocket wallet and the slimmy front pocket wallet. I use the Slimmy most often, its a great thin wallet.

u/Rubixx_Cubed · 1 pointr/churning

Not op but I use this one I got from amazon 6 months back. Has held up really well so far and the leather stretches nicely after an initial break in period.

Holds about 6-8 cards max. I have my license, ins, and a single bill of cash in the middle pocket. Can be used as a front or back pocket wallet.


u/ISKZ · 3 pointsr/EDC

Been juggling around items trying to figure out what's best for at home / out in public and I'm finally happy with the following combo:

u/Stonerman33 · 1 pointr/EDC

I'll piggyback here as well and say if you're ok with leather, to check out the Saddleback Front Pocket Wallet

I have one in brown and it's holding up great. 100 year warranty I think. I have found them on Amazon as well and sometimes they are cheaper at one place over the other.

u/jsamhead · 1 pointr/EDC

I suggest something from the Wally Line from Distil Union (or something similar).

The Wally Micro would probably be your best bet due to it's extremely small size. You can fit plenty of cards and it takes up VERY little space because all the cards are stacked together, unlike a traditional wallet where each card gets its own pocket. They're still very easy to access though since you can fan them out easilly once you've pulled the tab.

I have used the larger Wally Bifold for the past year and it's been a delight. It may be a good option to hold all of your cards in the same wallet. I'm actually thinking about switching to the Wally Micro now since I've cut my card carrying down to just my Driver's License and Debit Card on a daily basis.

I realize both suggestions are leather and that's not preferred, but I hope this helps you narrow your search!

u/your_message_here · 2 pointsr/Frugal

I have a similar style from Alpine Swiss from Amazon. Good for 6-8 cards and cash. Leather looks great with 2 months wear

u/mamontague · 6 pointsr/EDC

Very good quality stuff, I have this one in tobacco brown and I love it!

u/pmmeyourmickeyears · 1 pointr/Disneyland

This is my wallet. It fits right into a front pocket without being bulky, keeps fast pass or park tickets straight and dry, and is great for carrying around a small amount of cash, ID, AP, and a credit card or two.

u/HckrSvn · 1 pointr/EDC

I use this Alpine Swiss wallet, and it sounds like it meets your criteria. It's also pretty affordable too, which is nice. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00EOYKEEA

u/Nathan51503 · 1 pointr/EDC

Peeking through my amazon purchase history. I bought this is feb of 2017

After carrying it since then I feel like it’s a good compromise between a traditional big wallet and a minimalist. Very happy with this one. It’s been durable and convenient

Travel Wallet RFID Blocking Bifold Slim Genuine Leather Thin Minimalist Front Pocket Wallets for Men with Money Clip - Made From Full Grain Leather (Texas Brown 1.0) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01FUYP6YA/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_B31GDbJQQ53G1

u/ninjasurfer99 · 2 pointsr/churning

Great question! I've tried a bunch, but by far this is my favorite!

Super slim and with a simple pull on the tab, it allows you quick access to four different cards. It will hold up to 15 cards, no problem!

u/DogOnABike · 1 pointr/AskMen

I carried a pretty nice leather tri-fold wallet until I realized that I never used 90% of the crap that was in it. I replaced it with this cheap thing with just my driver's license, work ID, and a credit card. It's still holding up well after five years.

u/Lost_My_Dolphin · 1 pointr/churning

I use the Basics Slim Wallet and love it. I keep 15-16 cards in it easy.

u/spscrappers · 1 pointr/churning

I was just in your shoes as my former wallet was falling apart. After a decent amount of research I settled on the Distil Union Wally ([link](Distil Union Wally Bifold Slim Leather Wallets for Men - Money Clip, Credit Card Holder, Billfold (Ink with Flexlock) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01M8MFWXS/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_RcmsybCVVJ324). I've only had it for about two weeks but it's been great thus far. It's a bit on the minimal side, but I had gotten really tired of sitting on a big wad of cards, cash, and receipts all day, so it's been nice to go the other direction.

Did you have a particular style you were looking for?

u/sponge-worthy93 · 1 pointr/malefashionadvice

I would avoid "high-rise" jeans, but a normal, not low-rise jean should be the most flattering and will make your butt look better than low-rise.

Have you tried shirt stays?

u/Ketomatic · 1 pointr/loseit

There are cheaper options that do similar shit, like cloth belts or elastic belts.

That aside, the mission belts do look awesome! If I wasn't such a cheap skate I'd think about it. (As it is, putting a new hole in my current belt is free, I like free).

u/LoneGhostOne · 4 pointsr/LifeProTips

If you're not trying to go out for hours on end, i reccomend just layering up. You dont exactly need to have wool cloths, but as /u/HyperGeometer says, cotton has some big issues in winter weather. Wool also has a benefit of whicking moisture away from your body.

For your hands i suggest getting a pair of mittens. I have a pair of surplus military trigger finger mittens which use a wool inner liner, and a nylon/leather outer liner which is wind/water resistant. The wool keeps your hands from getting sweaty while wearing them, and with them being mittens your fingers share heat.

u/vullnet123 · 2 pointsr/AskMen

I have [this](Saddleback Leather Front Pocket ID Wallet - Best Selling 100% Full Grain Small Leather Wallet with 100 Year Warranty https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0024YVG5S/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_-bOUAb9JD7V46) card holder. Would recommend.

Only issue is now that I have a gf and eat out more I need cash for tips, so I can't be card only 🙃

u/big_carp · 1 pointr/InternetIsBeautiful

This was actually really useful. I have been looking for a new, slim wallet for a little while now and I found this using that site.


u/_CorkTree_ · 1 pointr/EDC

What all are you carrying in your wallet? For just cards and cash, I use the Radix One. I was skeptical at first, but I love mine

u/RanTheRedCedar · 2 pointsr/OkCupid

I hope you have thermal underwear in that mix somewhere. Thermals are key.

When I ski I wear 3 thermal tops and one bottom with These snowpants and this belt.

You probably don't need something that expensive for just messing around in the snow. Check for closeout sales if you actually want to get one. Last years winter outdoor jackets/pants and some gear is always 20-60% off.

u/MJT7665 · 0 pointsr/churning

I have this one. The pull tab is great as I can easily access my MSR cards

u/KylenolForKids · 2 pointsr/malefashionadvice

Wurkin Stiffs are only $20 on Amazon

That said, I wear them every time I wear a non-button down collar without a tie and will continue to in the future. They successfully eliminate the problem you describe on most shirts, although they can be a little awkward with certain collars. I think I've gradually gotten better at finding the appropriate place to put the magnets.

Pull the trigger if you'll use them. It's also a cool small business that appeared on Shark Tank, if you want to look into them more.

u/dolver · 1 pointr/minimalism

I JUST ordered a solution yesterday because my binder clip was really screwing up my cards (rust, etc).

I searched through the minimalism subreddit, but didn't find anything for me. So I ended up finding this one, which is a little over $5 and I am hoping it will work well and not cost way more than a minimal piece of metal/leather/whatever should.

u/wickedsteve · 2 pointsr/BuyItForLife

I like my slim clip. You can't more minimalist than that. Just as good as a wallet, it holds all the cards I need on one side and cash on the other. It is cheap, lasts forever and I find it far more secure or cautious in a front pocket than a wallet in a back pocket. It also keeps me from becoming a hoarder since there is not a lot of room for cards I don't really need.


u/M1keHonch0 · 1 pointr/BuyItForLife

I hate sitting on my wallet. To me it doesn't make sense. So I carry mine in the front pocket. This one is designed for the front pocket. I absolutely love it. Had it almost 4 years now, it's still like new. Would buy it again (if I have to) and I buy them for friends all the time.

u/doggexbay · 1 pointr/productivity

When I've gone wallet-free I've used the fat rubber bands that are usually sold with produce like broccoli & asparagus. My spare credit cards still live in one of these in the sock drawer.

Otherwise the Dopp Regatta is the most practical minimal wallet I've found - inconspicuous, soft material, separated card slots (5), ID window and a bi-fold center that expands a little to accommodate, well, whatever you happen to pick up during the day. Cheap, too.

u/lipstickandsteak · 1 pointr/femalefashionadvice

Have you tried a expandable waist pack / runners' belt? It's not structured like a traditional fanny pack but solves the "Where do I put my keys?" question. Something like this

u/smellsofelderberry · 3 pointsr/BuyItForLife

Yep that's the one.


I also gave these a try for the RFID shielding and really happy with it, https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01FUYP6YA/. If slim and simple are really what you're going for then the Duluth is the one.

u/pierceham · 3 pointsr/EDC

In the box:

u/cats_cats_cats · 2 pointsr/malefashionadvice

What looks perfect? The Carhartt? Because they are still readily available.

The beanie you linked looks alright. Don't know much about the brand.

u/random19 · 2 pointsr/malefashionadvice


I have one of these inc hestnut and I love it.

Some might say it isn't the best leather, but its a good wallet for the price I think

u/airlaflair · 1 pointr/churning

Ive had it for a year now, this thig is wonderful. I recommend it!
EDIT: I was wrong, I have this one. Same brand and i like the clip

u/RideandRoll · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I am a high school biology teacher (here is some proof and proof) as well as a college student. I would love any of the items on my teaching or books list but what I want most on my list right now is a new wallet because I had to throw out my old wallet when I spilled a few unfriendly chemicals on it. Fortunately the contents were fine but the wallet itself is unusable. I am a teacher and I thank you for this wonderful contest.

u/spleeble · 1 pointr/FixedGearBicycle

With temps that low you probably want mittens.

These are probably the best value out there:


u/buckett · 1 pointr/running

> https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00II1SHBW/ref=cm_sw_r_awd_2I8xub0WYGNRD

That looks like it would work, too! Thanks for the recommendation.

u/Sahara_Devil · 4 pointsr/malefashionadvice

So, I had this decision to make a little while back and I pulled the trigger and went with A Saddleback ID wallet. For several reasons.

1: The Saddleback is so. much. cheaper. -depending on Tanner Goods choice

2: The quality is still good for the Saddleback (full grain leather and vegetable dyes), and isn't as flashy as Tanner Goods.

3: The small profile of the ID wallet has allowed me to prevent bulky wallets from showing in my shorts and jeans. I found the slightly more space for storage than say the Tanner Goods journeyman to be worth it, the journeyman is too small for day use in my opinion.

4: I have back pain, and the smaller profile ID wallet allows me to keep it in front pockets without being obtrusive.

5: I've gotten plenty of compliments with the Saddleback, specifically I got the Tobacco colored one, I find it goes very well with almost anything.

6: The smaller ID wallet lets you keep just what you need, some cash a few cards, and an ID so you don't clutter your wallet up.

u/quizbuk · 1 pointr/malefashionadvice

As an American I rarely carry cash and coins are pretty much obsolete in out debit/credit culture.

I bought this on a whim from an office supply store and I won't carry anything else.

If I run out of space I prioritize or digitize like the article said. It also works well, albeit temporarily, for business cards.


u/healthfood · 3 pointsr/malefashionadvice

I've had one of these Carhartt beanies for almost 2 years and it's been pretty close to perfect. Very warm and very much a steal

u/ILoveYouSoVeryMuch · 1 pointr/EDC

I don't have any pen or stylus recommendations, and my flashlight was discontinued in '09, but I can reccommend the Alpine Swiss wallet. I carry 3 IDs, 3 debit cards, and 1 credit card. With those 7 cards, it's probably about the width of a regular empty wallet. They make even slimmer wallets, but I don't know how many cards they fit.

u/sketchymcsketcherson · 3 pointsr/Survival

This is the best advice. I have carried between 4 and up to 6 different pairs of gloves or mittens. Poly-pro liners/contact gloves, nylon ski gloves, leather work gloves, trigger finger mittens, arctic mittens. Different gloves for different tasks.

Probably the best all around extreme cold weather glove I've used are these Trigger finger mittens

Ugly as hell, and not waterproof, but they have my stamp of approval.
You make a fist inside the mitten unless you need your fingers.
Pair those with flight or contact gloves, and waterproof ski gloves and you are set for almost anything.

u/7U5K3N · 1 pointr/AskMen

I used to have a Dopp wallet. Which is an amazing wallet, that does not have a money clip. Because well fuck money clips.

I now have a flipside wallet. I suggest the new 3x. It is slightly longer and thinner. Also the button has been redesigned from the 2x to hold the wallet closed better. I carry my 2x everyday. 85% of the people think that its a cellphone / iphone-wallet.

Obviously Im a front pocket kinda guy.

u/Braden1972 · 3 pointsr/BuyItForLife

Slim Clip $7


Had mine for about 8 years and it handles everything you need. Cash and about 8 credit/ID cards. Only thing it doesn’t hold is business cards but I don’t hand any out.

Don’t be a Costanza.

u/uvumtoof · 1 pointr/EDC

Different design, but still a pretty slim card holder. I've used one for awhile. ($15, i thought it was $10 - but they have another model that's $12 that holds cards horizontally)


u/jim51riffe · 1 pointr/EDC

I have both of these and like them both really well


u/Connguy · 0 pointsr/everymanshouldhave

NOTE: this link does not work properly on mobile, instead it redirects to the mobile Amazon page, then searches "wallet". Here are a few of the top links from the page, to help mobile users out:

Tommy Hilfiger Trifold - $20-25

Saddleback ID wallet - $35

Calvin Klein trifold - $35

Kenneth Cole passcase - $20

u/pizzazza · 3 pointsr/minimalism

Love my Saddleback Leather wallet. I have the tobacco one and it ages so nicely.

u/turntheworm · 1 pointr/EDC

Basics wallet. I love this thing....

BASICS Men's Slim Wallet Black https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00TVBOL6S/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_AvOhybAK3MFMH

u/RoarYo · 1 pointr/malefashionadvice

Definitely Wurkin Stiffs. Both Dappered and Primer Magazine wholeheartedly endorse them, and it's not hard to see why after using them for a while.

u/mark_man · 1 pointr/frugalmalefashion

I was looking for a new slim wallet and ended up buying this one. It's worked well for me so far, I was looking for some very slim and this fit the bill. It's very thin and real leather. It has 4 card slots and 1 large center pocket you could put some folded up cash or another card into. At $10 it's a good deal.

u/strangepath17 · 1 pointr/malefashionadvice

This is the wallet I use. Very happy with it. Maybe cheaper than what you are looking for. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01FUYP6YA/ref=cm_sw_r_sms_apa_i_XlsiDb6FDF572

u/Malthaeus · 22 pointsr/BuyItForLife

SlimClip. Not sure you'd call it stylish, but it's definitely slim and sturdy. I've been carrying this thing for 10 years now, and it's great. No regrets retiring fat, lumpy wallet for this puppy.


u/Drizu · 1 pointr/malefashionadvice

Not OP, but I have some. I recently picked up a Carhartt watch cap, and it's killer for the price. The material is very substantial and the branding is cool. You can't go wrong with them.

Target also has some great beanies for $5 each, so if you have one near you you may want to stop by to check them out.

u/dudical_dude · 2 pointsr/frugalmalefashion

I had this wallet for about a year and really didn't care for it at all. I then found this wallet on Amazon and I absolutely love it. It keeps a thin profile and is reasonably priced imo.

u/nonsensepoem · 1 pointr/AskMen

Saddleback front pocket wallet.

I've had it for two years so far and even after overstuffing it a few times it's still perfect.

u/DarkGamer · 0 pointsr/BuyItForLife

After wearing out too many leather wallets I got a cheapie and I've been really enjoying it so far. Had it about a year.

u/redditwrongright · 1 pointr/EDC

I have this one, I like it and it works well.

u/ARightProperLad · 1 pointr/AskMen

This RFID Blocking Bifold Leather Wallet from Amazon is my favorite wallet I’ve ever had.

The easy access slot for your main credit card is very convenient, it’s nice looking, and very slim which forced me to take out all the useless junk I used to have in my wallets before.

u/neooso · 1 pointr/churning

Distil Union Wally Bifold Slim Leather Wallet. Can hold a couple to many cards - my favorite wallet ever! https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01M8MFWXS/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_xwYAybXE10VSK

u/JaggedOne · 3 pointsr/victorinox

I got it on Amazon. Something like this.

u/echidnaguy · 2 pointsr/boston

I swear by these:


That second layer give you a lot more to work with.

They even make one with a little brim, which as someone with glasses, I really appreciate:


u/lurkjiggler · 2 pointsr/BuyItForLife

This has lasted 6 years so far...with no sign of ever breaking. The metal has not stressed either, holds everything just as securely as the first day.


u/Mybs736 · 3 pointsr/frugalmalefashion

I got these two weeks ago and can't believe I've lived a life with out them for so long.


Aside from shirts looking great, people think I've lost ten pounds.

u/donmcde · 2 pointsr/personalfinance

lol I don't actually carry all of them around with me. I tend to carry 3-6 depending on what I'm doing and if I'm meeting spend on new ones.

Edit: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00TVBOL6S/ref=oh_aui_search_detailpage?ie=UTF8&psc=1

u/backstab · 1 pointr/minimalism

I've been using the Saddleback ID Wallet for like 2 years now, never turning back!

u/bluegrassgazer · 2 pointsr/running

I odered this and really like it.
Runners Belt 22cm with Reflective Stripes - Black https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00II1SHBW/ref=cm_sw_r_awd_2I8xub0WYGNRD

u/dem_banka · 6 pointsr/FinancialCareers

Suit: Hugo Boss (x5)

Shirts: Brooks Brothers and Banana Republic

Belt: Salvatore Ferragamo and Hugo Boss

Shoes: Allen Edmonds, Salvatore Ferragamo

Ties: Hugo Boss, Versace, Brioni

Socks: Kirkland (match your pants people!)


u/cdelorim · 1 pointr/churning

Ive used a Slim Clip for almost 9 years now. Holds 5-6 credit cards plus my driver's license and insurance card. Second clip on the back holds cash. https://www.amazon.com/Slim-Clip-SCCH-MC12-Double-Sided-Money/dp/B00123VTAY

u/mackstann · 2 pointsr/minimalism

I've had this for a few years and like it.

u/unverifieduser · 2 pointsr/BuyItForLife

I have used Slim Clip for about 6 years, holds 6 cards and 30 bills. It doesn´t look like I will have to buy other wallet ever.

u/skippysqueaz · 1 pointr/malefashionadvice

I only wear "hats" in the winter. I wear things like This Carhartt one

u/jeosan · 2 pointsr/EDC

I've used like this for years.

u/DMRG7326 · 2 pointsr/malefashionadvice

One change I've made is replacing my wallet with a Radix One which I can fit in a front pocket along with my keys. This obviously isn't an option if you carry a lot of cash or many cards.

u/slid3r · 6 pointsr/CCW

In this image:

Hand Guns:

  • Smith and Wesson 1911 TA E-Series
  • Springfield XDm 4.5"
  • Sig P226 Legion
  • Sig P239
  • Glock 19 Gen 4
  • Sig P938


  • Desantis Nemesis
  • Stealthgear Onyx
  • Stealthgear Ventcore Mini
  • Bianchi 100 X2
  • Gray Sun Tactical Minimalist IWB X2
  • Gray Sun Tactical Minimalist OWB
  • Gray Sun Tactical Custom Carbon Fiber OWB


  • Kershaw Ken Onion Leek
  • Benchmade Barrage


  • Fisher 400 Space Pen - (meh)
  • Waterman Expert Ballpoint - (also meh)

    Not pictured:

  • Cross Contour Ballpoint - Missing in action - (amazing pen)


  • ThorFire TG06 LED
  • J5 Tactical V1-PRO


  • Citizen Perpetual Chrono AT

    The Rest:

  • Panama Jack polarized sunglasses - (Walgreens)
  • Sabre Red Pepper Spray
  • Slim Clip Double Sided Moneyclip - Fantastic. Had it for almost 10 years. The card is sticking out on purpose to show what a baller I am, it does not normally stick out at all.

u/jlbraun · 2 pointsr/COBike

Here is teh ultimates solution I have found down to -10F:

M1964 military surplus overmitts and liners, snosealed

Nitrile gloves to prevent sweating into the wool

u/celloman7 · 1 pointr/EDC

KeySmart Nano Clip | Pocket Clip Key Ring Holder - Secure Your Key Chain, Eliminates Pocket Bulge (1 Pack) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B018IN1OZ0/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_-3PPCb6920F7J

u/user745977732 · 2 pointsr/malefashionadvice

I bought a Dopp Regatta 88 Series Front Getaway Pocket 5 years ago and never looked back. $18 well spent.

u/tee2green · 1 pointr/malefashionadvice

I've had it for a month now. I'm pretty happy with it. I got the black/gray one, and it's showing a little bit of wear and discoloration, especially on the edges. But I never expected this wallet to look good, so it doesn't bother me.

My previous wallet was this one: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00AB0AX4C/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o08_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

I liked it for about a year, but it got wet one day and started to finally fall apart. And it was a pain in the butt to pull cash out.

So now I use the slim wallet 95% of the time. I have a plain leather wallet that I keep for formal events.

u/-TheDangerZone · 9 pointsr/frugalmalefashion

Just FYI, look into shirt stays. These keep my shirts tucked and straight all day long. No wrinkles, bunching or mid-day re-tuck ever again. They look like awkward stirrups but after a few wears, I was used to them and they are completely invisible.

u/HighSynergy · 1 pointr/malefashionadvice

Is there a big difference between the Carhartt Acrylic Watch hat and the WIP version?

As in a $12.99 vs. $39.99 difference?

I live in Canada where its reaching freezing temps soon and could use a new black one.

u/xiongchiamiov · 1 pointr/malefashionadvice

I wear this on the regular: Columbia Men's Military Web Belt - Casual for Jeans Adjustable One Size Cotton Strap and Metal Plaque Buckle,Black,One Size https://www.amazon.com/dp/B001FOR2CY/

u/iynque · 3 pointsr/EDC

$13 Radix One. Slim, looks good, and low cost.

u/lonchu · 2 pointsr/BuyItForLife

I bought mine here: http://www.amazon.com/Saddleback-Leather-Wallet-Coffee-Brown/dp/B0024YXG10/

Amazon might still have colors that are not aviable on Saddlebacks official site.

u/jun_julyaugust · 2 pointsr/churning

Serman Brands RFID blocker plus money clip bifold. Got rid of my Constanza wallet and started using this and I'll never go back. Looks sleek, no pocket bulge, and good quality. Including ID, I carry 8 cards.


u/TheHandsOfFate · 1 pointr/minimalism

Might not be quite minimalist for some but I think it strikes a good balance - the Dopp Regatta 88.

u/earthrace57 · 1 pointr/malefashionadvice

I'd look into getting one of the slim wallets like this: https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B00AB0AX4C/ref=mp_s_a_1_6?ie=UTF8&qid=1500928518&sr=8-6&pi=AC_UL420_SR280,420_FMwebp_QL65&keywords=alpine+swiss+wallet

All the functionality and tinyness of a money clip, without the semi pretentious connotation (or slightly childish connotation of a velcro equivalent).

u/gl21133 · 5 pointsr/bikecommuting

Someone posted about surplus military trigger mitts a while back and I got a pair. They’re amazing and stupid cheap. Buy some.

US Military G.I. Leather Trigger Finger Cold Weather Mittens Size Medium https://www.amazon.com/dp/B002B93CVW/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_O6i4DbDMJFT3Y

u/PM_ME_BASS · 1 pointr/CreditCards

NOMATIC Slim Basics

I usually carry the equivalent of 6-9 cards including ID/health insurance/debit card. I have a 2nd wallet for travel purposes, as I don't need to carry around priority pass or cancelled cards to try and get free bags every day.

I carry around 4 main cards: Debit, CSR, CFU, and what minimum spend card I'm working on. I can probably drop the CFU and the debit, but you never know when you need/want cash.

u/ZerglingHeadphones · 1 pointr/malefashionadvice


u/jiznon · 2 pointsr/frugalmalefashion

Would you go for a money clip? Purchased it for $5 and have had it for about three years.


Only flaw would be slight wear on the pants pocket:


u/TheOtherSon · -1 pointsr/malefashionadvice

Take a peek! Only found out about them after I started working at a job with a much looser dress policy.