Clinton Hill Deluxe by Tight Wallets

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

We’re well into the new year, and one thing remains the same – slim wallets are here to stay. The folks at Tight Wallet know a thing or two about minimalistic carry, and their Clinton Hill Deluxe puts their skills on full display.

Helmed by Brooklyn-based designer Jack Sutter, Tight Wallets uses nothing but the best quality materials in their construction process. Crafted from soft Italian lambskin leather mated to durable canvas and high quality elastic, this thing expands to fit whatever you can throw at it, cutting down on bulk. The wallet is double stitched for maximum reliability, and is woven right here in America with custom sourced thread. The Deluxe Army colored wallet retails for $46 through the brand’s online store. [Purchase]

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