Like a flock of geese, a wallet is filled with bills and should instinctually return home every spring after flying south to spend your money. Adopt a new pocket pet with this Groupon.
$12 for $25 Worth of Men’s and Women’s Ultra-Thin Wallets
Big Skinny wallets keep cards and cash safe in 1 of 36 sleek designs for both men and women, a holiday gift for unorganized pockets. The multi-pocket bifold ($23.95) packs away up to 25 plastic cards in pockets lined with rubber backing that prevents them from being lost when held upside down. Containing four extra-wide pockets, the trifold wallet ($24.95) closes snugly around credit cards and snapshots, and red, leather passport holders ($23.95+) keep couples sleek while jetting to romantic destinations or romantically breaking into the Kremlin. Big Skinny also bestows ultra-thin technology on money clips ($19.95), cell-phone wallets ($25.95), clutches ($29.95), checkbook covers ($13.95), and card holders ($7.95).
A Guinness World Record holder, Big Skinny cradles stockpiles of cards, cash, and other important belongings inside sleek and durable wallets designed to combat the scourge of ever-thickening pocketbooks. Designed to be one of the thinnest wallet lines in the world, each wallet is crafted with material that's 50% lighter and slimmer than a traditional wallet, perfect for those who hate thick wallets and prefer to stuff pockets with leftover macaroni. Crafted from ultrathin and resilient nylon microfiber and top-grain leathers, Big Skinny models weigh approximately 1 ounce and maintain a slender profile even when fully stocked with credit cards, business cards, and third-grade photos of ex-presidents. Each Big Skinny wallet also boasts soft, rounded corners that won’t make an imprint or tear through back pockets.
89% of 10,980 customers recommend
“Their wallets are very high quality and have great durability. The best part is that they aren't bulky or uncomfortable.”
“I am anxious to try this billfold and see if it works as well as my old one.”
“Be careful to read the fine print”