For the past several years, I've been a "front pocket wallet" kind of guy. However, I found that my front pocket wallet was growing thicker, and that I couldn't significantly downsize it because I have a need for more cards of various kinds.
I also don't like a big, thick back pocket wallet because I find them uncomfortable and unsightly. If you've ever seen the Seinfeld episode where George's wallet explodes because he puts in just one too many receipts, you'll know what I mean.
Thin is in (my pocket)
I recently found just the solution: the "All-ett" wallet, which claims to be the world's thinnest wallet. I've been using it for a little more than a month and I am so happy with this wallet!
It's made out of spinnaker sail cloth, which is a very thin and strong material (you can choose from a variety of colors - I went with black). In the picture at right (from the All-Ett site), both wallets contain exactly the same things. You can clearly see that the All-Ett, on the left, would be much more comfortable to have in your back pocket.
Curious how it works? Check out the demo at their site to see the flat wallet in action. There are also some good testimonials posted there.
Something for everyone
Check out the variety of products they offer - in addition to several types of wallets, they carry card cases, checkbook covers, and travel wallets.
Give it a try - there is a 30-day, unconditional money back guarantee, but I don't think you'll be sending this one back!