If your like me, you like to carry the cards you need in your wallet but don’t like it to be too bulky, the Flowfold craftsman wallet is the perfect solution to that problem. I recently did a review on both the Flowfold Traveler limited trifold wallet, which is a more traditional wallet, and the Flowfold Minimalist card holder wallet, which is a one pocket wallet.  While both of those are excellent wallets, the Flowfold Craftsman is the perfect bridge between the two.

The craftsman wallet is made from high performance racing sailcloth with X-ply technology. It also has ballistic nylon around the border. The wallet has a very unique look and feel due to the racing sailcloth. It is extremely lightweight, weighing in at only 0.6 ounces. There is one currency pocket located in the middle of the wallet and two card pockets on either side. The wallet is 3.75″ x 3.125″ x 0.1″ allowing it to fit in very small pockets.

Flowfold craftsman wallet

While I almost always carry my wallet in my back pocket, every once in a while if I am in a large crowd with people very close to me I will move my wallet to a front pocket to protect myself from a pickpocket. The Craftsman fits great in a front pocket due to the compact size. It goes virtually unnoticed in a back pocket or front pocket.

Flowfold craftsman wallet

The craftsman easy holds several folded bills and six cards, although more could be added easily added. The wallet is also water-resistant so whether you get caught in the rain or are sweating a lot, your contents remain dry and protected. The Flowfold craftsman is made in the U.S.A. and comes with a lifetime warranty. I have several products from Flowfold and they are all extremely durable and solid.

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Author – Cameron Paidousis is a former Police Officer and is a current member in the Air National Guard where he serves in Security Forces. For his civilian job he works as security contractor for the U.S. Government. When not working he enjoys spending time with his family along with kayaking, hiking, and traveling.