Your thin wallet search may be over. SlimFold™ makes the world’s thinnest, lightest, and strongest minimal wallets right here in San Francisco. Now with RFID blocking as an option. Let me help you pick the model that’s best for you...

Tyvek® and Soft Shell are the two materials available and they come in Original and MICRO size. Each model has several color/stitching combinations and an RFID blocking option.

  • Thinnest, lightest, and strongest wallets available
  • Innovative environmental materials with no animal products
  • Made in San Francisco

Soft Shell


The new SlimFold™ Soft Shell line is made from a material which feels similar to a ski jacket, yet is so abrasion resistant, it’s rated for use in motorcycle wear. It was even subjected to 70mph crash-testing on real pavement during development.

  • Stronger than leather
  • Bluesign® certified environmentally friendly material
  • Waterproof and machine washable



Made from the ultra rip-resistant FedEx mailing envelope material, the resulting SlimFold™ Tyvek line is the world’s thinnest wallet. Technically a sheet plastic, Tyvek is most commonly known for its use as FedEx packaging that’s almost impossible to open without getting scissors. Despite having a fully functional money pocket, ID window, and individual card slots, it’s still the thinnest wallet made, both empty and full.

  • Thinnest possible option
  • Ultra rip-resistant
  • 25% post-consumer recycled content and recyclable (HDPE)
  • Waterproof


Entrepreneurship Podcast Interview

September 07, 2015

Check 1-2… check check. Sibilance. I’ve usually been a bit busy keeping up with production runs and creating new products to take time out to tell more about the SlimFold story, but when Felix of the Shopify Masters podcast asked me to chat I thought that would be a great chance to share more behind the scenes stuff. In our conversation, we touch on some things such as... How I accidentally turned my Etsy shop into a crowdfunding project The way my breakfast with Erik from Pebble Smartwatch came about How sometimes succeeding slow can be better than failing fast So if you’ve ever been curious about the origins and history of SlimFold, head on over and check it out...

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Cutting Soft Shell Material Ain’t Easy

June 28, 2015

With Soft Shell material being deceptively strong, it is also deceptively difficult to cut! During a recent visit to the sewing house I snapped this clip of them using a mini circular saw to do the initial cutting to get it from roll to sheet form…. The Soft Shell wallets have been in use for over 6 months now and the Kickstarter backers were the first to get theirs. We received initial positive reactions to its durability, but now we’re starting to see even MORE POSITIVE comments come in about how well it’s lasted. Here are just a couple... 6 months after receiving mine in the mail, it still looks almost brand-new. It doesn't stay dirty, and the material is still strong and...

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