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

Tyvek

 

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

Blog

RFID Blocking Explained

April 25, 2015

I introduced the RFID blocking option to both the Tyvek and Soft Shell line based on many requests for this functionality. Lots of customers choose this option, but others have noticed it and wondered what RFID is and whether they need a wallet to block it. I’m not going to try to convince you to get it, just explain what it is as best I can so you can decide. Here's a brief explanation and answers to the most common questions... RF stands for Radio Frequency and ID is Identification. It’s basically a way of transmitting information over the air between objects. There are a wide variety of applications for the technology, but the main ones are payments, identification, and building access badges. If...

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Loving my Cubic MICRO

April 12, 2015

Some of you may remember this post where I described the design process of creating the Cubic Tyvek MICRO. I had been using a Soft Shell for the last 6 months or so to test longevity, but after no signs of wear and a new Cubic sitting on the table from a photo shoot, I couldn’t resist switching over to it. I’ve obviously used each of my wallets for extended periods during development and testing... and while I don’t have kids, I can imagine that picking between my models would be like asking someone to say which child they love the most. Each time I start using one, I find that I love it even more. And the Cubic is no...

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