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- Sporty and compact, Timbuk2's new BiFold wallet features plenty of pockets for cards and cash, and an elastic strap to keep them all secure inside.
- 3 panel color and construction.
- Ballistic nylon exterior & rubberized accents.
- Heavy-duty stitching.
- Contrast stitching.
- 3 card and 2 paper currency pockets.
- See-through pocket for ID, bus or metro pass.
- Elastic strap keeps wallet secure.
- Dimensions: 4.25" x 3.75" (10.8 x 9.52 cm).
- Bottom Width: 4 1⁄4 in
- Middle Width: 4 1⁄4 in
- Top Width: 4 1⁄4 in
- Depth: 5⁄8 in
- Height: 3 3⁄4 in
- Weight: 2 oz
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Timbuk2 Bifold Wallet
Great wallet. Lots of places to put stuff in a bifold. First wallet I've purchased that wasn't leather and I don't regret it. The one thing that I have to complain about is that the wallet makes it difficult to remove your credit cards. They should have angled the edge of the material to expose the corner of the cards. If it wasn't for this one annoying thing, I would give it 5 stars.
- Casey A - customer
- from Iowa
- September 15, 2011
Rad Wallet Review - I bought this as a gift for my husband who is terrifically fussy about everything. Initially he thought it was "too green" and wanted to return it... However, he now loves it as it is compact but holds many items and the elastic strap keeps all items contained nicely. It fits easily into both front and rear pockets!
- Brandi K - customer
- from Rochester. NY
- March 1, 2007
Got this for my husband to replace an old leather wallet that was falling apart. He really likes this one and it keeps CCs more secure but that means they are not quite as easy to see or remove (I took one star off for this). The wallet is fairly streamlined and it seems very durable and the black with gray stripe is attractive. Overall he really likes this wallet.
- Erin B - customer
- from Dallas
- April 11, 2012
I was already familiar with the Timbuk2 product. It is only slightly different than the 2007 model. I liked the older style a little better because I don't use the elastic to close the wallet and the end where the logo is had a section that runs perpendicular to the other strips that gave the strap a place to neatly ride. Zappos was super. I had a wifi issue trying to order and the people on the phone were more than helpful. Once I did get online to order, it seemed like I had just submitted the order when UPS knocked. Zappos is just about as cool and sweet as ice cream.
- Gary G - customer
- from Portland, Oregon
- April 21, 2013
This wallet was exactly what I was looking for. It's modern, sturdy and thin. Made of nylon fabric like all the rest of Timbuk2's bags, it feels like it will last a long time. There's a bungee strap that does feel like it will wear out long before the wallet does.
- Michael P - customer
- from San Jose, CA
- October 9, 2012