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Allett Wallets for Men and Women – Thin and Versatile

Allet Wallets

Allett Wallets for Men and Women – Thin and Versatile

Allett was founded in 1995 with the goal of making a versatile thin wallet that is still high quality and meets the needs of the consumer.

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We were sent the Original Thin Wallet for men to try.  The Original wallet was built for the guy who needs relief from an overstuffed, bulky wallet. The card pockets are laid out using our patented side by side design which ensures a thin wallet even when stuffed full. The functionality and comfort of this high capacity wallet will blow you away.

 

allett mens wallet

This wallet is perfect for my husband.  He has been increasingly downsizing his wallet and this wallet can hold up to 24 cards with a section that is split for dollar bills and receipts.  It is made out of a nylon ripstop fabric lending itself to long lasting durability and it wicks away moisture.

womans allett

We were also sent the Women’s Original Thin Wallet.   Tired of lugging around that huge, impractical wallet? Made to exceptionally high standards, the SoftTech Nylon Womens Original Wallet is slim, feather-light, and holds everything.

 

Allett Womans Wallet

This wallet can also hold up to 24 cards with a section that is split for dollar bills and receipts and a zippered change pocket.  It is made out of a nylon ripstop fabric lending itself to long lasting durability and it wicks away moisture. The color is considered Berry Blue but it looks more green – which is perfectly fine with me.  It also comes in black, brown, blush or plum.  It is attractive yet functional and perfect for minimizing the space needed in my purse.

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