July 15, 2011 :: Posted by - adm :: Category - Wallets
A wallet is really a small, pocket-sized case designed to carry cash, credit cards, ID cards, passport size photos, as well as small amount of change. Wallets are available in different shapes and sizes, can be folded or flat, can be made of leather or fabrics, can be designed to fit in pockets or handbags, and therefore are used by both women and men. Wallets, and particularly personalized wallets, may also be great gift items.
Here are a few of the common types of wallets:
Men’s Wallets: Bi-fold wallets: These are probably the most common wallets used by men. Bi-fold wallets fold in the centre into half, hence the name. They are able to comfortably hold currency notes, several credit cards, and driver’s license or any other ID cards. The currency notes, which are placed over the entire wallet, fold into half as well. With respect to the design, the loan cards can be placed vertically or horizontally. The best advantage of this sort of wallet is it isn’t too bulky, but simply lengthy enough to suit everything perfectly.
Tri-fold wallets: These look much like bi-fold wallets, except that they have two folds instead of one, each dividing the wallet to some third of its length. These wallets may also comfortably hold currency notes, credit cards, ID cards, and passport photos, albeit the credit cards can only go vertically. These are usually a little more bulkier than their bi-fold counterparts, but could accommodate much more stuff. Read more…