People are so excited about this wallet that it's become the biggest one in Kickstarter history

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TGT Tight WalletsTGT’s Americana Deluxe wallet is elasticated and conforms to carry as much, or as little, as needed.

For all their utility, most wallets are still too bulky for guys to comfortably and discreetly carry in their back pocket.

Enter the most successful wallet project in Kickstarter history and our pick for the best alternative to the traditional bifold: the TGT (pronounced “tight”) wallet.

Brooklyn designer Jack Sutter got the idea for the wallet from a friend who was using a rubber band from a broccoli stem to hold his cards and cash. It was perfect, simple, and small in his pocket. Likewise, TGT wallets offer comfort, lightness, and ample pocket space; and they afford guys the ability to leave unnecessary bags at home. They’re also handmade in the US by local craftsmen and artisans.

TGT wallets come in a variety of different colours; the Americana pictured here has red, white, and blue stripes and is a customer favourite. The Deluxe version of the Americana wallet retails for about $A58. Have a closer look below:

TGT produces customised yarns and elastics for its wallets on the East Coast of the US.

TGT Tight Wallets

About that leather: TGT conducted a global search of leather tanneries to find the finest, softest, and most elastic lambskin in the world.

TGT Tight Wallets

When packed with cards and cash, the wallet is still about as slim as an iPhone.

TGT Tight Wallets

Its simple construction eliminates bulk, fits everything you need, and slides effortlessly into your tightest pocket.

TGT Tight Wallets

It's one of the most practical and affordable wallets on the market.

TGT Tight Wallets

You can buy TGT's Americana Deluxe Wallet at AHAlife.

This article was originally published on 4/21/2016.

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