While I still use my main wallet for many occasions, I prefer to put just a few essential cards and a bit of cash in my HuMn Carbon Fiber wallet for other times. The other day, I was lugging a bag full of heavy library books up the hill and really didn’t want to have to carry a purse with a full-sized wallet with me as well. I just grabbed my ID card and library card, this wallet and popped it in my pocket, making my way up to the library.
The problem with having large wallets is that there is a lot of room. That’s right. . .too much room for too much stuff! Every store on the planet pretty much has a loyalty card of some sort. Most of those places will let you use your phone number to get store points or whatever perks they normally offer – so you don’t really need to carry around all those cards!
This manly-looking Carbon Fiber wallet would make an excellent gift for Father’s Day. My dad likes to keep only a few cards and cash on hand at a time. He will never accept a store discount card, because he hates carrying them around. The Carbon Fiber HuMn Wallet 2 is classic-looking, simple, unexpected and sleek – just like my dad.
You can customize these HuMn Wallet 2 products by having 2 (or 3) differently coloured shields, and also changing up the colour of the elastic strap. I, personally, like the colour of the carbon fiber wallet with the brown strap best. I do like the matte finish of this wallet, and the texture from the carbon fiber material. For something a little different, check out my post on the HuMn Mini Wallet, which I received not long ago. The Mini Wallet is so perfect for a running or a quick jog to the corner store. I like the shiny look of the shields, and that there are so many different combinations possible with HuMn wallets generally. Although I am recommending the HuMn Carbon Fiber Wallet 2 for dads, they really are very pretty and practical at the same time – great for men and women. The Carbon Fiber Wallet 2 is $140 for 2 shields and the elastic strap.
I received the above mentioned wallet in order to write this feature. All opinions are 100% my own.