Sitting on a wallet the size of a brick can cause back pain. Wallets in the back pocket are also an easier target for pick-pockets. You can eliminate both risks by switching to the Rogue Wallet, a front-pocket wallet designed by a man with back problems. The Rogue wallet is shaped to fit into the front pocket lining. It has slots for three credit cards, with room for up to five more under the card section. There’s a clear pocket for your driver’s license or other picture ID. There is a full-length pocket for currency that can hold US and international bills. The Rogue wallet is available in a variety of designs and colors, including a couple for women. It’s available in a stainless-steel fabric option (shown) to protect your identity from RFID skimming. Rogue also sells an RFID protective shield the size and shape of a dollar bill to add to a regular Rogue wallet, or any wallet for that matter. Prices start at $30 for leather and a vegan option; the stainless wallet is $65; exotic leathers are $225. The RFID add-on shield is about $9.
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