Does just like it says. I got the nylon one, and just like the gentleman in the previous review says, I have to keep checking that it is still there! Very comfortable for riding with, especially if you are getting rid of an old bulky leather job. Simple and effective. (Posted on 12/27/11)
Used only for a couple weeks and find the cards do not hold tightly in the 4 pockets. If you have less then 3 cards in a pocket they will fall out when you retreive from your pocket. I would not recommended this product. I am not commenting on the Leather one as this may be less prone to the loose pockets. (Posted on 12/13/11)
I've had 3 of these. The ripstop one didn't last as long as I'd like but have had 2 of the Executive leather ones and couldn't be happier. No bulge in my back pocket and easy to fish out. I am most happy with the leather Executive one. (Posted on 12/10/11)
Like the layout of the wallet. Bought the leather model.
Do not like the nylon on the inside. Would be much better if it was leather.. Would not buy another one, do not feel it is worth the money.
Nylon makes too much noise when opening and closing it. (Posted on 11/24/11)
It's amazing how thin this wallet is, even when loaded up with cards. (I haven't been able to load it with money because I don't have any, my kid keeps taking it.) At first the rip-stop nylon liner was sort of noisy but it's either become quieter with use or I have become accustomed to it. Either way, I absolutely love this wallet and highly recommend it. (Posted on 9/22/11)
Best wallet no if and or but with material wallet is made out of and credit card layout, very thin, leather is great has just enought grip to stay put in pocket, this is the wallet i will use from now on. (Posted on 9/16/11)
I have the Executive in rip-stop nylon. World's thinnest? No argument from me. Cards will fall from the pockets in not packed tightly so I keep all mine in the 2 pockets on one side. After a year or so of daily use mine is looking a bit ratty: card edges poking thru pocket corners, some frayed stitching, etc. BUT, it's still serviceable so I'll go on using it until it falls apart, if ever. I put it in a waterproof zip-loc type bag like kayakers use, and carry it in my RC or Darien chest pocket -- can barely tell it's there. (Posted on 6/17/11)