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Performing a "Wallet Audit"

Performing a "Wallet Audit"

by Mark Ward November 24, 2016

As we move into the buying season (which frankly is ALL the time) it’s time to lighten the load in our wallets and slim down to the most minimalist wallet contents to avoid fiddling around trying to find something while everyone waits for you in line.

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Common Wallet Types Infographic

by Mark Ward November 15, 2016

What are the most common types of men's wallets?  This infographic outlines what unique wallets are being used today.

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Tie Wallets = Sociological Archeology

Tie Wallets = Sociological Archeology

by Mark Ward November 10, 2016

Men and women seem to make a hobby out of evaluating and purchasing all kinds of wallets and purses.  It’s like we can never be satisfied with what we find.  There always has to be something better either in function, form, design or comparison.

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Brief History of Wallets Infographic

by Mark Ward November 05, 2016

Wallets are unique and have changed over time, see how this infographic shows the progression of unique wallet styles.

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How do we create Tie Wallets?

How do we create Tie Wallets?

by Mark Ward October 27, 2016

It’s arduous, but a labor of love.  There’s something cool about taking something that has been discarded and turning it into something useful, something beautiful and something worth keeping.

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History of why we carry wallets, sort of

History of why we carry wallets, sort of

by Mark Ward October 24, 2016

Wallets have been around since the Archaic period and have appeared in every civilization in one form or another since that time.  They evolved due to necessity.

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Fabric Tie Wallet Idea…who came first commercially?

Fabric Tie Wallet Idea…who came first commercially?

by Mark Ward October 19, 2016

As many of you who follow Narwhal’s success know, it’s that we started building wallets from vintage men’s polyester ties in early 2007 in Venice Beach, California. When we say we were the “original recycled tie accessory” we’re not kidding.

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