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Tyvek Mighty Wallets

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The Way The ThinkGeek Overlords Carry Their Money

  • Made from Tyvek, a nearly indestructable material
  • Look like a printout from a dot matrix printer
  • 2 generous card slots, plenty of room for cash, secret pocket

In the future, money will be merely bits flying through the ether - digital packets of purchasing potential. Paying for things will be just a matter of blinking and nodding. Until that day comes, however, we still have to carry around hunks of plastic and colorful bits of paper. While this is less than ideal, you can at least do so with maximum geek-factor, and infinite cool.

Made from tough Tyvek, the fibrous and nearly indestructible material FedEx packets are made from, these wallets have the appearance of paper, but with the strength of a superhero. Several styles to choose from - yours can look like a printout from a venerable 9-pin dot-matrix, blueprints from a starship, or include iconic superhero styles.

These wallets are folded origami style, into an incredibly strong, very functional, and totally geeky bi-fold wallet. It's sleek, smooth, and instantly identifiable. Heads will turn when you, in dramatic fashion, pull out your Dot Matrix, or Batman wallet and announce proudly to the waiter, "I got this." Of course you do.


Each wallet is blue and white, 3 3/8 inches wide by 10 inches long, open. It sports 2 generous card slots for your credit cards, gym membership card, driver's license, or video-game rental cards, plenty of room for cash and receipts and even hides a secret pocket on the side!

Note: Extremely clever monkeys out there may notice that the 3000 numbers printed on the suface of the Dot Matrix style wallet aren't really all that random, but bear a striking resemblance to a certain number pattern.

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