The Architect’s Wallet eliminates the multiple layers of paper-thin leather dividers of typical wallets, in favor of minimalism and usability. Instead of dozens of cute little slots, it incorporates a write-anywhere Fisher Space Pen in matte black, silver, or polished brass, and a take-anywhere extra small Moleskine Volant notebook (two included, purchase more on Amazon or at your local paper goods store) that is slightly larger than a credit card.
With space for three cards inside the notebook flap and five to ten in the thumb-slot pouch (tight fit at first, but the leather will stretch to fit over time), and space for some folded cash and receipts in either slot, the minimalist design will easily fit in the front pocket of all but the skinniest jeans, and the inherent stretch of the leather will conform to your pocket over time.
If you secretly want a purse in your pocket to carry around all of your club membership cards, Mr. Costanza, this is probably not the wallet for you.
If you appreciate the fact that this hand crafted, saddle-stitched piece of thick, rugged 5/6oz leather will very likely be the last wallet you ever have to purchase–in short, if you appreciate fewer high quality things, rather than more mediocre things–we guarantee that this will fit the bill(s).
Note: You should expect the notebook cover to get worn out if you don’t fill/swap it out quickly. If you would like to have a cover to protect the notebook from wear and tear, we suggest the Charette Wallet, a sister design to the Architect.
Available in an array of colors aside from those shown here. If you’d like a different color, you can just pick one of the options here and make a note in the ‘special instructions’ field with the color you’d like.
Dimensions: 87mm x 115mm (approximately 3-3/8″ x 4.5″)
When people talk about the way things “used to be made” they are talking about these products. Great stuff, real craftsmanship. Thanks!
Nice to have something to write notes in that also serves quite well as a wallet. Fits well in my back pocket (best if you position the pen to the outside of your hip). It looks good to boot! I think this will be a staple in my EDC for a long time to come. Keep up the great work FFF!
Only had it for a couple of weeks but I love it so far. I’m a general contractor and like having physical notes but didn’t want a big notebook on me at all times. Works perfectly, looks great.
Fantastic product, workmanship, customization AND all topped off with a personal handwritten note from the factory. Just awesome guys. Keep it up!
I am super happy about the item - I wanted a small thing and this is even smaller than I thought, so totally fits my idea. Materials, pen, notebook - all 10/10 could not change much :) The other thing is the delivery - my first order seems to be stolen on the porch, but FFF instantly replaced it no questions asked.
Customer service was great and the wallet came quick just as promised. My new husband loved the engravement - it was a perfect experience
If you can't leave the house without having a pen on you, this is your wallet.
My wallet game has been a constant progression since my first one. Long behind are the days of that loud, Velcro, anti-mating call sounding tri-fold. No more do I carry a wallet with a chain, for I do not carry in the back giving me hip dysplasia. I shan't ever revive the flashy Nixon bi-fold in an attempt to show off how edgy I am.
In all seriousness, this is probably the last wallet I will ever have. Not only does it have that premium build and feel, but the smell of quality leather is intoxicating. I detest taking notes on my phone, so the notebook and pen is a god send. Might I add the admiration you gain from whipping this bad boy out, like a full well groomed beard, this wallet shows confidence and commands respect. I have people compliment me on it almost every time I have to use it. I will also note that I might have been the first person to receive a modified new variant of the Architect, with two slots on the opposite side of the notebook, instead of the single side pocket. Get this one if you can, but don't ask for an ID window. If you do, then you must also need to cork the end of your forks for safety.
The only tips I would give is to carry the wallet in your front pocket (where it belongs), and to have the card slots face down. The notebook will wear slower if you don't have it against your leg. I will be buying future products from this guys. $1000 products for around $100, they're the pound for pound leather good making champs. Thanks FFF.