$170, at Hickoree's
Maxx & Unicorn started out as kind of a lark. Founder Nathan Gryszowka found an old wallet from the 1940s at an antique shop and was taken by its simple, yet innovative design. The bi-fold wallet was origami-like, so he decided to try his hand at making a version, crafted from a single piece of leather. The result is a ruggedly handsome line of wallets that'll please people who prefer clean lines but also have a rustic side. This particular one is made from hard-wearing shell cordovan, handmade in Brooklyn and finished off with embossing from a vintage hot-stamping machine. After a few months of wear, it'll definitely be uniquely yours. And like all Maxx & Unicorn products, it's guaranteed for life.