A while back I bought myself a new RRL wallet. I even wrote a long winded piece about the emotional significance of switching out my old walled for the new RRL one. While I still stand by everything I mentioned in that post (even though I'm sure a bunch of people found, or will find, it silly or self-righteous), after sitting on that RRL joint for something like 9 months my spine could no longer take it - that shit was massive and I don't even carry that much crap. For someone who has always found minimalism appealing and scoffed at my friends for lugging bricks in their back pockets, I had become just another fool who was destroying his posture daily. So last week when I was in NYC I picked myself up a Jack Spade credit card wallet. It was the perfect size for a guy who only has two credit cards and looked cool enough for a purchase under 30 bones. As of writing this, it's currently on sale at the Jack Spade webstore (though not as cheap as it was in-store) and a good look if one of your ass cheeks needs to take a breather (uh, pause). And for anyone keeping score, the canvas is already aging pretty well thanks to the days where it seemed like a really good idea to wear jeans in the summer. This is nautical. This is canvas. This is painless.