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May 27, 2007

World's First Curved Wallet


Invented by Michael Lyons, it's called the Rogue Wallet™.

The back story (as it were): Lyons was told by his local chiropractor (in Maine, it would appear) that his severe lower back pain was caused in part by "sitting on a solid inch of plastic, leather and paper over the years."


He decided there had to be a better way.

And so inspiration came one day and after much beta testing the Rogue Wallet (above and below) was born.


The curve lets the one-quarter inch thick leather wallet nestle comfortably in your front pocket if that's where you carry.



Tell Michael I sent you — everyone can use a laugh now and then.

May 27, 2007 at 06:01 PM | Permalink


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Also known as the "Are You Happy to See Me or Is That A Rogue in Your Pocket" wallet.

Whenever I've carry my wallet in a front pocket it gets pinched between my thigh and hip when I sit down. Besides, without a wallet in my back pocket, I'm left with a crater in my right buttock, and I list to starboard.

Posted by: Al Christensen | May 28, 2007 8:08:57 AM

I don't get it. I've carried my wallet in my front pocket my entire life and I've never felt a problem with it. Or if I'm wearing a suit, in my left inner pocket.

The chunky wallet on the bottom is just that -- chunky. You don't need a hundred things in it. A normal bifold wallet can be just as thin IF YOU CLEAN IT OUT.

At the same time, this does illustrate the idiocy of putting a wallet in your back pocket just because dear ol' dad did so...I kinda like the fact that someone needs treatment because they never figured out that if you are going to purposely lopside your body for years. Maybe I'll figure out how to invent something for my face after I stick my fingers up my nose one too many times...what could it be? What paradigm will it break? Will I be considered a wacko? Nah...I'll just stop sticking my fingers up my nose.

Posted by: clifyt | May 27, 2007 7:13:52 PM

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