TGT elastic minimalist wallets had their start in a grocery store. Founder Jack Sutter noticed a friend using the rubber band from a bunch of broccoli as a wallet in an effort to reduce bulk in his jeans.
Jack, a designer, created TGT—an incredibly low-profile wallet that’s a (significant) sophisticated improvement. Each one is made by local artisans from durable elastic that’s sourced and custom designed on the East Coast. There is a tiny, attached pouch made of ultra-soft, premium leather.
Tuck your cards in the band, your bills in the pouch, and you’re ready to go. Since TGT has such a low profile, you can fit it in a back or front pocket and still have room.
As a fun side note, the packaging also started in a grocery store; one of Jack’s designer friends created the first prototype out of a cereal box.
TGT wallets won’t wear out your clothes like a bulky wallet can. They proved so popular on Kickstarter they became its most successful campaign for a wallet to date. They perfectly reflect TGT’s mission to “keep it simple, keep it tight.”