☰ Menu
FREE SHIPPING FOR ORDERS OVER $50
SHIPPING JUST $3.95!
service@bigskinny.com
617.500.6939

Wallets with Lanyards


Plus Sized Myphone Wallet with Wristlet
78 Reviews
$29.95
 Black PLUSBLACKPurple PLUSPURPLEGreen PLUSGREENCoral PLUSCORALGraphite Cobble PLUSGRCBLKey Lime PLUSKEYLIPLUM DOT PLUSPLUDOTCornflower Blue PLUSCRNBLOcean Blue PLUSOBLUELipstick Red PLUSLSRED
Wallet Strap
8 Reviews
$2.95
Cocktail Red WSRD3Smokey Teal WSTEA3Electric Purple WSPUR3Fuchsia WSFU3Tuxedo Black WSBK3Graphite WSGRAPOcean Blue WSOBLUVerdant Green WSGRN
How Wallets With Lanyards Work

Lanyards typically have a key ring or a fastening ring at the end of them where they hang down around the neck. Lanyards can be attached to virtually anything that has a key ring, a hole with thin edges or any kind of metal ring. To attach a wallet to a lanyard, simply thread the ring from the lanyard with the ring from the wallet.

The Next Best Thing: Wristlets

If having a wallet hanging around your neck seems like it would be a little too uncomfortable, go with a wallet that has a wristlet attachment. The effect is the same as the lanyard but the wallet will hang around your wrist instead. This can be a slightly safer option for anyone concerned about the lanyard getting caught on something due to the swinging of the wallet. With the wristlet, choking hazards are non-existent.

Some wallets come with permanently attached wristlets, while others have removable wristlets that can be changed out when they get worn down or for a different color. Big Skinny carries wristlets as a separate item that can be ordered on their own. Many of our wallets have the option of attaching a wristlet should you want one. Wristlets can easily turn a wallet into a clutch or small purse. This is a fantastic way to transform your wallet into something that is secure and portable for when you're in a rush.




Big Skinny Corp., 2004 - 2018. ™ © All Rights Reserved. Nothing on this website may be used or reproduced without permission from Big Skinny Corporation. Yes, our Harvard-trained lawyers are litigious-loving gunslingers so don't mess with Big Skinny.